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    Razer readies Panthera Evo fighting stick

    It could be good for the upcoming Tekken 7 DLC, featuring Negan from The Walking Dead.
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    Re: Razer readies Panthera Evo fighting stick

    That's £200 for an arcade controller? Wow that's about £30 of parts...
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    Re: Razer readies Panthera Evo fighting stick

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    That's £200 for an arcade controller? Wow that's about £30 of parts...
    Ah yes, but its a gaming device (+25%) and it has RGB (add another 25%)

    And of course, that artwork doesn't come cheap.

    That said it looks reasonably well made (as much as you can tell from the publicity photographs) so if it floats your boat...
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    Re: Razer readies Panthera Evo fighting stick

    Quote Originally Posted by peterb View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    That's £200 for an arcade controller? Wow that's about £30 of parts...
    Ah yes, but its a gaming device (+25%) and it has RGB (add another 25%)

    And of course, that artwork doesn't come cheap.

    That said it looks reasonably well made (as much as you can tell from the publicity photographs) so if it floats your boat...
    You forgot the razer tax
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    Re: Razer readies Panthera Evo fighting stick

    So they can fund this that will only be mostly used within the e-sports crowd and the odd person who wants a classic arcade experience, yet they can't fund a left handed mouse and need to abuse kickstarter for that? Well OK then.

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