- Officially licensed Sony product
- PlayStation 4 compatible
- PlayStation 3 compatible
- PC compatible
- X-input and Direct input drivers
- Wired USB cord
- LED accent lighting
- Sanwa JLF joystick
- Metal ball top
- Sanwa OBSF 30mm buttons
- 18" x 10" x 5"
- 7 lbs.
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I’ve never owned a fight stick before this, so my opinion probably doesn’t matter too much. But I’m quite happy with this purchase. I wanted a fight stick with decent quality parts, and this one seemed like a good place to start. I don’t think I’ll need to upgrade the buttons or stick any time soon (or at all really), and I have no buyers remorse at all. It feels like a quality piece of hardware, and I think it’s worth the price. It’s supposed to work with the ps5 too which is a bonus.
This stick is highly responsive, feels nice, and does just about everything well. It looks and feels incredible, and is a workhorse that is built to last. However, the cover on the front is highly prone to sweat and fingerprints, and I find myself compulsively wiping it so that it doesn't end up looking messy. Overall, would be a 5-star product if the front pane were less fingerprint prone, possibly by using a different material?
Good quality. Well worth the price tag.
Extremely precise, my execution has improved significantly since moving from a pad to this stick. Definitely would recommend to anyone on the fence.
i love the stick, my only gripe with it is that the options button isn't on the far right.
Its good. I like. Feel good on finger. And joystick nice.
You get what you pay for
Im a musician. When it comes to the world of musical instruments you, affordable instruments are usually cheap feeling and lack higher end features. I imagined a fighting stick would be the same. I have been playing for upwards of 11 years of playing fighting games. I was only 10 when i started and I obviously had to go through the motions. I can successfully combo, parry, dash, charge etc on pad. I never really had intentions switching to stick. For many people it seems like a necessary thing to become a better play or pro. It's not and thinking that is unfair to the pad generation of players. With that being said I finally made the decision to switch because i was tired of wearing control dpads. The lifetime of my dpads shorten each time as my skill cap raised. I wanted brand new controller precise everyone i play. Thanks to this stick here I have more precision than I knew I could have. The buttons have no input lag which blew me out the water because timing for combos felt completely different. The dashes with this stick are so smooth It makes me wanna back dash more in my matches. I love the snappy feeling with specials on the sticks end. The metal ball on top feels cool to the touch is a very nice and it adds weight to the stick so it resets to neutral fast. Face buttons and leds are all premium and really make this look super high end. The leds flash with gameplay or can just be put on or off. My friend owns a crystal and for comparison the obsidIan is way wider, but the crystal is heavier which I wont lie felt nice on the lap. Unless you wanna save a buck or the face plate leds are really really your thing, I cannot stress the Obsidian is worth every dollar if you are a serious fighting game player that either wants to go back to their roots in arcades or if your young like me and want to enjoy your fighting games in a new way and never have to worry about the jimmies of a bad controller. Hope this review was helpful and shoutout to QanbaUSA for the almost immediate email back to my shipping question and the amazing product.
I have used the Mayflash F500 V2 and the HORI Real Arcade Pro 4 Kai. This one stick is far better. Although, it is rather large and heavy.