Mad Catz Xbox 360 Street Fighter IV FightPad Reviews
Product Type: Mad Catz game controllers
Newest Review: ... of the punch buttons in a line at the top and kick buttons in a line at the bottom. The face buttons are very easy to access ... more
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Customer Mad Catz Xbox 360 Street Fighter IV FightPad Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/03/11, updated on 14/03/11 (Somewhat useful, 10 readings)
For the money, the fightpad is a great little pad and does the job quite well for fighting games (you can use it for more than just Street Fighter). It has an enlarged D-PAD and makes it very easy to perform moves. It contains the standard arcade stick button layout of the punch buttons in a line at the top and kick buttons in a line at the bottom. The face buttons are very easy to access and I have been able to perform many a shoryuken with Ryu and make many ultra combos happen through the ease of use. The fact that the Pad is powered via USB (rather than the PS3 version which is wireless and requires two AA batteries), which makes the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/10, updated on 19/08/10 (Useful, 13 readings)
This is the street fighter 4 Mad Catz Fightpad. This is a fighting controller that has been purpose made for Street fighter 4. The directional pad uses an 8 way floating piece of plastic to allow slightly quicker diagonal movements The button layout has also changed the standard A.B.X.Y buttons have been made bigger and most noticbly the RB and RT buttons have been removed from the top of the controller and next to the A.B.X.Y buttons this allows much quicker use of complex combos and Ultra Combo attacks. But by moving the RB and RT buttons that means there is only 1 set at the top now there is also additional multi-speed Turbo functionality built in and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Having said these were only for people who get all kinky about street fighter in my review of the game. I went out and bought one!! When these controllers first came out they were around £60 each. Now that the hype has died down they have fallen loads in price. I picked mine up off ebay for £20 with free postage. I went for Chun Li as they seem to be cheaper. For some reason I have selected the xbox version to review whereas I mean to be reviewing the PS3. The only difference is that xbox is wired and the PS3 takes batteries so i`ll continue. First impressions of the pad is its size. It is quite chunky and feels comfortable with rubber ... Read the complete review
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