HORI Real Arcade Pro Stick 3 (Tekken 6 Design)
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HORI Real Arcade Pro Stick 3 (Tekken 6 Design)

HORI Real Arcade Pro Stick 3 (Tekken 6 Design)

Compatible with PlayStation 3™ (PS3™)
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Original Name  リアルアーケードPro.3
Official Release Date Oct 29, 2009
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0002825621
Catalog No.  HP3-62
Item Code  4961818012110

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:12

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duncandani (5) on 03, May. 2010 18:47 (HKT)
HORI Real Arcade Pro Stick 3 (Tekken 6 Design)
So Happy that I managed to get this fighting stick!! Great design, great weight, perfect button positions, and accurate during gameplay! I could not ask for a better stick!!!
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nothing_please2 (1) on 03, May. 2010 13:45 (HKT)
Not for the feint of heart
I bought this HRAP 3 T6 when it was half price cause I knew I had to mod it.

I replaced the very poor HORI-buttons with Sanwa-buttons (-1) and thought I'd change art while I'm at it since I don't play Tekken.

This is where it got complicated due to the stick/button layout don't seem to be the standard HRAP3 so now it lies in pieces in a drawer.

It's a standard good stick with the JFL joystick from Sanwa but the buttons MUST be replaced.
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svetlana-_- (1) on 03, May. 2010 12:46 (HKT)
Really good starting point...
HRAPs in general are very easy to mod and the original hardware is enough for people to start out with. Such is still the case with the HRAP3. The HORI buttons will feel inferior to Sanwa buttons but being that the joystick is made by Sanwa it's really solid.

I've used it to play on a PS3 but I almost exclusively use it with my PC to play in all kinds of emulators (NES, SNES, MAME, FBA (CPS3, etc.)) and games (Street Fighter 4). Setting it up was as easy as plugging it in, waiting for the hardware to be recognized and drivers to be installed, then starting up the emulator/game and just playing.

When all is said and done all this stick ever needs is new buttons, then it's as good as it gets.
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dark_angel_alex (4) on 27, Apr. 2010 08:39 (HKT)
My First Arcade stick~
Is fricken awesome~ great buy, great price~
highly recommended~
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redtielux (1) on 02, Apr. 2010 14:46 (HKT)
Awesome!
Got my stick a few months ago now and feel safe to say that it is fantastic stick.

Its a solidly built stick weighing close to 4kg which makes it perfect when your mashing out of grabs on ST. It won't move at all and feels very secure when placed on your lap. The stick is of course sanwa and is very responsive. It has a square restrictor plate which takes abit to get use to but is worth it in the end especially if your using charge characters because you don't have to fiddle around trying find d/b all the time. Only downside is that the stick height feels short but thats just personal preference.

The buttons are of ok quality. They feel spongee compared to sanwas but are still very responsive.

Extras are nice. Has turbo features and a switch to assign the stick between using either of the analog sticks or the d-pad. Usb cord is relatively long, I think close to 3 metres. Although I do feel the placement of the turbo button above the stick is annoying as sometimes I accidentally run my left hand across it while executing/mashing on the stick which turns it on.

Overall very good stick! A hundred times better than the HORI fighting stick 3. Works great on PC too. Definitely worth its weight in gold.
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