Tactile and sensual
More Tekken Tag Tournament 2 news. Gaming peripherals company Hori are making a special edition joystick, with a theme to match the said title.
The arcade-style stick is being brought onto the Japanese market in December to coincide with the game's Wii U debut (that rhymes). Gamers over there will have to pay 7980 Yen for the privilege. There's no information on whether a western release will happen - best not to get your hopes up really.
Here's a closer look at this buttoned beauty:
Much like a Classic Controller, the joystick connects into a Wiimote and then works wirelessly.
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