A Closer Look At The Street Fighter IV Collector’s Edition Fight Stick

By Spencer . July 22, 2009 . 2:03pm


Siliconera reader and fighting game fan Scott went to EVO last weekend and snapped pictures of the Street Fighter IV Collector’s Edition Fight Stick for us. (Thanks for the photos!!)


The limited edition item goes on sale when Comic-Con opens tonight for $179.99. Only 500 sticks will be made — 250 for the Xbox 360 and 250 for the PlayStation 3, which makes this stick even rarer than the original Street Fighter IV stick released by Madcatz. Good luck finding one!



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  • Now do it with the Hori Tekken stick please :3~

  • Jay

    Whats so special about it (other than the small amount made)? I’ve seen mods to the TE that look far better than that

  • Chow

    Why is it every fighting stick I see has to have some sort of branding on it? Why not just have a basic monochrome-colored stick? Granted, I haven’t shopped for these at all. But every time I see these things, they’re always adorned with Tekken or Street Fighter logos and graphics. (and yes, I know these are mainly for collection purposes)

  • ElTopo

    Theres nothing different about this stick. It just has some new artwork on the top, and different colored Sanwa buttons/ball top (ie: you could turn your TE stick into this exact same thing for about 15$). All the components are the same, its just different colors and art (which can be changed out).

    They have a monochrome, no art stick on Play Asia for 149$ made by MadKatz. Exact same TE stick, no art etc. If I was you, I would wait out for the HRAP3-SA (ie: all sanwa) from Amazon for 129$ in Oct though. Hori sticks are just nicer and the HRAP3-SA has the same components for alot cheaper.

  • No offense to people excited about this but you can really make a custom stick that is one trillion times better (quality!) and has a switch for PS3/360 use AND will have whatever colors and artwork you want on it. Madcatz shouldn’t let their sales go to their heads on these for the future. Most people just bought them so they could hot swap the low grade Sanwa for high end Sanwa or Seimitsu buttons. =) Cool photos though.

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