Mayflash PS2 PS3 PC USB Universal Arcade Fighting Stick
|Operating System||PlayStation 3|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.84 x 9.84 x 1.97 inches|
About this item
- Compatible with PS2, PS3, and PC USB.
- The lever and buttons are designed and placed on same layout as the arcade style.
- Turbo function with different speed settings you can toy with.
- Supports button re-mapping and Macro functions.
- The Fighting Stick has considerable heft and rubber feet, both of which work to hold the controller firmly in place on hard, flat surfaces
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PS2 Plug the Fighting Stick to your PS2 console, then play PS3 Just plug the USB port of Fighting Stick to PS3 console, then play GC/Wii Plug the Fighting Stick to your GC or Wii console through Mayflash GameCube Joy Box, then play. (GameCube JoyBox is a PS/PS2 compatible controller adapter for GC.Mayflash GameCube Joy Box sold separately.) XBOX 360 Plug the Fighting Stick to your XBOX 360 console through Mayflash Max Shooter for XBOX 360, then play. (Max Shooter for XBOX 360 is a PS2 compatible controller adapter for XBOX 360, and also allows you to use a keyboard and mouse on your XBOX 360. Mayflash Max Shooter for XBOX 360 sold separately.) (Get more details from the User Manual used with PC) Warning--- 1. It’s definitely FORBIDDENED to plug the USB and PS2 port to your consoles at the same time! 2. Please DO NOT plug the USB port to your PS2 console.
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Quick Update: Ordered a second one as a backup. That should tell you something.
The reason: You can tell they went out of their way to try to please everyone, even if they didn't use top of the line parts. The buttons may not be sanwa 30mm, but they feel like it. even if they are bottoming out on a capacitive array rather than a contact point. The joystick is not sanwa, but has some things going for it.
1) they added an oversized actuator so the tilt of the stick is only about 15 degrees rather than the 30 on a stock sanwa jlf. This is great for all games.
2) The spring effort is also almost identical.
3) While the plat on the bottom isn't octogonal, because the actuator is oversized, it's a little easier to nail diagonals.
If I could figure out how to get a shorter shaft then add a 45mm balltop, I might keep the joystick stock.
My main issues with this were the joystick and getting it recognized on various systems. The joystick's neutral position is loose to the point of being wobbly and it sometimes has trouble now picking up a down-forward (3) diagonal. I've only had it for 2-3 months and it's already starting to become difficult to play with because of this.
The controller gets recognized pretty easily on PS2 and PS3 but you have to install firmware when you want to plug into PC. This is a fairly annoying issue especially if you try to take it to a local meet up.
Long story short, I'd strongly advise against this stick unless you are only looking to play something casually on a PS2. The F300 is a far superior product and only costs about 10-20 bucks more.
Just plug and play it without the disk's autofire feature and it becomes one of the BEST arcade sticks I've ever seen. You could fight off a bear, Use it as a bulletproof shield, drop a bomb on it and it would still play a mean game of Street Fighter.
The stick is responsive, The buttons are standard and perfectly spaced. It's an amazing value for the money, but FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DO NOT USE THE INSTALL DISK. I still can not uninstall the plugins it has used to damage my computer. It's kind of like a virus. It turns every single controller's config screen into "2In1Joystick", so if you try to configure a game, it might read your PS3's D-pad as a stick, or not at all. Otherwise, the stick would have been 5/5 but because of all the problems it's caused me, I'm reluctant to point people tward it because of how it effected my computer.
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For a casual user, this is a great stick to quickly get setup and play PS2 and emulated titles. I mostly got it to play Metal Slug Anthology and Gauntlet Legends for PS2. It just works, and I really recommend it for this use case at this price point.
Is it "possible" to play with an 8-way ? Yes...but it's a horrible experience. If you're not exactly precise with your Up,Down,Left,Right ....and you accidentally hit a diagonal, Mario/Jumpman in DK will freeze. No movement. And that will kill you if you are a serious classic gamer. It's irritating because for the most part, classic games that use a real Joystick like this in the arcade were 4-way. Again, it's okay for fighting games, if that's your thing. I just want' to play Mr. Do!, Donkey Kong, Indiana Jones, Ms. Pacman, Ghots N Goblins, ...stuff like that
Top reviews from other countries
The cable is split at the end with USB and PS2 connector.
The controller works perfectly with Mac OS X machine running Yosemite, showing up as a PS3 controller. It works very well with OpenEmu MAME arcade games and others.
Reviewed in Spain on April 9, 2018