|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Department||Arcade replacement parts|
|Item model number||GT-Y|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 2 x 1 cm; 9 Grams|
Sanwa GT-Y Octagonal Restrictor Plate for JLF Joysticks
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- fits all Sanwa JLF joysticks
- this has 8 "corners" for easier 8 way control
- Authentic Sanwa GTY part
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This Sanwa GT-Y Octagonal Restrictor plate is perfect for modding your JLF joystick for easier 8 way control. These are simple to put on your JLF. Great for the dedicated fighting game player.
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En cuanto al envió, se solicitó hace un mes ya que no tenia disponibilidad en ese momento, y bueno el restrictor venia bien protegido por burbuja, y así mismo dentro de un sobre.
Definitely recommended. The Sanwa Quality is superb and you can easy tell the difference by using the default stick on Pandora Box.
High Recommended and excellent product. Sanwa manufactures top quality products. Definitely appreciate them making stuff in Japan and doing quality control.
No fué elevado el precio y la calidad de sanwa pues mas que magnifica... siento que hubiera quedado mejor con una pieza de estas circular... pero por desgracia no la vende Amazon, esta de 8 posiciones tambien es muy buena opcion.
Dejó fotos, el acrílico con el centro color amarillo, es el de 8 posiciones, y el que es todo transparente es el de 4 posiciones (El que viene de fábrica con la palanca de 8bitdo). Es genial jugar juegos de peleas con 8 posiciones, los 'poderes' salen más fluidos. Super recomendado !
But after playing with it for a few hours, I think I could provide some valuable information for other potential buyers.
I would naturally assume that when you are looking at this product, you are imaging this restrictor's corners could provide you more precise motion inputs since they could "stuck" your movements. But actually, when your left hand is doing inputs very fast with quite some force, the corners do not necessarily provide that much "restrictions". In fact, an Octagonal Restrictor is more like a compromise between a Round Restrictor and a Corner Restrictor. The design of eight corners feels more like an attempt to smoothen your circular stick movements (compared with a Square Restrictor). If you really want the feeling of "getting strongly restricted", I would actually say that a Square Restrictor is still better.
Last but not the least, using this restrictor really does not make you a better fighting game player. Motion inputs rely on the coordination of your both hands, and a lot of players fail to do Qcf or Z inputs not because of the stick part but more of pressing buttons with the right hand too fast (so their fireballs/dragon punches become crouching punches).