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      HORI Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa Fight Stick for Nintendo Switch & PC

      Item Code: 158234
      Buy NEW $349.95

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      Manufacturer's Description

      Officially Licensed by Nintendo. HORI's brought their unparalleled fighting peripheral expertise to the Nintendo Switch with the console's first tournament-grade fighting stick. The Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa offers HORI's patented original Hayabusa joystick and buttons, turbo function, and a tournament-ready 10 ft. cable, and is modeled after authentic arcade cabinets in Japan. Get the Real Arcade experience and dominate the playing field with this fully functioned, professional level fighting stick. Tailored specifically for the Nintendo Switch and compatible with PC through Xinput, the Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa is the only choice for serious fighting game enthusiasts who settle for nothing but the best.


      • HORI Original Hayabusa joystick and buttons
      • Professional grade steel base arcade cabinet
      • Compatible with Nintendo Switch and PC through Xinput
      • Officially licensed by Nintendo

      In the Box:

      • Controller
      • Instructions
      Item Code 158234
      Packaged Weight 2.85 Kg
      Release Date Thursday, 13th September 2018
      Condition New
      Product Type Arcade & Fight Sticks
      Barcode 873124006087
      Platform(s) PC, Switch
      • Length: 17" / 430 mm
      • Depth: 9.4" / 240 mm
      • Height: 4.9" / 114 mm (Including the Stick Lever)
      • Weight: 4.8 Lbs / 2.2 Kg
      • Cable Length: 9.8 Ft / 3m
      • Stick Lever: HORI original HAYABUSA Arcade Stick
      • Buttons: HORI Original HAYABUSA Buttons
      • Turbo Setting: 5-12-20 times per second

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