On the off chance you don’t have barrels of money and a swimming pool filled with gold, you might not want to pick up the Tournament Edition FightStick from Mad Catz. Because it’s expensive. Very expensive. How about something for half, or less than half the price?
What’s different about the FightStick first and foremost is the size. It’s a few inches thinner on the sides, and about half a pound lighter. The FightStick also has no customization, so if you’ve got a joystick or buttons you want to switch in, too bad. Yes, you can open it up, but it’s not nearly as easy or pretty as with the Tournament Edition.
Jamez Pikover is a freelance writer whose work has appeared both online and in print, including Strategy Informer, Gameworld Network, and Total PC Gaming. He's contributing these Mad Catz Street Fighter IV controller articles on a one-off basis, because he loves you, and wants to make sure you don't spend your money on something you shouldn't. Be nice.
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