-Compatible with PS4, PS3, XBOX ONE, XBOX360, PC, Android, Switch, NeoGeo mini.
-Compatible with Sanwa Denshi buttons and joystick that is perfect for customization to make it your very own. (Sanwa Denshi buttons and joystick are not included in the packaging and you need to buy them separately).
-Supports the XINPUT and DINPUT when being used on PC
-Supports the Turbo functions with different speed settings you can toy with
-The D-Pad and X/Y Analog Axis mode can be exchanged
-A SONY PS4 Controller is required when using on a PS4 Game Console, and a Microsoft XBOX 360 or XBOX ONE Controller is required when using on a XBOX 360 or XBOX ONE Game Console.
-The lever and buttons are designed and placed on same layout as the arcade style.
-The Fighting Stick has considerable heft and rubber feet, both of which work to hold the controller firmly in place on hard, flat surfaces.
-Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7/ Windows 8/Windows 10 .
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Mayflash F300 Arcade Fight Stick Joystick for PS4 PS3 Xbox ONE Xbox 360 PC Switch NeoGeo Mini
- Compatible with PS4 PS3 XBOX ONE XBOX360 PC Android Switch NeoGeo mini
- Compatible with Sanwa Denshi buttons and joystick that is perfect for customization
- Supports the XINPUT and DINPUT when being used on PC
- A SONY PS4 Controller is required when using on a PS4 Game Console
- Microsoft XBOX 360 or XBOX ONE Controller is required when using on a XBOX 360 or XBOX ONE Console
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Mayflash F300 Arcade Fight Stick Joystick for PS4 PS3 XBOX ONE XBOX 360 PC Switch NeoGeo mini
- Compatible with PS4,PS3,XBOX ONE / XBOX ONE S ,XBOX360,XBOX ONE X and PC,Android/Switch.C
- ompatible with Sanwa Denshi buttons and joystick that is perfect for customization to make it your very own. (Sanwa Denshi buttons and joystick are not included in the packaging and you need to buy them separately).
- Supports the XINPUT and DINPUT when being used on PC
- Supports the Turbo functions with different speed settings you can toy with
- The D-Pad and X/Y Analog Axis mode can be exchanged
- A SONY PS4 Controller is required when using on a PS4 Game Console, and a Wired Microsoft XBOX 360 or XBOX ONE Controller is required when using on a XBOX 360 or XBOX ONE / XBOX ONE S Game Console
- The lever and buttons are designed and placed on same layout as the arcade style .
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It's a good product for a good price. I can't really ask for more. :)
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**Here's a PS4 quick tip for anyone who doesn't know yet**
**Your PS4 controller only needs to be plugged in to the fightstick the first time you set it up. Other then that you can just plug the fightstick in and wirelessly use your PS4 controller to select the "Legacy Controller Authenticaion" within Options>Other Settings>Shortcut Settings. Just be sure to switch to "PS3/DINPUT" instead of "XINPUT" on your fightstick.**
--PS-- I can't verify if this works for XB1 since I don't have one.
The value from the low affordable price tag and ease of mod-ability is where the F300 shines! Like others have stated the stock joystick and buttons that the F300 comes with are fine and responsive, but as for how durable they are that I don't know since I modded mine almost immediately.
The modding process is very straight forward and surprisingly super easy for first timers. For any first time modders looking into it, Google and YouTube are your best friends, it's what I used as a first time fight stick modder and found that the process is pretty much the same for all fight sticks so don't be afraid to go in and switch out for the parts you want. A solid place to shop online for parts is FocusAttack, it's where I got all my parts during a sweet sales event.
Here's a list of parts that I switched out the stock ones for:
Sanwa Joystick (comes w/ octagonal gate) & Buttons (30mm)
4lbs Tension Spring
Oversized Actuator (1mm)
5-PIn Female Harness For Zero Delay USB Encoder PCB
My only gripes with the F300 is that I have larger than normal hands and my joystick hand at times rest over the side of the top and slips at times during certain engagements. This is a personal issue that I'm adjusting to fairly easily so it's not a big deal. Also the 1st input switch at the very top left hand corner that's designated for which platform you're using has an issue with PS4. According to the provided instruction manual, the "controller icon" is the recommended option when using a 360, XBOX1 or PS4. However, this option does not work on my PS4. What does work is using the "PS3/DINPUT" option and setting up the F300 as a legacy controller in the SFV "other settings". These minor issue are too minute to take away a star from this solidly designed value fight stick.
My overall impression of the F300 is limited to a month of hands on experience backed by thousands of hours using quality parts in cabinets.
This fightstick is very good for beginners like me. I love fighting games but I'm only good at Super Smash Bros. Melee. I've been wanting to branch off to other fighting games so I was looking for a relatively cheap stick to buy. I've never used a fightstick before so i'm not sure what high end fightsticks feel like with Sanwa or Seimitsu parts. However, this fightstick doesn't feel cheap and I'm glad to say that I am very satisfied with my purchase.
It has a nice weight to it in my opinion, although most of the weight comes from the metal bottom plate. The size is perfect for me because I am short and I have small hands(its about the same size as a Madcatz Street Fighter 4 SE Fightstick).
This fightstick can also be easily modded. It comes with a square restrictor gate that you can swap out for an octagonal or a circular gate. I replaced mine with a Sanwa octagonal gate. The buttons are wired with quick disconnects so you and swap out the buttons very easily. The stick comes with microswitches that are individually soldered. You can also swap out the stick since the PCB has a 5-pin connection. As for artwork, I found a template on Google images and I used sticker paper that you can print on. I designed my own artwork on Photoshop, printed it out, cut it, and stuck it onto my fightstick.
Pros: Easily modifiable, good size for people with small hands, nice weight, responsive buttons and stick, usable on basically every platform
Cons: You need a 1st party controller plugged in at all times when using on consoles(for Xbox 360, you need a WIRED 360 controller), the buttons and stick might feel very lacking to someone who has used a high end fightstick, might be too small for people with big hands.