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Dragon Ball FighterZ gets Hori


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If you're in the market for a new joystick after the death of MadCatz earlier this year, then Hori has got you covered for the upcoming Dragon Ball long as you're a PlayStation or PC gamer and live in Japan.

Featuring artwork of Goku in his super saiyan blue form, this new joystick, which will retail for 20498¥ (or roughly $180), looks to replicate the old MadCatz layout and has toggle switches for things like turbo button support. There is an anti-slip mat undercoating and a cover for the top buttons to avoid rage quitting. It will also natively work with the PlayStation 3, should you wish to go back to some older fighting games with a new peripheral.

The joystick will be releasing in Japan on February 1, 2018, which is the release date over seas. US gamers will be able to knock knuckles earlier on January 26, though obviously without a stylish new arcade stick.

“ドラゴンボール ファイターズ対応スティック for PlayStation4”2018年2月1日発売、HAYABUSAユニットを搭載 [Famitsu]

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