When it comes to the world of video game accessories, there are some names that keep on popping up – Razer, Logitech, Cyborg, and Mad Catz, of course. Well, we are pleased to announce that Mad Catz has decided to work on Street Fighter X Tekken controllers for the upcoming video game of the same title, where this multi-year agreement would include North America and the European territories.
We do know that Mad Catz will have the Street Fighter X Tekken Arcade FightStick PRO that will come in two flavors – one for the Xbox 360, while the other will target PlayStation 3 owners. Regardless of which model you decide to bring home and bash your opponent with, they will still retail for $159.99 apiece. You definitely will no longer experience the soreness of a PlayStation thumb, but rather, execute such precise moves in the beat ‘em up thanks to these new tools.
According to Darren Richardson, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz Interactive, Inc., “Street Figher X Tekken is one of the most anticipated fighting game titles of all time and we are excited to bring our award winning range of FightSticks and controllers to this premium brand. Our range of fighting game controllers continues to be received with enthusiasm amongst passionate gamers and we are convinced that the forthcoming Street Fighter X Tekken videogame will see sustained demand for our flagship range.”
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