Reddit Reddit reviews Mayflash F300 Arcade Fight Stick Joystick for PS4 PS3 XBOX ONE XBOX 360 PC Switch NeoGeo mini

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Mayflash F300 Arcade Fight Stick Joystick for PS4 PS3 XBOX ONE XBOX 360 PC Switch NeoGeo mini
Compatible with PS4 PS3 XBOX ONE XBOX360 PC Android Switch NeoGeo miniCompatible with Sanwa Denshi buttons and joystick that is perfect for customizationSupports the XINPUT and DINPUT when being used on PCA SONY PS4 Controller is required when using on a PS4 Game ConsoleMicrosoft XBOX 360 or XBOX ONE Controller is required when using on a XBOX 360 or XBOX ONE Console
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52 Reddit comments about Mayflash F300 Arcade Fight Stick Joystick for PS4 PS3 XBOX ONE XBOX 360 PC Switch NeoGeo mini:

u/FB_PlayerB · 13 pointsr/dragonballfighterz

Link below to the fight pad I customized it myself!

Mayflash F300 Arcade Fight Stick Joystick for PS4 PS3 XBOX ONE XBOX 360 PC Switch NeoGeo mini

u/olbaze · 7 pointsr/fightsticks

Qanba Drone if you're on PS4 and do not care about artwork swapping. Venom Arcade Stick if you're on PS4 and want artwork swapping. Mayflash F300 if you're on Xbox or Switch and do not care about artwork swapping. Mayflash F500 if you're on Xbox or Switch and want artwork swapping. Qanba Carbon if you're PC-only and care about artwork swapping.

All of these sticks can be easily modified with higher quality levers or buttons at a later date. Personally, I went with the Venom Arcade Stick, upgraded it with Sanwa parts, used it for a few years and then switched to a full custom.

u/Etalus · 7 pointsr/RivalsOfAether

It sounds like you are looking for a fightstick.

u/fluxual · 5 pointsr/RetroPie

Might I recommend [mayflash 300 arcade stick] ( for fighting games. 60 bucks and works on almost everything (with a caveat that it must be plugged into a wireless xbox one/ps4 controller to be used on those systems). No extra steps for PC or retropie, works right out of the box.

u/sav86 · 3 pointsr/xboxone

This isn't new, this is exactly the same as my Mayflash fightstick, exact body and with Playstation, Xbox and PC. It's got cheap parts or considered to be some of the cheapest parts for fightsticks in general, but the useful bit is the 'turbo' feature that it allows for some buttons.

This is nothing but a rebrand or third party acquiring already available parts from a parts supplier. It's very similar to units like a XIM4 that use a controller as a middle man to provide inputs across a controller. You plug the unit or fightstick into the console first then then plug the controller into the fightstick and it piggy backs of the controller inputs.

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u/X3N016 · 3 pointsr/dbfz

Id get this instead, it's the one I'm using for now

u/AedandoRL · 3 pointsr/Tekken

I did this:

u/samus12345 · 3 pointsr/RetroPie

I'd recommend the Mayflash f300 because it works with pretty much anything and can be upgraded with more high quality parts later if you want. the elite version already has high quality parts if you want to skip that step.

u/OavatosDK · 3 pointsr/smashbros

Sticks like this or this are definitely "not good enough". If you read the associated reviews and they speak positively it is almost always in context of "budget" and "easily modded".

If you've never played on generic parts vs. good ones you'd be surprised how big the difference is. It isn't just some weird snake oil elitism.

u/sip_sigh_repeat · 3 pointsr/StreetFighter

There are really only three reasons to build a stick, and short-term cost isn't one of them:

  1. Build quality. A custom stick can use an all-metal case or even wood, both of which tend to be more durable than plastics found in many popular commercial sticks.

  2. Parts. Custom sticks are generally very easy to modify, all of the hardware and PCBs can be replaced easily. Couple this with a good case and it's not uncommon for your arcade stick to last multiple generations of consoles, with just a PCB upgrade. Customs sticks allow you to use the hardware you prefer, the layout you prefer, and you can find PCBs that work on more systems than are usually available in retail sticks.

  3. It's your own. You can not only customize the art, but the look of the stick itself. The best custom sticks are amazing pieces of art in their own right when the case, art, and hardware all complement each other. Many commercial sticks you can't change the art, and even for the few where that's possible, you are still stuck with the default case.

    Because of the first two reasons, a custom stick can be a great long-term investment, since a new PCB is much, much cheaper than a new high-quality stick.

    In the short-term though, it costs as much as a high end stick, especially if your case is all-metal or other high cost solutions.

    In your case I would recommend the new Mayflash sticks, like this one or something like the Qanba Drone.

    Both sticks you could upgrade with a little work, but are in any case good starter sticks. You might find them a little small or too light, and the parts aren't the highest quality, but it's probably best to start with one of these sub $100 options, then if you are enjoying stick a lot, move to a high end sanwa stick for ~$250.
u/yoimdumbsry · 3 pointsr/fightsticks

You can go as cheap as this or as expensive as this

An in-between may be this or this (larger, comes with plexi and has custom artwork capability) since you could swap the parts out with your sanwa parts pretty easily.

Another option would be this if you want the same as the F300 but with bluetooth but it'd require some cable splicing as it only has four 2pin connectors while Sanwa uses 5pin for the joystick.

u/dankcushions · 3 pointsr/RetroPie

probably the best one. at that budget you're not getting the best feel and durability, but this one is at least moddable so you could add sanwa parts later if you wanted.

i have an unmodded version (the venom ps4 - i think it's basically the same stick) and it's fine for me.

u/Jwach · 2 pointsr/xboxone

Absolutely. I use the Mayflash F300. Great customizable universal stick at a great price. You'll probably want a new stick and restrictor right off the bat.

u/hizzlekizzle · 2 pointsr/retrogaming

What u/Deev12 said is absolutely true.

However, if you're looking for semi-casual gaming, 8bitdo just put out their NES30 bluetooth joystick (the only bluetooth stick around, AFAIK) and it's very decent. The buttons are easily swapped out with Sanwa/Seimitsu parts if the need arises, though the stick is not, and it works with PC/Mac/Linux, as well as Wii/U and Switch and any of their NES and SNES retro adapters.

Mayflash also makes some relatively cheap, moddable sticks, including this one, which supports PS1/PS2 in addition to PC (though this one is harder to mod than their more modern sticks, I think).

u/Bhumer · 2 pointsr/Skullgirls

Yeah, no problem. I'd recommend this one because it works with almost every platform: Mayflash F300 Arcade Fight Stick Joystick for PS4 PS3 XBOX ONE 360 PC

u/Mountainjew69 · 2 pointsr/MortalKombat

Well with fightsticks it’s safe to say go big or go home because most cheap ones are garbage but this one is a special circumstance. You’ll probably eventually upgrade it or upgrade to a new one but if you don’t do either of those things it will last you a super long time!

u/StaticSh0T · 2 pointsr/dragonballfighterz

The Mayflash F300 is super cheap and really durable and comes with great parts- nothing beats this within that price range and many people start off w/ the F300 due to these reasons; it's an overall great stick and has an amazing price.

The F300 has a newer version though which is the F500 it's about $30 more expensive, but the case itself is a bit bigger so it sits on the lap easier(also better for people with bigger hands) and has some metal plates on the top and bottom which means more durability and just feels more premium. It also includes more features than the F300 such as: a headphone jack(apple?) and a much easier artwork change option. Hopefully this helps, but you should also watch some YouTube vids about budget fightsticks as theres tons of content about those :)

u/ten_vrah · 2 pointsr/Gifts

Edit: I added links to Amazon products that are pretty nice and fit into your budget, if none of these work or you wanted advice on finding similar ones on slightly cheaper budgets just let me know and I'd love to help out!


I realize some people like them, and I mean no disrespect to u/MNLegoBoy but please do not get him a steam controller. I own one and me and everyone I've ever known who used one absolutely hated it.


If he only has one monitor in his setup I would highly suggest getting him a decent second monitor to have discord, youtube, or whatever else he wants up while he plays. It can be really helpful and never hurts to have.


If that doesn't work, you know about his setup...

and he uses a headset with a built-in mic I would suggest getting him this microphone and this interface. Even though they're cheap they're more than good enough and make people feel more legit because they're more like a streamer setup.


and he really likes his headphones/has really nice headphones but doesn't have a headphone stand or mount for him to keep his headphones on and keep his desk organized.


and he's into fighting games or older arcade games you could get him a fighting stick (be careful on this one, if he doesn't have room or likes using his KBM I wouldn't suggest it. It might also help to get one on a higher budget.)

u/Quoub · 2 pointsr/MvC2

I use . I replaced the buttons and stick with sanwa parts. My only complaint is that it's a bit lighter than I would like it.

If you want one for dreamcast I have no clue, so sorry about that.

u/SuperflyD · 2 pointsr/PS4

If you don't want to spend a lot the Mayflash F300 isn't bad.

u/Drazon · 2 pointsr/fightsticks

Have you looked at the [Qanba Q1] ( or the [F300 Mayflash] ( ?

These were the two that I was looking at before upping my budget to the Qanba Q4 RAF.

I think they're able to upgrade to sanwa buttons and levers but unable to change the panel artwork without printing out a massive sticker.

u/rudius · 2 pointsr/StreetFighter

Get this instead:

I just got it today in the mail and it's not bad. Definitely needs to be modded and the reviews say you can do that easily.

u/suitupalex · 2 pointsr/smashbros

Yup it's available on Steam! I'm actually on PC myself.

If you're interested, this is the stick I bought.

There's an infographic that puts the previous version of this stick in shit tier, so don't get confused. This new one is supposed to be great for newbies since it doesn't break the bank, and it can be modded with Sanwa parts easily.

I don't have any experience with fighting sticks, but it feels great to me. If I do my inputs purposefully, it all registers the way I expect so that's probably a good sign.

u/Supascopa · 1 pointr/Tekken

I realize that I need to go up to $199 + for a great stick that will last me.

I stumbled upon this in a thread here:

It might be a little on the small side, but as an entry point, budget stick, doesn't this look OK?

u/Excalibur0123 · 1 pointr/mvci

I was in the same boat, I was trying to find a good fightstick for cheap. I found this one and I got it, it's a great stick. I'm trying to get used to stick controls but from everything I read its a great stick to customize.

u/bathnasty · 1 pointr/mvci

So I assume this means that the legacy mode in SF5 is not in this game? Can I use that universal stick I read about?

Mayflash F300 Arcade Fight Stick Joystick for PS4 PS3 XBOX ONE 360 PC

u/UnsungSenpai · 1 pointr/Blazblue

This May flash for about 59.99 i got for a friend says it's a good "starter".

Overtime its a solid practice arcade stick to afford and if you're still not ready for a more expensive arcade stick. You CAN customize the buttons or the square gate if you want to.

u/Junkbear · 1 pointr/gaming

Get an older desktop and set it up with Mame (multiple arcade machine emulator) and an older vga compatible tv, probably a little 23, 24 inch one if you can find one on craigslist, then build a cabinet for it when you can. You'll end up a little closer to $300-400 when you're all done but you can set up hundreds of games depending on how you set your controls up, and you can build as you go, maybe start with one button and joystick pad, then add another for 2 player, or keep it at one player and add a light gun, etc,

u/IMSmurf · 1 pointr/Fighters

hey I'm not as serious about fighting games to buy a $300 stick (which is absolutely crazy do they come with heroine or something?) Anyway I was looking at this and wondering if this is good enough to hold me for awhile?

u/wisdom_and_frivolity · 1 pointr/Fighters

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u/FergusMacBolg · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

Can't find the hardware thread so

First off lemme say that no one I know is dropping $120+ on something for little ol' me.

But if someone will spend a little less and then I can plunk some better buttons in there, that sounds great to me. I'm looking at these 4 options right now:

Doesn anyone have any experience with these out of the box and after modding? Any issues? I will also be using this to play GG and possibly BB if that makes any difference.

u/lakislavko96 · 1 pointr/fightsticks

I would add at under 100 USD this one.

u/FatalCutieTTF · 1 pointr/fightsticks

What do you think of this one?

I think I actually like this one a lot, I looked up a review of the mini and it wasn’t great, and I want to build an arcade cabinet in my room. And I think I may be able to use this on all my consoles (including PS2, I’m getting CVS2 tomorrow) so what do you think?

u/FunkyTK · 1 pointr/TwoBestFriendsPlay

I've been using this one for like half a year (sparingly mind you). And it works like a charm. And it's universal, so. There's that.

u/The_Battler · 1 pointr/fightsticks

Mayflash F300

Mayflash F500

Also 8bitdo apparently has a fight stick that works on Android too.

I'd go with the Mayflash sticks though since I see people actually buy those and post them here (usually with Sanwa parts swapped in on Reddit though lol).

u/Torragg · 1 pointr/Tekken

150 Arcade stick... yeah right

Apparently that thing is pretty good though and is pretty much the same price as an Xbox or PS controller.

u/-dPhidt · 1 pointr/MvC3

I'm looking for a stick to play UMvC3 and SFV on PC. This mayflash stick is pretty cheap and is the amazon recommended one, but my buddies who play the games recommend this hori one. I've used the xbox/pc version of the stick that my buds recommend and I really like it, but I want to know if it's worth it. Any suggestions?

u/Tuwiki · 1 pointr/blazbluextagbattle

I'd go PS4, there are more people to play in general and most tournaments run PS4 so it could be an easier transition.

The actual net code is fine. Not that most people actually understand anything about what they call 'net code'. But for BBTAG it largely depends on your connection and the connection of the person you pair up against.

I always suggest playing with a controller first. Especially with a game like BB TAG. I played with a controller for a few months and later picked up the Mayflash F300. It's not like the best fight stick in the world but it's been a good stick nonetheless. No problems with it and I'd say it was a solid investment for the amount it cost.

I am also fairly new to fighting games. I watched the Central Fiction Top 8 at EVO 2017 with a friend and absolutely had to get into it. Picked up Central Fiction and shortly after DBFZ. Now BBTAG and UNIST. I competed at EVO 2018 last year for BBTAG, DBFZ, and Smash. I didn't win (Obviously) but I certainly didn't do bad. Especially having been playing for less then a year. So yes, you can do it if you have the drive, patience, and will to keep picking yourself up when youre down because fighting games are not easy. For the record, I'm almost 10 years older than you.

u/PlatformKing · 1 pointr/montreal

I got this because it was just to see if I would actually like playing stick. Now that I do, i'm definitely looking to upgrade to something with more quality

u/Rucati · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

Let me preface this with saying I think you should just get a PS4 controller because it's best at that price range. That being said, I can kind of see why maybe you'd want to get a cheap stick. Maybe you aren't sure you really wanna use one, so don't want to commit $200 and you'd like to try it first, which seems relatively reasonable.

You won't find one for less than $50 though, but for $55 there's which at least exists. It isn't going to be great, but it's at least an arcade stick and even though it isn't high quality or anything it's going to feel like any other stick from the standpoint of the layout. So if you've never used a stick and just want to try one to see if you like it I think that's probably the best you can do.

Again though, I think just use a pad, there's nothing wrong with it, they work for other games as well, and it's cheaper and wireless.

u/Goliath--CZ · 1 pointr/Fighters

well. dualshock 4 is a very viable option. although you would have to use th Dpad (which is also a very viable option). you will have to getused to it a lot. if you want a fighting stick, there are some pretty cheap options. - a very cheap fightstick for entry level - improved model of the previous one. has better build quality, parts and is more sturdy, but also more expensive - this is mayflash f500, but with sanwa buttons, which are pretty much the best arcade stick buttons you can get.

you dont have to sink hundreds of dollars into a fightstick


i myself am using a dualshock 4 with the dpad, and it's very viable. half circles are giving me a bit of trouble in tekken, but that's because tekken 4 half circle motion is stupid

u/mastergwaha · 1 pointr/Kappa

i got this one:

great price. no modifications necessary to put in sanwa if you want, i haven't this is great budget.

i purchased the older mayflash and put put in custom pcb and added sanwa stuff. this is good enough that i forgot about even buying parts haha, try it , there is also a version with easy change out art for 20$ more i think.

u/LiamHill360 · 1 pointr/dragonballfighterz
u/SarcasticOverAnalyer · 1 pointr/RetroPie

Is this the fightstick you have?

Do you happen to know if the Mayflash F300 would be viable?

u/Loogoo · -1 pointsr/Tekken

Honestly, if this is your first stick, you aren't sure if you'll like it yet. Don't spend a shit ton of money. I got this
People say that you need a controller plugged in all the time if you play on console but because tekken has legacy support I've never had to do that. Nor have I had to on SFV or dragon ball fighterz. Once I realized I wanted it to definitely use a fighting stick I swapped out the buttons and stick for qanba parts that work just fine. In fact its amazing and overall I spent as much as a normal qanba.