tripletopper Posted September 16, 2020 Share Posted September 16, 2020 A lot of people on a certain fighting games enthusiast websites says the NES Advantage was a better constructed joystick than the Beeshu SuperStick. I thought the Beeshu was automatically better because it was the only one that had what I was looking for a right-handed fightstick, a back then they were called joysticks because they weren't specifically for fighting games and yes I try to use a joystick in every game that doesn't require either a analog joystick or pad ergonomics. (Shoulder buttons). Since very few people understood my pain on that website about having to get a custom stick for the Sega Genesis just to be able to play Street Fighter 2 New Challengers and way more people understand it at atariage just because of the fact that way more if you had their childhood arcade quarters plunked before the crash. The question I'm try to figure out is whether or not the only Advantage the Beeshu had was right handedness. I receive you primarily play video games with left stick if given a choice you have a choice between the NES advantage and the Beeshu Superstick. I assume most people who preferred right stick bought a Beeshu. but I'm trying to figure out how many left-stick people preferred Beeshu because the Beeshu was constructed better than the advantage. plus how many people that were right stick wish they had a right stick version of the advantage because they thought that had the better construction but thought Ergonomics trumps construction. Most people on at fighter site didn't even mention the word Beeshu until I brought it in that site's vocabulary. They thought the only option was Advantage or import. I left the option for any other joystick you thought was the best construction. I severely doubt any of the other pretenders got as high marks as Advantage or Beeshu, but there are all types of people in the world otherwise there wouldn't be a need for custom joysticks even in the 90s when I had to go to a handicap goods place in California to get it made. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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