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Old 03 February 2008, 00:44   #139
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Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: GREECE
Age: 43
Posts: 437
I don't remember their names, but I loved some Greek made metal joysticks using real arcade stick and buttons (which after all were VERY common as spares back then, unlike today). They looked almost hand-made (maybe they were). Even if I could still use them (I need to buy some adapter to make them compatible with PC) they would probably outlive me.

They were not "almost unbreakable" they were UNBREAKABLE.

I hated most quickshots (it was the "made in China" quality of the 80ies).

I also hate my 2600 joysticks and in fact they were notorious for NOT lasting long (both mine are dead for many years now) and for the mushy feeling that gave no real feeling of control and precision.

But undeniably they are of the Big Names of Nostalgia.
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