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CES 2010: New Mad Catz Street Fighter IV FightStick demo


11:00 AM on 01.08.2010



Our friend Alex from Mad Catz was kind enough to show us around their newest controller, the new Street Fighter IV Arcade Tournament FightStick. It's got a new body, a new look, and new parts and functionality that make it even more drool-worthy than the original. Hopefully it will be easier to find on release than the original was.

Do want, naturally. I tried to stick one under my shirt, but there were too many watchful eyes there. Also, while in a newer, slimmer chassis than the original, this thing is still a beast and a luggage buster. If I check my bags, someone will steal it.

There's two flavors: black/white and black/red. Both will cost $149 when they launch later this year.  Check out the video above for a better look and our gallery for some pictures.

CES 2010: New Mad Catz Street Fighter IV FightStick demo photo
CES 2010: New Mad Catz Street Fighter IV FightStick demo photo
CES 2010: New Mad Catz Street Fighter IV FightStick demo photo





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