SaltTheDead, post: 7588309, member: 77581 wrote:
Thanks.Ill check those out.
And Im not living hand to mouth lol, I just meant I dont have loot to be dropping 100+ bucks on a controller, especially when Im fairly new to them you know? Like I said I used the Tekken 6 one from I think Hori for a while and it seemed pretty good... Dont take offense when I say this, I just cant think of a better way to word it at the moment, but are you speaking as like, a stick snob or is anything less than $150 really garbage? Id be stoked to get even a year or 2 out of it just to get myself re aquianted with arcade style playing. Again, sorry if that sounded dickish, I just know alot of guys say anything less than the best is a waste, which is fine and I respect that, but it cant really be true... Theres gotta be a practical jumping off point, right?
The Breaker, post: 7590547, member: 57167 wrote:
Uhhh...you're not really playing competitively if you're not gonna go as far as you can go at some point. Well, whatever. The two topics above basically cover what you want to know, and it's really down to your preferences. Unfortunately, it doesn't go into much detail about Korean products on the first page of those topics. The easiest option (probably the most affordable too) is the Omni, but since you're a Tekken player at heart, I don't know if I should recommend Japanese or Korean parts. Apparently, Korean sticks are generally not as loose as Japanese ones are and the buttons require a bit more pressure (as in if you feather buttons, the risk of accidental presses goes down.) Korean sticks generally don't use square gates either afaik. This can be nice for non-fighter use, especially shmups (personally, I can't stand the default TE parts with Mushihime-sama Futari on 360.)
More of an issue with that though is that the Omni is basically fucking awesome compared to buying two TEs and modding them yourself, and I don't see it in stock anywhere.
Iron fighter, post: 7783423, member: 70127 wrote:
just bought a madcatz streetfighter IV stick for 75$ is that good for a beginner stick player???
eltrouble, post: 7490538, member: 50728 wrote:
Famous last words from anyone who's ever touched toxic substances. lol
Cleaning a stick is a pretty simple process. Now if your buttons feel sticky and unresponsive, THEN you might want to consider opening your case, taking apart your buttons, cleaning it, and possily adding dialectric grease. Also an easy proceed, but it's not necessary, then don't bother. Keep it simple.
Venomish, post: 7823083, member: 14211 wrote:
I have a question, when you move your character from back, forward, dash , jump , crouch block, qcf, hcb, 360 etc
do you move the stick all the way to the left then all the way to the right etc etc, as if you are moving the stick in the air... or do you just follow the edges of the gate throughout your motions ??
I feel it is very hard to to move the stick without touching the edges...
What do top players do ?
Shintarru, post: 7830171, member: 21083 wrote:
I know this may be a stupid question and may be off topic but I didn't want to start a new thread just to ask one question. If at a tournament they say the game I want to play is on xbox 360 and I have an xbox pad already I wouldn't need a converter of any sorts will I?
Trouble Brewing, post: 7944136, member: 5950 wrote:
I don't believe it will. Check the SE modding guide in the tech talk stickies.