Reddit Reddit reviews MAYFLASH Universal Arcade FIGHTSTICK F500 for PS4/PS3/ Xbox ONE/Xbox 360/PC/Android/Switch/NEOGEO Mini/SEGA MEGA Drive/SEGA Genesis

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MAYFLASH Universal Arcade FIGHTSTICK F500 for PS4/PS3/ Xbox ONE/Xbox 360/PC/Android/Switch/NEOGEO Mini/SEGA MEGA Drive/SEGA Genesis
High Quality Arcade Stick for PS4/PS3/XBOX ONE/XBOX 360/PC USB/Android/NEOGEO mini/SEGA MEGA DRIVE/SEGA GENESISSupports the headsets to output the background music and online chat on PS4, Xbox One.Supports the Turbo functions with different speed settings. Supports the PC XINPUT and DINPUTCompatible with Sanwa Denshi buttons and joystick that is perfect for customizationUpdate to the latest firmware on MAYFLASH.COM
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19 Reddit comments about MAYFLASH Universal Arcade FIGHTSTICK F500 for PS4/PS3/ Xbox ONE/Xbox 360/PC/Android/Switch/NEOGEO Mini/SEGA MEGA Drive/SEGA Genesis:

u/whinemore · 7 pointsr/Tekken

I don't know about "very cheap" but for under 100 this is as good as it gets

It's around 89 bucks and moddable, a good introduction to fightsticks as the base parts are not bad for the price at all.

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/Captainmcspanky · 3 pointsr/fightsticks

I bought a mayflash f500. It's 89 dollars on Amazon. You can change the artwork easily to customize it which was a plus. Out if the box it's a good beginner stick but if you want to make it even better it's upgradable with sanwa denshi parts.

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/x86_64Ubuntu · 3 pointsr/programming
u/doomboy222 · 3 pointsr/fightsticks

I made my own mixbox with a mayflash and keyswitch tester.

Mayflash f500:

Keyswitch Tester:

I bought 2 keyswitch testers. I cut the center out of the first so that I could wire up the second to the keys.

I just superglued them to the plexiglass of the box.


Its a super janky build but the whole thing was a lot of fun and its exactly what I wanted. With the height of the keys and angle.

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/KevboAG · 2 pointsr/GameDeals

The Mayflash F500 is pretty decent for the money. I've been using the Mayflash F300 for a couple of years. Its not the best stick, but far from the worst. I did a video comparing the the F300 to the Madcatz Fightstick and Fightstick TE if you want to see how it stacks up.

u/aloehart · 1 pointr/StreetFighter

The stick from Amazon

The art I threw together quickly in Photoshop and printed on legal paper.

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/felipusrex · 1 pointr/appletv

Yes there are services that have "suites" in places like Miami and they take care of importing and shipping. Everything after $50 pays 16% taxes, tho. And shipping depends on weight and size.

A while ago there was a service from a mexican carrier called "Estafeta" (imagine UPS) that had the idea ot charge 35 dollars a YEAR for unlimited packages from ebay up to 50 dollars and I don't remember hoy much weight, and then they charged for the extra or the import duties. Oh it was a great year! I bought a lot of crap! They had a facility in Texas, but it was ebay exclusive.

The last controller I got is a Mayflash F500 that I got yesterday.

u/Crusty_Dick · 1 pointr/fightsticks

I'd recomend this for under 100$. I use it as my travel stick. Mayflash F500 Arcade Fight Stick for PS4/PS3/XBOX ONE/Xbox 360/PC/Android/Switch/NEOGEO mini

Solid size, easy to pack for traveling, and if you plan on modding.

u/jackylegs99 · 1 pointr/dragonballfighterz

Personally I bought the Mayflash F500 and bought a replacement stick and buttons from here. I'm super happy with it. My only complaint is that the rubber pads on the bottom did fall off presumably to cheap glue, but that's easily fixed. Feels really solid for the price point of ~110, plus it's my own stick, ya know.

u/hugs_n_giggles · 1 pointr/fightsticks

>I can’t find which stick is in the Mayflash F500.

>Are both arcade sticks identical or completely different?

Identical for the most part, the difference is the button colors and that's probably it.

>MagicBoost from F500 is suitable for Joytron?

Probably, the PCB should be the same.

>Mayflash and Joytron the same company?

The design is mass made in China so really any company can buy a bunch and brand it as their own. I don't think Mayflash and Joytron are the same company.

>Joytron will be a good stick as the first stick?

It's fine.

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/Jess_Starfire · 1 pointr/DCcomics

I'm partial to standard controllers (Ps4/Xbox thought I mostly game on console and prefer PS4/PS3 controllers) for fighting games but my boyfriend loves using a fight stick. This is the one I got him for Christmas and he loves it.

u/bkn1090 · -1 pointsr/fightsticks

You can swap all parts with sanwa if you want to but the stock parts are honestly fine to start with