Manette Real Arcade Fighting Stick Pro pour PS4
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- Plate-forme: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3
- Classification PEGI : 3 ans et plus
- Support : Jeu vidéo
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Le stick arcade officiel PS4 pour tous les jeux de combat sur PS4. Un joystick hayabusa fabriqué par Hori pour pouvoir entrer des combos à un niveau professionnel.
8 boutons principaux et des boutons fonctions sur le côté du stick arcade. Rétro compatible avec la PS3 pour tous les jeux PS3.
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The new RAP V4 is heavier than previous iterations, i love the hayabusa stick and the kuro buttons do the job, i still dont know if i like them less or more than the classic sanwa, but hey! i can tell u that they feel great.
So instead of spending 200 bucks in a TE2, dont think it twice and go ahead, this lil guy is worth very penny, and my Chipp Zanuff is going to be happy to have me back in HD!!!
yes, i love GG
On PS3 the F-Mode turns your start button into a select button which is neat. My only gripe is that it doesn't shut off the Button on PS4 nor the Share button. There also isn't any select button to press especially for games where you're sitting in training mode to reset positions. Guilty Gear luckily can be reset using the L3 and R3 buttons, yet I find myself tapping the Share button a lot and that gets bothersome. You could switch the L1 and L2 buttons to change into L3 and R3 as a simple fix. Also there's nothing for the touch pad which is technically your select button on PS4.
Though Hori is releasing a Dead or Alive stick for the PS4 that will have a touch pad and removable analogs. If you're debating about this one, wait till that one is released.
Easy switch to switch between ps3 and ps4.
Standard artwork gives it a nice simple/sleek design.
Not going to break easily.
Fight Stick itself is good. Noticeable difference between the hayabusa and the standard JLF. Both joysticks are great and basically boils down to preference. The Hayabusa joystick is very fast and responsive.
Easy Mod for Joystick replacement or sanwa button swapping. Sanwa buttons snap right in.
Cons: My only real complaint are the Kuro buttons. They are not as bad as the old SE fight stick that was sold by MadCatz, but they tend to stick every now and again.
Overall Thoughts: My advice would be to buy the Hayabusa, and swap the buttons with 30mm Sanwa buttons. You can get just the buttons from websites like FocusAttack.com and ArcadeShock.com both websites are great and have fast shipping on items. I think one of them offers free shipping if you just get 6 buttons, not sure which.
Either way you'll be spending $150 for the stick plus maybe 16 bucks on buttons and still are able to make out with an amazing fightstick and still about $20-$30 than the madcatz PS4 alternative.
The stick and button presses are very precise, at least it seems that way. I'm of very average skill at fighters and wanted something that would let me pull off quarter and half circle motions better than a d-pad, and this stick delivers. My success rate with such moves skyrocketed immediately. The buttons are spaced well and very comfortable. This is the first time I've ever had a gated stick, this one being a square gate (there's a slight sensation when rotating across the diagonal corners as well as a clicking noise which the game sound mostly drowns out). Thankfully the stick is very quick to return to center on release, so double tapping a direction to dash or dodge is much smoother than I anticipated.
This stick isn't going to turn a bad player into a great one, but it definitely reduces the frequency of blown special attacks. It has the old school arcade feel with the convenience of reassigning buttons, turbo, and a sturdy, quality build. I expect it to last as long as my PS4 does and it makes me eager to take on more fighting games.