Mad Catz Street Fighter IV FightStick Tournament Edition (PS3)

Features:

  • Street Fighter IV themed artwork
  • Exact same layout and spacing as the official Street Fighter IV arcade cabinet (Vewlix)
  • Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK-W arcade stick
  • Sanwa OBSF-30-W buttons
  • Sanwa OBSF-24-W buttons (Start & Select)
  • Control module panel enables turbo functionality and a lock/unlock switch to prevent accidental use of turbo settings or unintentional push of home button
  • Stick lever can be set as digital, left analog, or right analog
  • Cable storage for 4M (13 feet) cable
  • Mounting holes on bottom metal panel to mount to table/desk
  • Quick disconnects on wiring for buttons
  • USB wired for PC and PS3 compatibility
  • PS/Home Button XMB(Cross Media Bar) navigation
  • Button layout:

[] /\ R1 L1
X O R2 L2

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11 Responses to Mad Catz Street Fighter IV FightStick Tournament Edition (PS3)

  1. vito says:

    FRIST! THE BEST ARCADE STICK !!!!!

  2. MYK says:

    I make love to this stick every night :)

  3. wolfy says:

    One IMPORTANT precision :

    “USB wired for PC and PS3 compatibility” : if your motherboard isn’t equipped with INTEL chipset for the USB handling… It won’t work properly on your computer !!
    Thanks Madcatz ! thumb DOWN for this version :-(

  4. qbert3 says:

    Finally got the stick, they have it on newegg!

  5. Raijin says:

    i pre-ordered it. dunno where to get it these days ^^. and yeah its pretty rawr

  6. Jack Daniels says:

    Hello Markman!

    Greetings from Norway! Your site is very popular here among some hardcore Tekkies!

    Any-hoo, Now that Tekken 6 is coming out I wanted to buy a stick. I was wondering if you would recommend this stick over Hori Real Arcade PRO 3 SA?

    I have a PS3 and I can get both sticks brand new. Amazon is selling the SFIV TE for only 99 GBP and the HRAP3 SA costs about 129 GBP.

    Money is not an issue, I want the best stick availeble. Both stick use Sanwa parts on both the stick and the buttons so I am confused and don’t no which to choose.

    And also, what aboud the wireless stick by Hori that is bundling with Tekken 6? Do you reccomend that one. It’s the only wireless stick I’ve ever heard about.

    Thanks for your time and effort in advance if you answer!

    Sincerely
    JD

    • MyOwnWorstEnemy says:

      hrap3 sa is compatible with ps2 games. while sf4 te has a weightier more solid build apparently but not b/c with ps2 games.

      the bundled stick is only hori parts and needs AA batteries iirc.

    • seqo says:

      JackDaniels, Hi, I´m from Portugal and I buy a TE from amazon, I have the Hrap3 too moded with sanwa buttons and I prefered the TE, the TE it´s the most identical stick we have compared to the arcade cabinets, I´d love the Virtua stick high grade too……….

  7. ohthatdang says:

    actually i looked into the hrap stick they had for the tekken 6 bundle already and if you say that you want the best stick, well available in those 3 choices than i suggest not getting the bundled stick. The TE madcatz version and the HOri sa version both have sanwa parts whereas the wireless one that comes in the bundle is only sanwa stick? or was it buttons? either way one is missing =D

    i hope that helps in your decision a little
    i myself am going for the
    HRAP3 – SA

  8. Xotang says:

    If you want to use a joystick with a PC i suggest you get a Hori Real Arcade Pro 3 instead.

    The Hori one works with ANY pc – this one does NOT. (Version 2 has the same problem.) So be prepared to buy a new USB card.

    Furthermore the Hori one has two more buttons, which is great for navigating in Mame.

    As for playing on xbox/PS3 this one is great, but not THAT much better than the Hori.

    In one word: Overhyped.
    3 stars out of 5

  9. MIKEROSS says:

    hello markman i wish i could murder you. your stick designs are crap. sign as many japanese as you want. im taking them down.

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