|Fast facts on the Arcade Power Stick|
|Made for: Sega Mega Drive|
The Arcade Power Stick has three face buttons equipped with turbo features, which whose speed can be configured. A version by S-Chi was also released.
The Japanese release of the Arcade Power Stick features a joystick with microswitches, akin to arcade hardware. All non-Japanese versions of the peripheral utilize joysticks with rubber contacts, similar to the D-pad of a standard controller. All releases regardless of region use face buttons with rubber contacts, identical in function to that of a standard controller.
The Arcade Power Stick was followed by the Arcade Power Stick 6B.
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