Just earlier today, Mad Catz Japan announced their latest collaboration with Capcom in the form of the Ultra Street Fighter IV Arcade FightStick Tournament Edition 2! Two models were detailed, one for the Xbox 360 and one that is compatible with both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4! Currently only slated for a Japan release, but Mad Catz did mention they are working on bringing it out to other markets. Click below for all the info!
One of the FGC’s resident tech inventors, Phreakazoid, has just unveiled his latest product! The TE2 Crossbone is a new solution for Mad Catz Arcade FightStick TE2 owners that allows them to easily modify their existing TE2 PCB and piggy back it to other boards (like the Akishop PS360+), allowing compatibility to a vast array of past and present gaming consoles! Click below for the full report from Phreakazoid himself on SRK’s Tech Talk Forums!
Mad Catz just announced an awesome sale for FINAL ROUND XVII weekend! For North American customers, you can use the coupon code ‘FINALROUND’ to get $30 OFF the Mad Catz Arcade FightStick PRO and Arcade FightStick KE – Korean Edition! This brings the grand total to $100 (prior to shipping) and a great deal for anyone looking for a new stick! For full details on their promo & support of Final Round, check out the link below!
Our good friends at Mad Catz just launched their after Holidays sale on their web site! Amongst the sale you can find their Mad Catz branded FightStick PRO and FightStick KE at the low price of $99.99! Also their TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2 TE-S for Wii U is discounted at $79.99! Offer is only good for North America. Check the rest of the sale at the link below!
I know that a lot of people have been looking for the Killer Instinct Arcade FightStick Tournament Edition 2 for Xbox One to fill their combo crazed desires… It looks like GameStop has some extra stock available through their site! Don’t miss out on a chance to own this next gen FightStick! Click below for all the info!
Just over a month ago, tropical storm ‘Haiyan’ devastated Southeast Asia as it ravaged through several countries while taking thousands of lives and causing over $5.8 billion in damage. Our thoughts go out to everyone affected by these recent acts of nature.