I’m no expert at arcade cabinets but to me the CP is of high quality. If you’re in SD, I welcome anyone interested in 2D fighting games to come to my shop and test it out. This is a fighting forum so I expect this CP to get dragged through the dirt of course :rolleyes:
Currently I’ve got an Xbox running inside it that plays all of this. :lovin:
man that CP is awful. i don’t think i’d be able to play anything on that thing even if the parts were all sanwa. it’s impossible to try to use the P2 stick without hitting those two buttons right beside it. it’s also looks impossible to play any game without worrying that your palms will touch the other randomly placed buttons on the panel.
I always wanted a japanese cabinet because I like the style and I like to sit down while I play also. I already found a pretty nice deal on a cab, just need to do some research on getting the PS2/Xbox setup to work on it.
I was curious so I checked out the developers site, and it doesn’t look like they offer anything but that horrible control setup. Who’d want to play double analog stick games on an arcade cabinet anyway? (Okay, besides Virtual On…)
Nah, it comes like that. It was an even trade for services- fixed and upgraded 10 of their Xboxs and 4 of their PS2s . For anyone serious with fighting games, yes the layout and extra buttons sucks balls. But for all the other MAME/CPS/NeoGeo stuff it works just fine.
I saw one of those a few years back at a local billiards/amusement shop. I remember looking at the analog sticks thinking “I can’t play Halo with those.” If I’m going to shell out that kind of money to retain dual analog sticks, I’ll dig up the circuit replacing the existing Hall Effect sticks with Happ 49-way, adding multi-button trigger grips to it while I’m at it.