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Old 21 June 2020, 00:15   #1
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NEW MOnster Joysticks CD32 Joystick

in case anyone is after 1 like me


https://monsterjoysticks.com/deluxe-...HMTwDDXCgUGMLc
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Old 21 June 2020, 00:22   #2
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looks cool. Expensive though. And a CD32 joypad has 7 buttons. I only see 6 here.

I'm sticking to my 2 KTRLCD32.
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Old 21 June 2020, 00:23   #3
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theres another button on the side
But yeah i agree its not cheap, but they are seriously good qual, arcade parts, outlive anything else going tbh.
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now the only thing that's missing is a proper 6 button Street Fighter II or Mortal Kombat ...
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Old 21 June 2020, 08:40   #5
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Reading Your opinion i begin to suppose You doesn't like TNC version of SF (where You have 6 buttons option)?
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TNC? I tried Super Street Fighter II CD32 a long time ago and wasn't impressed by gameplay, no.
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Doesn't look like a great quality product. Massively overpriced.
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Good, but I prefer use joypad.
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Old 22 June 2020, 01:35   #9
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Doesn't look like a great quality product. Massively overpriced.

All Sanwa buttons and Stick, actual arcade parts that are used in arcade machines all over the world, so hi quality parts, will outlast any other stick you care to mention, and yes i own the smaller 2 button version, so i know how good they are.


Expensive yes, but thats why, arcade parts dont come cheap.
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Old 22 June 2020, 16:34   #10
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It’s not the buttons that’s the problem, it is the plastic people have an issue with.
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Old 23 June 2020, 00:24   #11
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cant speak for others, but had no problems with the actual build quality on mine, and ive given it some hammer, the only thing id say i don't like is that its not the most comfortable shape to hold, but you do get used to it.
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cant speak for others, but had no problems with the actual build quality on mine, and ive given it some hammer, the only thing id say i don't like is that its not the most comfortable shape to hold, but you do get used to it.
I find the case to be great. As you say, they are best used on a table rather than in your hands, but I can’t see the CD32 version being used in any other way.
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There are two versions (omitting architectures) of Super Street Fighter II for Amiga: earlier The New Challengers and later Turbo (or X in Japan). According what You wrote You played Turbo version, because TNC was never released for CD32.

I was talking about The New Challengers which is quite playable in opposition to looking good but really not too playable Turbo version. If You not played yet in TNC version, i recommend You try AGA version with CD32 6 button control mode.
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What? 90 quid?
I can buy a PS2 joystick adapter and a proper nice arcade joystick for that price, or less.
Heck you can use the ArcadeCD32 board and make your own with a nice USB arcade stick!!
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