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Wii Fighting Stick

by Hori
Platform : Nintendo Wii
32 customer reviews

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  • *Turbo Function (20 times/second) - Turbo swith for all buttons (y, x, L, ZL, b, a, R, ZR)
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Officially Licensed by Nintendo. Digital Arcade style controller for Nintendo Wii! Compatible only with the game that are designed to be digital output. *Turbo Function (20 times/second) Turbo swith for all buttons (y, x, L, ZL, b, a, R, ZR) *Wirelessly attach to the port of the Wii remote.

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  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 12.5 x 4.5 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 6, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,210 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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89 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Jace A. Bartet on May 7, 2008
I have this funny feeling that a couple of the people who have given this product a negative review may work for a company that sells another Wii-compatible arcade stick (it seems strange that the only two reviews these people have published on Amazon ever are for the Hori Fighting Stick, which they give one star, and what I am assuming is their own product, which they give five stars), and I am writing this review primarily because of how much this bothers me.

By 2008, I think it is reasonable for Hori and Nintendo (who have emblazoned this product with their official Seal of Quality) to assume that anyone who is serious enough a gamer to consider paying $40+ for a controller will probably know the difference between digital and analog inputs. If you've ever played an N64, Gamecube or PS2 game, you know this difference innately. Granted, the Amazon product page for this item is sorely lacking any specific information, but luckily for internet users Amazon isn't the only website in existence. I bought this from a brick & mortar game store, and nowhere on the box was I led to believe that this would be compatible with Super Smash Bros. Brawl (contrary to one of the negative reviews on this page). In fact, using the magic of the internet, I researched the product for about five minutes before I went out to buy it and discovered that it would definitely not be compatible with Brawl, and the reason why: the stick uses digital inputs (with 8 points as on classic arcade machines and d-pad consoles) rather than the velocity-sensitive 360-degree analog input that most games of the past 2 generations of console gaming have used.

This is an old school arcade stick for old school shooting games and fighting games.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Michael Monaco on December 10, 2007
This is an incredible accessory for the Wii. It is a must if you are downloading VC titles that are arcade based or inspired. This contains all of the buttons from the Wii Classic Controller, save for the right analog stick. This is ideally suited for games that began their lives in the arcade such as Pac Man, Galaga, Street Fighter, and Donkey Kong. I've played some other games as well, such as Super Mario Bros with this controller, and while not ideal, it is serviceable. I've played Galaga '90, downloaded from the Virtual Console with this joystick and it is amazing. This product is ideal for games where a lot of button tapping is required. Also, it resembles the original Neo Geo controller, so any titles that you download from that system on the VC is perfectly suited for this product. This is a large, heavy controller. You need to rest it on your lap or a table top to use it. The joystick feels good and solid and the buttons feel just like their arcade counterparts. The controller connects into a Wii Remote Controller, just like a Wii Nunchuk Controller or Classic Controller. If you want to play arcade games with the controls they were meant to have, this is what you need. You definitely get your money's worth with this one.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Benpachi on March 17, 2009
First of all I will address the ridiculous criticism that has been going around about this arcade stick. This does not advertise that it's compatible with Super Smash Bros Brawl anywhere, it clearly says that it is for digital output only and will not work with analog games. Anyone that knows about arcade sticks will not be shocked by this, all arcade sticks are 8 direction digital sticks, hence the oh so satisfying clicking when you move the stick. Brawl is not the type of game these controllers are for anyway. This lovely gem is built specifically for arcade fighting games...hence the name "Wii FIGHTING Stick". I have been playing Guilty Gear XX Accent Core, King of Fighters collection and SNK arcade classics with this controller for some time and I can honestly tell you that it's a waste of time to use any other controller for those games. With the Samurai Shodown Anthology (YES!!!) and Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus on the horizon you have 2 more reasons to own this. Virtual Console games are pretty much all compatible with this stick, Street Fighter 2 anyone??? This stick is worth the price, it is built with care and precision (unlike some other arcade sticks out there...), better than just about anything else associated with the Wii. HORI manufactures the arcade sticks for actual arcade cabinets and that's pretty much what you get here. In short, if you are a Wii owner that enjoys 2D fighters then you owe it to yourself to own one of these, if not it's probably not for you.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JDMS on November 17, 2008
I got this for one reason only - to be able to play the Neo*Geo fighters available on the virtual console, like I remember playing them back in the arcade.

The joystick is heavy enough I didn't have to worry about it moving when I played.
I can play Neo*Geo fighters now (with the normal wiimote turned sideways, the button configuration rendered some fighting games unplayable).
The joystick is responsive and feels like playing in the arcade.

None of these are deal breakers, just minor gripes.
I wish I could assign buttons. Neo Geo's were set up four buttons across. Playing World Heroes, you use two buttons on the bottom row (punch and kick), and one button on the top row (throw) instead of 3 buttons across.
The microswitches are fairly loud.

Random side note - The turbo worked incredibly well on World Heroes, but didn't work as well on the vertical shooter Dragon Spirit. Not a big deal to me though, as I don't plan on using the turbo switches that often.

Now I need to go download Samuari Showdown.
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