DOA Ultimate Xbox controller

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  1. PhreQuencYViii

    PhreQuencYViii Champion of the Forum

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    If anyone here owns the guide for DOAU, you'll see an ad for some DOA controllers. I searched the net and checked the site that was supposedly making them (they made the SF controllers) but never found any info at all other then sites saying they were coming soon. Did they ever actually come out?
     
  2. Gamemaster14XIV

    Gamemaster14XIV The Master of All Games

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    Sadly The Dead or Alive Ultimate controllers were canceled and never released.
     
  3. PhreQuencYViii

    PhreQuencYViii Champion of the Forum

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    Was there any reason or anything?
     
  4. Yakumo

    Yakumo Pillar of the Community *****

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    Really?? They were Canceled ?? I'd better keep a hold of these images that I took then at the Tokyo Game Show in 2005

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  5. PhreQuencYViii

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    No, those are for the 360, but are cool looking hehe. These were for regular Xbox.

    The ad:

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    Was that bottom controller in your pic a DOA controller?
     
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  6. Yakumo

    Yakumo Pillar of the Community *****

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    Ah, them ones ! Sorry.

    Yes, the bottom controller in my picture is for Dead Or Alive 4 by Hori but of course will work on any Xbox 360 game.

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  7. PhreQuencYViii

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    What made it for DOA though? Was it just marketed with some art on the box or controller or something?
     
  8. Yakumo

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    No idea to be honest. I think Hori were just using Dead or Alive 4 as an excuse for people to buy the pad since it "feels much better" than the official pad for 3D fighting games, or so they say.

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  10. Yakumo

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    I prefear the prototype. Looks much cleaner than the blue one. I wonder why they changed the colour?

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    The buttons on the proto aren't clear and the tops on the analog sticks are smaller.... Hmmmm...
     
  12. Yakumo

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    To be honest I never look at the button markings anyway so the lack of letters on them wouldn't bother me. As for the analogue sticks I prefer the smaller ones because I have smaller fingers :) The main difference that I like about the proto is the colour. Just looks so cool compared to the dull looking blue one.

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