I solder a separate wire to the back of the PCB (in the picture, it where the black wire is soldered). Way more authentic. The Switch must register each controller to use before it recognizes it. I should actually hook up my arcade stick. You have to spend a few weeks to a month to really get used to it. made the switch from dualshock 4 to fightstick recently, anyone know how to help get used to it < > Showing 1-3 of 3 comments . @Kanbei Cool! And... obviously, faster input times. What I've found is Mayflash F300 (there is a F500, but more expensive). I don't seem to get used to the lever. And even then for certain advanced moves and inputs you'll have to figure out how to best move it. I say if you're going to do it, do it right. It will allow you to use the On (unlock)/Off (lock) switch that is featured on all Tournament Edition, Standard Edition, and Fightstick Pro arcade sticks, regardless of the console. ... Well, you could just play a lot using a fightstick. NS: Pikmin 3, Ori Will of the Wisps, FE Three Houses PC: Persona 4, Monster Hunter World I can't seem to have my fightstick as the P1 controls. But I've been thinking about giving this traditional control style a second chance (or third), mostly after being unable to enjoy Ultra Street Fighter II 100% with just the joy-cons, and acquiring an arcade stick which I can use with Xbox 360/One and also Switch. The size, heft and sheer quality makes you feel like you are actually playing at the arcade like when you were a kid. All rights reserved. The hori one is specifically wired for the switch and pc with xinput you wont have any problems with it. I am able to use the fightstick just fine as P2. Something to do with the possibility of them interfering with more than one console. Please login or sign up to reply to this topic, Your recently viewed topics will appear here. From Amazon this is the only one that I know of that would fit that. The cool thing about it is you can upgrade the joystick and buttons. Edited on Sun 16th December, 2018 @ 02:19 by JaxonH. You can’t use just any joystick. Well, you could just play a lot using a fightstick. My Pro controller must be USB to the dock with the USBC cable before the controller works with it. However, its way more fun. You can easily switch out parts if you want especially the buttons. I believe most fighting game tournaments don't even let you use wireless controllers. And, there are a ton of fighting games coming out now for Switch. When I go into the control screen, it only allows an existing xbox controller to be P1 even though it isn't even connected or turned on. Recommended Arcade stick converters for Nintendo Switch? And yes, I've tried the Wireless Gaming Receiver that I use to play on PC with the Xbox 360 controller, but it doesn't work. HORI Nintendo Switch Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa Fight Stick. Even using it sparingly I think it was worth the purchase just for that authentic experience with an HD Street Fighter II. Instructions for using the OTG adapter to connect to the Switch: (When connecting to the Switch base, you do not need to use the OTG adapter)： a.Connect the OTG adapter to the USB port of the arcade joystick, and then insert the OTG type-C port into the switch host. How to fully access all TE features on PS360+ mod, 20-Pin to Harness + 4-pin to harness Guide. Only difference would be a wired plugged into the USB Dock. And I noticed some input lag in Arcade Archives Donkey Kong. You have to spend a few weeks to a month to really get used to it. I can also go into a vs match and manually switch the fightstick to p1, but it only works for that game mode. You probably won't use it all that much. NS: Monster Hunter Rise, @Moroboshi876 I am sort of in the same boat as you. I bought the 8bitdo NES30 arcade Stick from Amazon (link below) when it dropped to $55 recently. You don't just buy one and it works. And with Ultra Street Fighter II, it actually feels like you're back in the arcades, playing the game that started it all. https://www.amazon.com/8Bitdo-Arcade-Stick-Nintendo-Switch-An... Edited on Fri 8th June, 2018 @ 04:47 by Kanbei, Nintendo ID: BeeBindy Only in HD, and with an arcade stick in the comfort of your lap in a leather recliner. I bought the Hori arcade stick, and while yes, it is expensive, I recommend it. The problem is that I need to either get a Brook UFB or use a converter for it to work, but budget being a problem this Christmas season, I decided a converter is the cheapest way to go. Just keep using it until muscle memory takes over. With a D-pad I can see where to stop the direction inputs, but with a stick I can't. 2.When connecting to Switch,you must use Type-C OTG. I want to use my old HRAPV PS3/PS4 on my Switch. And if that isn't done it won't just work with random units. Does anybody know what I could do? Contribute to ebith/Switch-Fightstick development by creating an account on GitHub. I've been testing it and works fine with Xbox One and Switch, although I can see I'll need to get used to it, because I play worse. Automate operation for Nintendo Switch. Ultimate Version 9.0.2 Is Now Live, Her... Where To Pre-Order Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. I am now waiting for a Seimitsu LS-32 joystick to arrive in the mail and I will upgrade that as well. Let us know what you decide! There’s nothing else like it! (OTG is not included.) I don't need a professional arcade stick, after all I'm a noob and don't have a refined taste when it comes to arcade sticks, but this one seems to have good ratings. Usually this is done to reduce input lag, though for more casual gamers (like me) I don’t think wireless would be an issue. Figure out how to grip the stick, there's multiple ways. PLAYING Login or Sign Up. Feb 22, 2016 @ 8:16pm Well the main thing is, just use it. 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Animal Crossing: New Horizons: November Fish And Bugs - C... Super Smash Bros. Edited on Sat 15th December, 2018 @ 18:13 by SwitchForce. I'm playing BlazBlue right now. I did look into this more and it is corded-that was my finding when I thought it was wireless that made me more depressed knowing that part. I enjoy fighting games but am far from a pro. WTF. It will allow you to use the On (unlock)/Off (lock) switch that is featured on all Tournament Edition, Standard Edition, and Fightstick Pro arcade sticks, regardless of the console. I put it as my profile pic so you can see it. Español - Latinoamérica (Spanish - Latin America). Discord: BeeBindy #7636. I guess connectivity with the wireless pad was too difficult in this case. If not I'll have to resort to Xbox One backwards compatibility, but I'd rather play each game on its system. I really love using this stick. Ya, I'm gonna do that. Pandemic. I am also looking to get a fightstick since I have been a keyboard fighter since SF4, so I hope it would be easy to go back to playing using a fightstick again. Also watch. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. They use their own hayabusa stick/buttons which are a great quality thats very close to the quality to sanwa or seimitsu. Anyway, I'm afraid 8bitdo won't work for me, because as I said I have many more fighting games on my Xboxes and I need something that works with them too, and Mayflash does. You need to use YOUR joystick, a weapon of battle customized specifically for you. Switch Friend Code: With Xbox 360 and One it's easy to do, but how can I connect it to the Switch if all I got is joy-cons? It is a designated common ground for the lock switch. @SwitchForce Here's how it works: I solder a separate wire to the back of the PCB (in the picture, it where the black wire is soldered). But man, I'm not gonna lie. So for my example, I would have one wire going to the Start signal (like normal), then the ground wire for the Start button goes to this one.