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Old 17 January 2021, 00:15   #1
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Fight Stick Recommendation

Just some advice please. Looking to buy a fight stick, really for retro gaming, i.e. MAME. I'm not actually into fighting games though. Just for use in normal retro games.

Narrowed it down to 3, due to fact got some Amazon vouchers. Mayflash slightly more expensive but seems to have an advantage that more easy to mod (if you wanted to)

Just wondering what members opinions here are....does anybody any of these?

Hori Fighting Stick Mini

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01...KL5A1OLE&psc=1

Mayflash F101

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B07...QXNCLV8H&psc=1

PXN 0082

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B08...QZCOSJ8K&psc=1

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Old 17 January 2021, 02:38   #2
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If you mind input lag, you might want to check this:
https://inputlag.science/controller/results

In the results, Hori Fighting Stick Mini has an input lag of 11.4ms average
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If you mind input lag, you might want to check this:
https://inputlag.science/controller/results

In the results, Hori Fighting Stick Mini has an input lag of 11.4ms average
While good to have raw input data, its tied to FPS, for 120FPS <8.33ms input lag is sufficient, for 60FPS then <16.66 is sufficient.
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While good to have raw input data, its tied to FPS, for 120FPS <8.33ms input lag is sufficient, for 60FPS then <16.66 is sufficient.
Well the results show that less input lag on a controller increases on-time frame read percentage so if I read correctly then less input lag is better. If your not a competitive gamer though then this will matter less.

But yeah don't really see competitive players complain much about controller input lag. Game lag is more of a problem though for modern games, heck even an old game like Mario I heard has a maximum of 2f of lag(60fps).

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Any preferences then....I was liking the PXN due to the suction cups under watch it. Then read a few comments that some.buttons failed, which always puts me off and that they were soldered on and Sanwa replacement buttons did not fit.
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