I want to get my High Grade stick ready for Street Fighter 4 this XMas but I haven’t got a spare pad to solder it upto. What I wanted to know is…
Which wired 360 pads can I buy which will definately work. I was told about finding one which doesn’t use a “shared ground”?
Is there a way I can add a rocker switch so I can keep the PS3 support on the stick as well? I thought you could just make the USB wires switch between the two boards by using a rocker switch but I have no idea how to do that…
hey akuma, do you know any specific info on the markings of vshg, which denotes if the pcb has been corrected. i know you’ve owned a ton of em. right now i have marking s which doesnt seem to have any input problems.
ones i’ve come across had m, s, or no marking at all.
all the ones i’ve come across had problems registering 3 button inputs in games like t5dr on ps3 and 3 button presses in mame games like sf alpha series level 3 supers. like you can do the moves but its inconsistent in how they come out.
in vf5 3 button presses work fine in m and s engraving. i main el blaze so pkg sabaki’s and quick recovering out of rocket discharge mixups are important.
in sthd original mode and sc4 i have no problem doing 3 button presses either. at this point though i only had vshg’s that had m engravings.
i tested a bunch of ps2 games awhile back and had no problems doing 3 button presses either in any game, even in regular t5. i think i tested every fighting game out there that had a 3 button input. not that it matters because ps3 bc has lag anyways.
unfortunately i don’t know the difference in engravings or if one is better than the other.