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To get an authentic experience when playing arcade games on your PC or XBox Live Arcade, you need legitimate arcade hardware. A good stick still costs a fair bit of coin however it's not that hard to make one of your own at reduced cost. Full written tutorial: http:x2jiggy.com201201xbox-pc-arcade-joystick More videos and projects at Twitter: @x2Jiggy **** DISCLAIMER ***** The viewer assumes all responsibility and liability associated with the hazards of operating the various tools and processes required to complete this project. The author has no control over how a viewer will act as a result of obtaining information in this video. The author shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions that may be present in this video. The author will not be responsible for any damage or harm to yourself or your equipment. Obviously this will void any warranties. ************************* Music: 'Jarvic 8' Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http:creativecommons.orglicensesby3.0

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