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Classic Game Room XBOX 360 DREAM STICK arcade joystick review
Classic Game Room XBOX 360 DREAM STICK arcade joystick review
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Classic Game Room HD reviews the Xbox 360 DREAM STICK arcade joystick from Dream Arcades. The Dream Stick is a real 8-way arcade style joystick that is perfect for games like Ms. Pac Man as well as Frogger, Scramble and Ikaruga. It is also ideal for the numerous fighting games on Xbox 360 like Street Fighter IV, Tekken 6, Street Fighter II, UIimate Mortal Kombat 3 and Soulcalibur 4. Awesome build quality and heavy construction make this one controller that won't slide around the coffee table with vigorous gameplay. This is a wireless controller that runs on two AA batteries and has six buttons on front. Those wanting a joystick to play games with the triggers and dual analog sticks should stick with the standard 360 controller though, the Dream Stick is made for fighting and arcade games only. Manufactured by Dream Arcades, a developer of home arcade machines, cabinets and cocktail video game arcades. The Dreamstick is an Xbox 360 arcade player's dream come true. This CGR review of the Xbox 360 Dream Stick reviews the Dream Stick on video showing the Dream Stick in HD.

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