If you haven’t heard already, the revision features several minor alterations such as smaller bezel and art panel. It still comes with the same attributes that made the original so popular, including the 30 action buttons (each of which also has its own turbo settings), Sanwa Denshi parts and Vewlix-style design.
The other notable features include a built-in headset port along with the ability to switch the functionality of the joystick to the left analog, right analog or directional pad (so you can try using the stick on non-fighting genres).
The Xbox 360 has gotten a lot of great fighting games over the years. The notable releases include Dead or Alive 5: Last Round, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Mortal Kombat, Skullgirls, Persona 4 Arena, Tekken 6, The King of Fighters XIII, and Virtua Fighter 5.
So if you are a big fighting game fan looking for a new Xbox 360 stick, you should check out the latest version of the Arcade FightStick Tournament Edition S+ from Mad Catz.