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#2Ultimate_UmbreoPosted 10/15/2013 3:51:26 PM
I think the Hori Fightstick Mini3 works on PC. Only 40-50 bucks for it. Kinda small and light, obviously, but great build quality for the price. --- NNID: Soviet_Snorlax PSN: SovietSnorlax Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/ultimate_umbreon
#3KenimaticPosted 10/15/2013 3:54:25 PM
#430aught6Posted 10/15/2013 3:58:02 PM
What is your budget? If your budget is low: Hori Fighting Stick V3, you might need to dl some drivers for it.
Don't know if you'll be able to find one with Sanwa / Seimitsu parts for under $100; haven't been in the market for one in ages. --- | i7-3930K | MSI Big Bang-XPower II | GTX 680 4GB X2 | CORSAIR DDR3 32GB | Thermaltake TP Grand 1200W | Seagate 240GB SSD | WD Black 4TB | Fractal Define XLR2 |
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#6GunSlinger092Posted 10/15/2013 4:13:39 PM
I use a modded PS3 Mad Catz Brawlstick. (Yup, the WWE one.) If you're not planning on changing the stick or the buttons, then it's a good arcade stick. The stock parts are actually decent. You can also replace the artwork if you want to. I play SSFIV:AE and Melty Blood on the PC using this stick, and I didn't need to download or install any kind of drivers.
I got it for $45, but I ended up spending at least $90 anyway, because I replaced the stick and buttons with white Sanwa ones.
#7RapierLordPosted 10/15/2013 4:15:31 PM
You should bump your budget up to $100, more and better option. A good one will cost you 150, however.
The Madcatz fightsticks are great buys if you want Sanwa parts built in. There have been various editions including Street Fighter 4, Blazblue, and Soul Calibur V. I have the Blazblue one myself. IIRC, the only difference between these sticks are the graphics on them so feel free to buy whatever is cheaper if you don't care or plan to modify it yourself.
Otherwise you could buy a cheaper stick and then modify the parts as you please. --- "Jack Tretton, chief executive of Sony Computer Entertainment America, says he is pleased to see so many unsold PS3s sitting on shelves." -IGN