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In appreciation of TIE Fighter.


Sad Loser
Jan 4, 2005
I was privileged enough to have an SVI QS-113 joystick back when I played X-Wing and graduated to a Microsoft Sidewinder Precision Pro just in time to play TIE Fighter.

Then I bought a used Microsoft Force Feedback 2 for 35€ in the mid-2000s and never looked back. I fucking love this joystick and it feels just so right playing these classic games with it.
This is the best joystick ever made.
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