Just Some Bees, Please!

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Just Some Bees, Please!

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This is an arcade stick that I have been working on for a while. Not all of this is my work but it is all my idea.

One day while thinking about arcade sticks I thought how cool it would be to make a MGS themed one. My friend is a Metal Gear enthusiast and we used to quote Johnny-Utah's flash from MGS Flash Collab Disc 2. There is something about that flash that always made me grin ear to ear every time I saw it. I put together a fun idea based upon his work.

Credits: a fond thank you to
Jaimito from Deviantart: for the artwork I commissioned from you. You brought my idea to life to make an awesome piece of hardware even more excellent.
Nitewalker from SRK: for the excellent box
Focus Attack.com: For all of my arcade stick supply needs
Toodles from SRK: for being the god of PCBs

Parts list:
LS-58 Stick
Buttero Balltop
Seimitsu PS14 K Buttons
MC Cthulhu
Sinix Chrome feet
Neutrik USB coupler

The Pain from MGS 3: Just Some Bees, Please
Cammy from Street Fighter: Codename Killer Bee
Mai Shiranui from The King of Fighters: Hissatsu Shinobi Bacchi! (Super Deadly Ninja Bees)
Q-Bee: Soul Bee from the Makai

Hope you like it

Made by ANC FuryofFrog (Me)


I think every part of this is an excellent idea and if I had the money I'd try and commission one for myself given that I just started playing SFIV like a week ago. I love that the button layout and the stick match the whole bee thing and I dig the cartoon the joke comes from. I don't know how I feel about the polished looking wood casing but otherwise I dig this.

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Oct 15, 2012 | 3:32 AM EDT
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