Hori (Ps4/ps3 Correspondence) Real Arcade Controller Pro.v5 Silent [PlayStation 4]
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- Plate-forme: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3
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Out of these sticks, I liked the Hori Real Arcade Pro stick the best because I modified it using Sanwa buttons, a Seimitsu spring, a octagon gate, and a bat tip (which I reverted back to ball tip). The second controller would be the Hori Ultimate Marvel because it still included the Sanwa buttons. The Mad Catz controller just clunked out on me so I can't say much about this stick. I been to Evo 2k10 and I was able to do pretty well with my best stick so I do have a great deal of experience with joysticks
The number one issue I have always had with all of these sticks was the clicking of the microswitches when you move the joystick. In my youth, joysticks never clicked, it just has a cheap feel to me. I kind of accepted that microswitches was the in thing of today for joysticks and this is where the Hayabusa controller came in.
Before buying this stick, I was on the fence of first deciding to buy a new stick altogether, and if I did, which one would be the stick to get. I was comparing the Hori Kai, Hori Hayabusa, and the Mad Katz PS4 stick. Mad Katz sticks with the Sanwa buttons I am accustomed to but Hori decides to do something different by developing their own buttons called "kuro". I went to various forums trying to see how people viewed these new buttons and I understand that Sanwa and Seimitsu has been the button of choice for many years without any real reason to improve them. Hori did some work to try to develop a new button and this has been added into this controller. I came across some reviews however of people saying that the buttons squeaks if not pressed in the direct center of the button so I was nervous about this. So while deciding and comparing, I accidently stumbled on this version called the Hayabusa Silent.
What this controller does is add extra parts to the buttons to make the buttons completely silent. But the game changer for me as I was mentioning earlier was the joystick itself. This joystick is a completely different design on the inside from the other Hori and Mad Katz controllers as it uses a optical joystick. That means there is no clicking involved at all in this joystick. Amazingly, I felt very comfortable with the square gate installed in this also. I did some rounds playing KoF using Omega Rugal and I was able to consistently do all of this combos. This controller felt more natural than even my original best controller. It didn't feel as loose to me as my Hori Ultimate Marvel stick which I never modified. It bought me back to the days of when I use to play in the original arcades.
The buttons also felt very good. It was a little stiffer than the Sanwa but I liked it like this. I read that the kuro buttons are supposed to be 60% more durable than Sanwa so I'm hoping this be true. In my original Hori, my jab Sanwa button lost some of it's responsiveness playing Street Fighter IV so I often lose to tech throws so hopefully this will be durable for Street Fighter V as they claim. Also, these buttons are also completely silent. I could be playing at night and nothing at all could be heard unless I of course hit the buttons hard, but that's the sound of my hand hitting any object. This is perfect for couples if a person is trying to sleep while the other person uses headphones.
I was thinking about being a pad player in the PS4 generation, but this completely changes my position of even testing that theory. I'm happy with my purchase and hope Hori continue to stay a quality company.
-Very clean design
-High quality parts
-Ps4 touch pad
-Buttons are pretty silent and shorter than the standard sanwa buttons. still very responsive on inputs.
-There is a sever lack of customizability
-art is not easy to swap
-Cord is not removable.
-** BIG PROBLEM** The square gate is not rounded on the edges. This is a big problem when playing characters with quarter circle moves. It often inputs a forward movement or traps you in a down/back input. After realizing this problem, I had to adjust my my inputs and sweet spot the quarter circle motion. IF YOU'VE USED A MADCATZ FIGHT STICK BEFORE, THIS IS GOING TO BE A PROBLEM.
-no grip pad beneath the stick, can cause slip. I had to buy a stick foam sheet from the arts and crafts store for it to be stable on my lap.
Overall, It is a great fight stick if you want something that will do it's job. If you are seeking more out of your fight stick I would suggest the MADCATZ TEII+
After more than a month of use, I still hold the same sentiments as I did when I originally wrote this review. The Kuro buttons require a little more pressure to engage than Sanwa, while the optical Hayabusa joystick feels eerily similar to Sanwa JLF with a slightly quicker engage. I have various arcade sticks with Sanwa and Seimitsu parts, and this V5 Hayabusa is a worth equal. Actually, since the stick is optical, it won't wear out until the PlayStation 6 comes out.
The chassis is made of hard sturdy plastic which ends up making the stick quite light. I could see some people who play with their stick vigorously have slipping issues although i have had none. The stick worked right out of the box with my pc and Windows 10. The most important decision would be if you like a looser stick. If possible play on a fightstick with a Sanwa installed and try to imagine it a little bit looser. Overall i am very happy with my purchase.