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Submitted by Gekko 577d ago | news

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 FightStick Available For Wii U, PS3, and Xbox

You can now own an arcade stick for your Wii U, helpfully labeled with the one game you'd need an arcade stick for, Tekken Tag Tournament 2. The Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Fightstick S from Mad Catz is now available for $160. The controller connects to the Wiimote via a 3.3 foot-long controller cable.

PS3 and Xbox sticks are also available, called the "FightStick S+" because of extra foam padding on the bottom and swappable Tekken artwork. They retail for the same price. (PC, PS3, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Xbox 360)

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Mocat  +   577d ago
too bad these sticks cost a ton of money, they shouldev just put a TTT2 edition with a PAD, that would be more apealing to people that dont know tekken or played it a little,instead having to buy a stick of over a 100$ to have a decent game.
EWGF, Backdash canceling etc it almost not doable with a normal controller and most people arent going to buy a stick.

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