Summary: Pros The stick is stick made with good quality materials, is very responsive and is very easy to mod. Cons First the art is very awful, the buttons feel good but not the best, the joystick is 4 way, and is very hard use if is your first stick. It is a very good stick is awesome i recomend 100%, very fast shipping, not the best but do the work.
Incredibly good budget stick with amazing mod capacity!
SakuyaP "#iDOLSPORTS", Amazon
22 October 2013
Summary: If it wasn't for the smaller form factor, this would have gotten a 5. First off, the entire stick is weighty enough for it to stay still when placed on your lap or a hard surface. For such a small stick, this is a must, and MadCatz got it right. The stock joystick and buttons were very responsive, albeit a bit too sensitive for my tastes. Playing KOFXIII, there's a lot of accidental HD activations caused by just lightly brushing B and C (I use NeoGeo layout).
Summary: The WWE All Stars Brawl Stick is a great stick for beginners and also a great platform for modifications. I hate the artwork that came on the stick but, that was easily fixed by creating a lami label at the local copy store. The buttons also suck. They're supposed to be the same as Sanwa but, feel lighter and kind of crappy.
Summary: This is really one of those items that you buy after reading an article that told you how much of a fool you would be to pass it up. And that article is right. This is the perfect entry-level Stick and it can be upgraded to compete with Sticks three to four times as expensive. As a side note, this also works on a PC without any need to install special software.
Summary: This is a great buy for people who do not know if they want to spend a lot of money on an expensive stick yet. I already had a Madcatz TE (BlazBlue) and a Eightarc Fusion, but I bought this so I could mod the buttons, stick, and art and let guests use it if they want to. It was easy to mod and is actually a great stick once modded. The factory stick had dead zones.