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I may have to pick this up. Their first version was terrible, so bad that I turned it into an Atari 2600 joystick. A few others have done the same as well, either for the 2600/7800.
If the quality of games are the same as the Pac-Man stick in that same shell, then it'll be worth picking up.
Qix looks like a vertical game according to the box, unlike the crap that was on the first stick. It was basically a NES port. This stick does look promising.
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But how do you do 2-player Bubble Bobble?
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Birdie King also seemed difficult to control (I think it was originally a trackball game), though I did manage to get a birdie once.
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Posted Sun Oct 30, 2011 6:55 PM
Well, finally picked mine up at the local K-mart in the "ghetto" of all places. I've definately noticed the difference in the graphics and clarity of games compared to the Namco version (which I find to be quite blurry, especially compared to this one.) The Taito one seems to almost look "HDish"..The controls seem to be great as well for all games, though I hav'nt played most on the actual arcade. I did notice that the joystick twist turns slightly with a click for some reason, almost as if switching modes?.. I am definately getting my 20 bucks out of this thing as it's pretty awesome all around. Great job, to the ones who developed this one!!
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