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1) What is the button pinuot on a Sega Geensis controller. If I remember right the BOTTOM button is the rapid fire trigger on the 5200. Assuming I'm right in the decisions Atari made for the top and bottom button, is it in this arrangement:

 

A= Bottom

B=Top

C= an assignable button for Hyperspace in Defender, or any other game that uses one keypad button as a main function

 

?

 

If so I'd like to buy one. Where do I buy?

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1) What is the button pinuot on a Sega Geensis controller. If I remember right the BOTTOM button is the rapid fire trigger on the 5200. Assuming I'm right in the decisions Atari made for the top and bottom button, is it in this arrangement:

 

A= Bottom

B=Top

C= an assignable button for Hyperspace in Defender, or any other game that uses one keypad button as a main function

 

?

 

If so I'd like to buy one. Where do I buy?

 

eBay.

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1) What is the button pinuot on a Sega Geensis controller. If I remember right the BOTTOM button is the rapid fire trigger on the 5200. Assuming I'm right in the decisions Atari made for the top and bottom button, is it in this arrangement:

 

A= Bottom

B=Top

C= an assignable button for Hyperspace in Defender, or any other game that uses one keypad button as a main function

 

?

 

If so I'd like to buy one. Where do I buy?

 

Is the the right button mapping set-up.

 

And Yes, I'll check out ebay.

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I assume the original Masterplays have no keypad and the Masterplay Clones have the keyboard built on it. Also, if all I'm using it for a Digital Fight stick, meaning only 9 positions, 4 cardinals, 4 diagonals, and neutral, would a PS1/PS2-> 5200 standard be in some way better than going PS2->Genesis-> 5200 via Masterplay clone. I don't need subtle analog controls. I'll use a rebuilt 5200 controller for my analog games.

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