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"PC Fighter Questions" , posted Mon 8 Jul 22:07post reply


Out of these pads, which is the best for PC fighting games taking in account to price:
-Interact Propad PC $7.99
-Gravis Eliminator Digital Gamepad $17.99
-Gravis USB Gamepad Pro $12.99

What are some decent fighting games for PC? No, MUGEN doesn't count.

Are there any fighting game based arcade sticks for PC?





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"Re(1):PC Fighter Questions" , posted Mon 8 Jul 22:19post reply


quote:
Out of these pads, which is the best for PC fighting games taking in account to price:
-Interact Propad PC $7.99
-Gravis Eliminator Digital Gamepad $17.99
-Gravis USB Gamepad Pro $12.99

What are some decent fighting games for PC? No, MUGEN doesn't count.

Are there any fighting game based arcade sticks for PC?



X-Arcade.. but those are real costy





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"Re(2):PC Fighter Questions" , posted Mon 8 Jul 22:46post reply


quote:
Out of these pads, which is the best for PC fighting games taking in account to price:
-Interact Propad PC $7.99
-Gravis Eliminator Digital Gamepad $17.99
-Gravis USB Gamepad Pro $12.99

What are some decent fighting games for PC? No, MUGEN doesn't count.

Are there any fighting game based arcade sticks for PC?


X-Arcade.. but those are real costy



Mas stick will work for PC too.

Though controller wise I prefer a Sidewinder.





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"Re(3):PC Fighter Questions" , posted Mon 8 Jul 23:00post reply


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Though controller wise I prefer a Sidewinder.



In my opinion, the Sidewinder D-pad is too stiff for fluid rotations.





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"Re(4):PC Fighter Questions" , posted Tue 9 Jul 07:06post reply


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Though controller wise I prefer a Sidewinder.


In my opinion, the Sidewinder D-pad is too stiff for fluid rotations.



I like the gravis grip...it's like a saturn pad. but it doesn't work with XP :/





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"Re(5):PC Fighter Questions" , posted Tue 9 Jul 07:17post reply


I didn't liked the Sidewinder at first, but now I got really used to it. (I have the black one with six buttons on the front)





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"Re(1):PC Fighter Questions" , posted Tue 9 Jul 16:32post reply


I just can say one thing for sure: Gravis Game Pad Pro sucks. That d-pad is the worst ever made. I now by experience.





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"USB" , posted Wed 10 Jul 17:09post reply


Hey forget that.......
get that Famous USB plug that lets you use A PSX or PS2 conroller on your PC via USB!
works withall EMus..........





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"Re(1):PC Fighter Questions" , posted Wed 10 Jul 17:19post reply


quote:
Out of these pads, which is the best for PC fighting games taking in account to price:
-Interact Propad PC $7.99
-Gravis Eliminator Digital Gamepad $17.99
-Gravis USB Gamepad Pro $12.99

What are some decent fighting games for PC? No, MUGEN doesn't count.

Are there any fighting game based arcade sticks for PC?



Keyboard would be the finest of all were it not for the impossible difficulty of doing extended half circles... the Gravis Gamepad Pro is fantastic for playing Garou: Mark of the Wolves, but oddly seems too slow for most Capcom fighting games... i have no idea why, that's just my experience...

With the exception of One Must Fall 2097 (a DOS game... fantastic fun once you turn on juggling in the hidden options menu...), most of the good PC fighting games are ports of console/arcade games like Samurai Showdown 2 and Guilty Gear X... either that, or emulated arcade/console roms... the sequel to One Must Fall 2097 coming out later this year ought to be good (i've just gotten in the beta test, so i'll tell ya later)...

The other good fighting games are the dojin (fan-made) games... the best ones being Eternal Fighter Zero, the Queen of Heart games, the Valkyrie Fight games and Glove on Fight.





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"Re(1):USB" , posted Wed 10 Jul 20:57post reply


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Hey forget that.......
get that Famous USB plug that lets you use A PSX or PS2 conroller on your PC via USB!
works withall EMus..........



I don't own a PS/PS2, yet. I do own a DC arcade stick so could use the DC equivalent.

PC ports of fighting games is probably the best option. I'm looking for stuff to toy with as I build my programming skill.





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