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WANTED : Madcatz Arcade Gamestick controller or Madcatz 360 Controller £10.00

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I'm building my own arcade stick for Xbox 360, and need to get hold of a Madcatz Arcade Gamestick controller or Madcatz 360 Controller (for the circuit board).

The Gamesticks were going for as little as £3.99 at Game a while back. Willing to pay £10 inc postage. Can be used, don't need the arcade games that came with it.
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I have one, used once. Yours for £10 delivered :)

EDIT: forgot to say I have the Madcatz Arcade stick
#2
Hi DTR

Can you tell me if it's copyright on the bottom is 2006? Needs to be the late model matching this image.
#3
mine has exactly the same copyright info
#4
Excellent! We have a deal then. I'll PM you now.
#5
aye deal at £10
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YoshimiMac
Hi DTR

Can you tell me if it's copyright on the bottom is 2006? Needs to be the late model matching this image.


I have one, dont want to sell it, but just out of interest, what can these be used for, and why is the date important Thanks ?
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blowy111
I have one, dont want to sell it, but just out of interest, what can these be used for, and why is the date important Thanks ?


I'm building a joystick using Sanwa (genuine arcade) joystick and buttons. You can wire the buttons and stick to the pcm board from any controller, but these are the easiest to use as they have a common ground, and the connections on the board are larger and don't have plastic coating that needs scraped off.

I have basically ruined a MS wired controller last night when the soldering didn't go to plan. It ain't easy!
#8
YoshimiMac
I'm building a joystick using Sanwa (genuine arcade) joystick and buttons. You can wire the buttons and stick to the pcm board from any controller, but these are the easiest to use as they have a common ground, and the connections on the board are larger and don't have plastic coating that needs scraped off.

I have basically ruined a MS wired controller last night when the soldering didn't go to plan. It ain't easy!


Thanks for that and hope it works out, im just interested in this kind of thing.
Ive assembled / restored several Arcade control panels in the past whilst assembling my (small) collection on arcade / MAME machines, even rebuilding trackballs etc.

When doing these (the mame ones anyway) you basically buy the control circuit board, wire in the stick(s) and buttons and plug it into a USB on a normal PC motherboard.

This type of thing could be a good thing for you to get into the future. :thumbsup:


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