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Ever wonder why if your video goame skill weere great before SAtreet Fighter 2 and better beofre the NES, why that is? IT's because the Industry changed the left handed controller as the standard controller. Not since Beeshu has there been acompany apporved by the system makers to do ambidexterity right. This joystick will be everything a rihgt handed stick plaer would need, adapter or many systems, System and game independednt buuton reprogramming, lightning quick moves, your chouice of parts, and a design that works well for lefties as it does for righthanders. In the tradition of "badboy poads that are Evil or Wicked, the name Sinister has a double meaning. Both the vonvrpt of an unfsir advantage you have when playing, and the literaly Latin meaing of he word Sinister meaning "left Handed." An yes you can be right handed for some purposes and left handed for others. It's just JAMMA and Nintendo changed the definitoin halfway through my childhood. Take back performance. Give yourself options. There a right way and a left way, and habving both is the correct way,

How I road tested my right handed joystick.

I took it to my friend's where me and my friends played Street Fighter II New Challengers. Before we traded off 2 6-button Genesis stick which was almost literally a requirement (you could play with a 3 button, but switching between punches and kicks were awful. You had to press Start each switch, it always defaulted to Punch to start, and you charge a charge move, but you couldn't switch until fight, so good luck pulling off a charge kick move to start. You have to pre-plan, and some moves couldn't be accessed without fiddling with the start button, and that's just one extra factor to deal with. not pretty.) And The 2 top guys were the usual suspects, one of them winning most the time, and the other occasionally dethroning him. This is in a group of 8 friends.

Then I tried my right handed stick. Before the stick, I got a couple wins historically against them with E Honda, mainly because of the dragon punch motion was notably absent. But with the right handed stick, I was winning. I tried some Ken, some Ryu, a little Fei Long, and any character I knew the moves to and had a dragon punch motion. I was winning every game, including against the 2 best. I did so well in SF2NC that everyone was surprised. I never lost. I got bored. The person who is NOW my best friend, and was a good neighborhood friend at the time said there that a Joystick could not make anyone THAT good at Street Fighter if he sucked with a pad, especially if it was right handed. So I said let's test it: