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Classic Game Room X ARCADE PS3 Xbox adapter review
Classic Game Room X ARCADE PS3 Xbox adapter review
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X-Arcade PS3 Xbox adapter review. Classic Game Room reviews the X-ARCADE Playstation 3 & Xbox adapter that allow the X-Arcade Tankstick to work with the PS3 and original Xbox. The X-Arcade makes for an awesome fighting stick arcade style joystick (once you replace the joystick with a Happ of course) and can be used for such awesome PS3 videogames as Super Street Fighter IV, Tekken 6 and Blazblue. This X Arcade accessory allows the massive Xarcade Tank Stick to work on the original old school Xbox and Playstation 3. The adapter is well engineered and works like a champ without noticeable lag (at least I think so), it can be configured to act as the analog thumbstick, D-pad or dual stick twin stick shooter controls.

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