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About the product
- Officially licensed by SCEA
- Compact size and easy to use
- 8 button layout with turbo function included (20 times/sec)
- For beginners and advanced users
- 9.8 feet long cable
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The Hori Fighting Stick Mini is tiny, convenient for storing, and improves your performance by several fold. Immense fun truly comes in small packages. The newest Hori control sticks are smaller than a B5 notebook, but offers the full set of buttons and joysticks of a proper arcade controller. The board even provides a bit of space for the gamer to rest their wrists, thus increasing their stamina. The rapid-fire functions are fully intact, the gamer can set it to fire 20 bullets per second or hold down the firing command during their games. Besides shooting and fighting, the controller is also compatible with a vast array of game genres.
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As you might expect, it simply can't compete with the Sanwa and Seimitsu sticks in sheer performance. But those sticks go for over three times the cost of this one. The joystick and buttons are a bit stiff, if not overly so, and the buttons have to be depressed a bit further than I would have liked. They're perfectly serviceable, though you wouldn't want to bring this stick to EVO anyway. I was happy to find that the joystick does not bounce all over the place like a Happ when returning to center.
I normally use a full-sized stick, but I did not find the small size to be significantly uncomfortable or difficult to adjust to. It is very light, so you will probably want to use it on a table or desk instead of your lap.
I would not recommend this for serious tournament players, who should make the investment for a proper Sanwa or Seimitsu stick. I would definitely recommend it to people who only play fighting games online, or in casual matches with friends.
IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS STICK HAS NON-STANDARD SIZED PARTS, AND THE BUTTONS ARE SOLDERED TO THE BOARD. THIS MEANS THAT YOU CANNOT SWITCH OUT THE JOYSTICK AND BUTTONS FOR DIFFERENT ONES. Sorry, modders.
It was okay up until that point. I have no big complaints other than its short life span.
* All 8 buttons could fit in my right hand. No, I'm not kidding.
* I would often hit FA by accident (in SF v2012 and USF4)
* Very light, so the base sometimes lifts a little during game play
Responsiveness and such was alright through its very short life. No real complaints other than the buttons are very close together so I never did get over hitting accidental button combinations. If you pressed a button then things happened, unlike some other cheap sticks that I had owned.
The base (that blue-ish box) would occasionally lift during game play. It's not going to stay where you put it. For example the right hand side would sometimes lift a little off of the desk when I would try to dash to the left, thus throwing off the inputs. It didn't happen all the time, but often enough that it's worth mentioning.
But eh, that's like 3 months tops before it wore out and I have not been playing every day. I'm pretty casual or I wouldn't have got this stick in the first place.
Highest rank in SF AE v2012 that I have is B+ (10k+ bp) and I've been happy enough with that such that I don't train hard to progress higher.
-Decent length usb cable
-Small(you can bump your own hand, and like many other reviewers say it wont stay in your lap because of its light weight unless you place it on a surface)
-Small gate (Messed up a lot of inputs by thinking i had more room than I actually did)
-Very Hard to play on at times
-No cable compartment
-The no slip grips on mine dont really grip the table to prevent the stick from moving but some others might
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