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Sony PS3 Street Fighter IV FightStick

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
68 customer reviews

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PlayStation 3
Standard
  • Japanese-style joystick & buttons
  • 8-button layout with additional multi-speed Turbo functionality
  • Genuine arcade layout
  • Wired Cable - 4 M (13 FT) length
  • Connect to console via USB
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Product Description

Platform:PlayStation 3  |  Edition:Standard

The official Street Fighter IV FightStick controller for the Sony PS3 was designed for fighting game fans to recreate the quality, gameplay and precision found in arcades. Using an arcade-style joystick and 30mm quick connect buttons along with realistic spacing and an eight-button layout, the Street Fighter IV FightStick brings the arcade experience right into your home. With separate turbo settings for each button and great ergonomics, prepare yourself for hours of competition, no quarters necessary.


Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001M22WLU
  • Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 10.5 x 6.1 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 20, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,806 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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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By snkcube on October 18, 2009
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
The stick used for this is trash. The first day I received this, the stick was already faulty because the stick was not able to register a few motions. It turns out the stick is actually a Sanwa knockoff and it shows by its poor quality. I was forced to replace the stick with a Sanwa one, which was something I was already planning on doing. The buttons on the fightstick is mostly good, except after using it for over a month, my roundhouse button has started to act up. It will mostly register the action, but once in a while, it will not. Like the stick, I will be replacing the buttons with Sanwa parts really soon.

Other than those two problems, the fightstick itself is fine. It is small and portable and it feels nice using it. The layout of the buttons is great and the spacing between the stick and buttons is great too. The fightstick is also very easy to mod so you can easily swap out the stick, buttons or the artwork without any problem.

My recommendation is if you have the money for the TE fightstick, then go for it. If not, then this is a decent alternative with a few problems.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By arcanealtruist on May 23, 2009
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
I've been playing with the SE fightstick for about a month now, with at least one hour of use every day. Thankfully I didn't have the loose washer issue (first thing I did was listen very carefully as I moved the stick around -- I thought it would be okay if I didn't hear any scraping/scratching noises, as I assumed the later units should not have such a big problem).

This is my first stick, so I'm no expert on them, and as such I think this is a great stick. Buttons are sensitive, the stick works well (once you get used to the square gate), and it's a nice weight so that I can set it on a chair or on my lap unsecured and it won't move too much, or at all.

After a month of use I'm beginning to suspect that some of the buttons will begin sticking, but I was aware this might happen as they're not Sanwa parts. If it becomes big enough of a problem I'll order replacement parts and swap buttons, which seems easy enough to do. After I do that I don't think I'll have any further reasons to complain.

All in all, this is a bit more expensive than I would expect for an arcade stick (by $15-$20) that doesn't have premium arcade parts and seems designed as a starting point for modification. All indications point to a product out-of-the-box that has a limited life before it starts having issues (though online discussion is going to be biased towards those who have problems). With that being said, I'm not unhappy with my purchase at all, and neither are the dopamine receptors in my brain every time I get my hands on this thing. (Now if only I could find some opponents online with whom I match up well...)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By B. Kessler on February 1, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
This is the second stick I've got, but both of the ones I own I received in January, so I can't help but compare the SF4 stick to the PS3 Fighting Stick 3. The differences between the two are pretty drastic - the Hori stick was a really good first choice for me because it has stock parts that are decent for first-timers and really got me into playing fighting games again, but because it requires soldering and dremels to properly mod, and because its case is just too small to easily fit Sanwa's JLF and Seimitsu's LS sticks, I didn't feel comfortable opening it up.

I got the SF4 stick and immediately fell in love with the case - the pictures online don't do it justice. Maybe it's because I was playing with the FS3 for so long and its sticker was starting to bubble and it is lightweight and thin, but the SF4 stick has good weight to it and the art, aside from looking good, really feels like it's protected well from oil and grime from your hands. However, even though I only just ordered it last week, THE WASHER PROBLEM DOES STILL EXIST. While MadCatz may have fixed the problem in sticks just produced, there's no guarantee that your fight stick won't be one that was on the shelf for months with a faulty washer.

Luckily it's a great stick for modding. I just completed my first ever mod tonight using a Sanwa JLF and OBSN-30 buttons. Unlike the FS3, which has a huge PCB with the buttons directly soldered to it, the buttons in the SF4 stick have quick disconnects and are easily accessed as soon as you open the stick. It's a quick change for the buttons and if you use the proper JLF stick, even quicker there.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. Silverio on June 9, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
I bought this joystick originally for SSF4 for PS3. Now I am also using it for my PC playing SF4(you need VIA usb chipset in order for this to work). I am light with the buttons & stick. I never bang the joystick. I see a lot of complains regarding stick & buttons not working after so much hours of play. A lot of them say save your money for Tournament Edition that cost $137.67. BTW I bought this joystick for $55 shipped. Original SANWA buttons snap-on no screws is less than $3 each X 8 = 24, SANWA joystick replacement cost from $20 to $40. After all the replacement cost still does not add up to $137 for having original arcade buttons & stick. Bottom line you are buying this stick for the nice housing & replacing the buttons & stick eventually. If you are like me & do not have the $137 to shell out right away & planning to replace the parts anyway then this is the JOYSTICK for you.
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