I decided to sell my Tournament Edition Fight Stick. I know, I seemed excited. I was, I thought it would be "all that" but apart from feel it wasn't. I couldn't even play with it, I couldn't do the most simple of tasks. I was/am terrible with it. So I've put it on Ebay (not for profit - for my money back)
Pretty annoyed that I sucked with it, I was going to keep it but I just don't see the point. It would become a pretty pointless and over sized paper weight/ornament.
I only used it a couple of times, shame really. It felt special.
Hey, so I ordered something very special on Friday. I had Major doubts about it, and I even emailed the company to cancel it. They told me it was too late, I'd have to return it.
I'm glad I didn't.
What am I talking about?
The Official 20th Anniversary Street Fighter IV Tournament Edition Arcade Fight Stick For
The box itself is a work of art. It's made from very thick robust cardboard with a high quality gloss finish. The front window is covered by two flaps with magnets to old them in place. The stick sits snugly inside seen from the outside plastic window.
I haven't yet dared to take the Fight Stick out. Fist I have to break the seals.
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