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Just in time for the arrival of Neo Geo games on PSN, SNK Playmore and peripheral company Exar have released the ideal controller for PS3. The Neo Geo Pad USB is a replica of the pad included with the Neo Geo CD system, with two important differences: it ends in a USB connector, so it will work with...

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December 17, 2010 at 8:30AM
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This isn't the first arcade stick we've seen lying around for the Wii, but EXAR's new model is out now. Well, in Japan, at least -- for ¥5,299 (about $52) -- not too cheap for a controller that apparently isn't totally kosher in the functionality department. The EXARSTICK is light almost at th...

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Dengeki has posted hands-on impressions of the EXARSTICK, the non-Tatsunoko themed version of the Tatsunoko vs. Capcom arcade stick. Overall, the tester is pleased with the stick's movement in both buttons and joystick (which uses an arcade-standard square gate). Possible problems included a relat...

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Have a look at these two arcade sticks by Exar. As far as anyone knows, they are completely identical except for color scheme and artwork. Ignoring external factors like price, which one is the stick for you? The one with monochrome buttons and artwork that ties it in with Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom, or...

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We fully expected Japanese accessory company Hori to release a version of their Fighting Stick Wii with Tatsunoko vs. Capcom art. They frequently release branded versions of their less expensive (as in, not Real Arcade Pro) sticks to coincide with new fighting games. But another company somehow g...

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