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The TE2+ is one of the few controllers that supports complete functionality on Playstation consoles. A button lets you switch between PS3 and PS4 modes. There is a touchpad for the PS4 screen menus and separate L3 and R3 buttons on the analog sticks. See More
Unlike other fighting sticks, which have buttons or latches, the 4 Kai requires a screwdriver to remove its backplate screws and access its internal components. Even though internal components can be swapped with ease, it feels like they are a bit crammed inside. See More
The solid and responsive buttons are arranged in a Taito Vewlix-style configuration. This layout is used on most fighting sticks and is quite comfortable for gaming. The space between the stick and the buttons is wide enough to be ergonomic for most users hand size. See More
This stick is officially licensed by Sony and compatible with the PS4 and the PS3 (there’s a dedicated switch to toggle between the two platforms.). It can also be used on a PC, using the DirectInput standard, but third party software may be needed to get it to work with some games, like Street Fighter V. See More
The Drone is much smaller than most high-end models. However, the cleverly positioned buttons and joystick creates a big enough surface for your palms to rest. The additional control buttons are placed on the top of the control and can be easily accessed. See More
While it is possible to mod this controller, doing so is much more complicated that with most premium controllers. The buttons are relatively easy to replace, but you will need to swap the wiring harness if you want to replace the joystick. Despite these difficulties, it is worth noting that other budget controllers usually don't allow any modding at all. See More