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- Universal Fighting Stick
US$ 17.102 d, 23:04:41
- Supports Vibration function.
- Supports driver and gun2mouse software on PC.
- For PS2 , Xbox and PC.
- Compatible with MAME, and more than 100 Flash games.
- The first light gun to support CRT, LCD, Plasma & Projector.
- Provides Laser Pointer.
- Provides Auto-Fire Mode and Auto-Reload Mode.
|Release Date||Jan 10, 2006|
||(4.5 out of 5)|
Showing the last 5 reviews, out of a total 11 reviews. Please note that opinions expressed in any review are those of our customers and do not necessarily match those of the Play-Asia.com team.
finally the LCD top gun has arrived, i tested it, and it works perfectly!
Now in 2008 EMS gives a better driver for Topgun, which makes the Topgun much-much better on PC. Topgun is the only gun if you want to play with MAME games on any display. Ideal for nostalgy, works with nes emus, psx emu, arcade emus, pc games.
I was able to calibrate this gun to near-perfect specifications, to match the laser pointer with the mouse in movement.
You need to perform a hardware and software calibration to make the gun work properly.
you will have to download wingun 0.82 B if you are unable to use the calibration software that came with the cd.
Having tried a couple of guns and having no luck on my lcd tv,I have at last found a gun compatible in all ways.easy to set up and having dont that quiet accurate.has everything on it that is required for shooting games.well pleased at last.
Pros: Works on any TV, very accurate, cross platform compatibility, easy to use once you know the quirks, kick is fun
Cons: Issues with certain games, small learning curve on setup, sensitive to certain forms of interference
This thing is GREAT. At first it was a little frustrating setting it up, but once I figured out how to make this thing shine it REALLY did so. When you set up:
- Make SURE the bars and you are facing each other in a straight line for best results.
- UV (ie, Sun) light can mess up the sensor bars. Sounds like a big deal, but if you can set up in a basement or only play at night it's not an issue.
- Make sure you figure out at which distance the gun's sensor can see all parts of the sensor bars. When the laser (In non-calibration mode) lights up strong, you're in the right spot. (I use a small, ~19-20 inch TV, and stand about 2-2.5 yards from it)
Once you get the hang of doing it, calibrating the thing is painless and accurate. I tried using the gun on Time Crisis 3 and had issues with getting it going, as well as full auto fire (Use the full auto switch to use the SMG and it's fine).
Enough negatives here, on to positives. Once you find the sweet spot in relation to your TV, this thing is pretty much spot on. Button placement is flawless, especially the C button in the grip. It's funny, because not only is it convenient, but it really helps with accuracy to grip the gun firmly to depress the C button because it steadies your aim when you pop out in TC. The kick on the gun is nice too, as the slide actually cycles instead of the gun just shaking about. The mechanism didn't hiccup too much even when really jamming on the trigger. If it ever caught, just pull the slide back once and it will work again. The kick can be powered by your console/computer itself, or with a separate plug.
To sum things up, let me just say that I have been playing TC:2 like a madman since this arrived in the mail and I am confident that the gun does not hold back my accuracy at all, even though I had a shaky start with it when I was learning how to get it working properly. Nice kick, awesome button placement, very very good accuracy all outshine minor flaws with the system. Don't miss out on this thing, and stock up on light gun games while the getting's good.
Compatible with PS2, Xbox, PC, PS3
Compatible with PS2, Xbox, PC, PS3
Compatible with PlayStation 3, Xbox360
Compatible with PlayStation 3 (PS3)
Compatible with PlayStation 3, PC & Mac
Compatible with Windows PC, PlayStation 3
Compatible with Xbox360, PC & Mac
Compatible with PC & Mac
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