View Poll Results: Top Ten Unconventional Arcade Controls

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  • Mazer Blazer

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  • Prop Cycle

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  • Defender

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  • Atari Video Pinball

    1 25.00%
  • Beatmania

    1 25.00%
  • Punch Bag

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  • Boon-Ga Boon-Ga

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  • Dance Dance Revolution

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  • Thayers Quest

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  • Rapid River

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  • Midnight Resistance

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Thread: 2017.07 Top Ten Unconventional Controls

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    Default 2017.07 Top Ten Unconventional Controls

    Take your pick from the unusual picks.
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    I would have chosen Street Fighter, the original arcade machine. The later versions of the game used standard buttons, but the original release used a pressure sensitive pad to determine whether you did a light, mid, or heavy hit.

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    Even though I don't like the game, that was on my first list but got booted off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miner2049er View Post
    Even though I don't like the game, that was on my first list but got booted off.
    The original I have fond memories of, just because it was one of the first 3 arcade machines I played as a child, along with Joust and Super Dodgeball

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