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PS3 Fighting Commander 3 Pro

by Hori
Platform : PlayStation 3
62 customer reviews

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  • Officially licensed by SCEA
  • Pad style controller for fighting, action, shooting genres
  • Turbo function included / stick control toggle switch
  • D-pad angle can be adjusted up to 20 degrees
  • D-pad stroke can be adjusted in 3 settings
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Product Description

Offically licensed by SCEA. This is the all new Fighting Commander 3 digital pad controller from HORI. It has new features that cater to the comfort of all fighting game players such as the adjustable direction pad and adjustable input range. Additional features include a LR button toggle switch 6 button layout, new grip design, and turbo function.


Product Details

  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0057WDD6O
  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 2.3 x 4.1 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 26, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,226 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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120 of 123 people found the following review helpful By The Matrix Fan VINE VOICE on October 23, 2011
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Length: 9:42 Mins
In this video review, I go over the following features of this controller:

(1) Button Layout
(2) Cord length
(3) Angle Adjustment
(4) Adjust Input Range
(5) R-L and L-R switching
(6) Turbo mode
(7) Directional Pad Toggle Switch

I've also uploaded some screenshots of the instruction manual to the "Customer Images" section.

Enjoy!
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Fungus on September 24, 2011
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Previous reviews are making note that adjusting the "stiffness" setting doesn't seem to change the feeling of the D-pad that much. That's because that's not what it does. Nowhere on the box nor the manual says it's supposed to do that. The dial setting is marked "S" for "narrow", "*" for "normal", and "L" for "wide". I guess you could say "S" stands for stiff and "L" for loose, but it's nowhere stated as such.

What that "S, *, L" setting does do is adjust the range that the D-pad accepts a diagonal input. I set mine on "L" which is wide. It keeps me from accidentally sending fireballs when I really want to do a dragon-punch.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By zeb on August 28, 2011
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A very good fighting pad compared to the standard dual shock controller with a few flaws. After spending over a dozen hours I can safely give a preliminary analysis of this product. Firstly, I had pre-ordered this item nearly a month ago and with Amazon Prime, I received this pad late afternoon on friday the 26th so 5 amazonian stars to Amazon. After I opened this pad from its plastic rectangular box, I immediately plugged it into my system and started up SSF4AE went into training mode and practiced for a few hours, of course taking a break here and there. But before practicing with the pad I fiddled around with some of the options until I found my comfort zone and that took only a few minutes.

I didn't care for the turbo function nor the turbo speed level which I'm sure works fine and dandy for side scrolling shooters. I also left the switch on "DP" (digital pad) because I would mainly use this pad for fighting games although every game out there would work fine with this pad. So now, it was time to change the angle of the "DP" so I turned the dial to the right inorder to "free" the DP and went all the way to 20 degrees, 10, and finally 0. I found my sweet spot at 10 degrees to the right and locked the DP by dialing left until tightened. Lastly, I turned the pad over and there was another switch to tighten or loosen the pad for diagonal movements but unfortunately there was little difference between the settings and left it on "L" (loose) which still felt tight and rigid. And that would be the main flaw of this controller is that the DP is still inferior as far as the feel and execution compared to the Madcatz "floating" DP which I own as well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By PooCHE on December 1, 2011
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To me this controller was the perfect controller for fighting games, especially if you wanted to take your high competitive gaming to the next level. I bought this controller because the regular ps3 dual shock 3 increased the inflammation on my thumb from putting too much pressure on it. Most people mess up their fingers by typing too much but for me it is my thumb, moving your thumb around so much to do ground and aerial combos by pressing in somewhat a circular motion on all 4 buttons really worked up my right thumb while using the traditional ps3 controller. It was very painful not only for my thumb but because i couldn't play to my full potential while enduring the pain which got really discouraged. I wasn't really into competitive play until the release of marvel vs Capcom 3, which was why I had to buy this gamepad because I haven't gotten used to the my marvel vs Capcom 3 fight stick yet. You see, I've been a paraplegic for a year now and I find very challenging to play fighting games at a high level in this condition. I try to find my comfort zone by playing in different positions since I'm paralyzed from my stomach down and see that I play best sitting up but because I'm not able to stand like everyone else I have to lay in different positions to protect my skin from sitting too much. That's the reason why this controller was perfect for me, so I can play at a high level while even laying in bed and the design of controller is like a fighting stick with the six button layout and d-pad instead of joystick to use as type -b in settings. After using this this fight pad the pain my thumb went away and I was getting down all hardcore execution combos down (ESP with Dante in mvc3).Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mysti VINE VOICE on April 26, 2012
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This is a great controller for gamers who want a more classic feel for their fighting games. Coming from the days of Street Fighter Arcade, it was hard to make the transition from large buttons and a joystick to a d-pad and thumb buttons, and holding a ps2-ps3 controller in one hand was difficult. This controller's unique design allows players to hold the left side of the controller tightly and use index and middle fingers to press the buttons. The controller feels well made and solid and the buttons are really satisfying to press. The buttons are large and make a solid clunk when pressed, like miniature arcade buttons. Another unique feature is the rotating/angling d-pad. Although I never found a need to rotate it, I'm sure that super serious fighters will swear that it makes all the difference. From the picture it was clear that this was missing the digital (wobble) sticks from the standard PS3 controller. I thought that this could make navigating menus between fights cumbersome or all together impossible. The manufacturer of this controller over came this with a switch in the middle that allows you to turn the d-pad into the left or right digital stick, an awesome idea. Although you still have to flip the switch, it is much quicker than picking up your standard controller. This is a corded controller but the cord is so long I rarely notice it. This controller also has a turbo feature, which although not really useful for me in fighters, was kinda handy in mmorpgs where you may need to press a button a few thousand times,(ahem..DCUO).
The only downside I have experienced with this controller is when you dominate your friends in Tekken Hybrid or Soul Caliber, they sometimes blame your "special" controller.
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