Professional Fighter Pad
From Sega Retro
|Professional Fighter Pad|
|Made for: Sega Mega Drive|
|Manufacturer: Access Line, Freetron, Slick Sticks|
|Type: Control pad|
The Professional Fighter Pad (Fighter II) is a third-party Sega Mega Drive controller of unknown origin. It is a six button contorller featuring turbo and slow switches and comes with a screw-in joystick which can be attached to the d-pad - an evolution of the Professional Control Pad (PRO-4).
Though it has not yet been ascertained which of the many variants of this controller came first, it is thought, like its "predecessor" Sega Ozisoft inevitably licensed the Professional Fighter Pad as an official Sega product in Australia. This control pad and its variants are also quite common in New Zealand, although have emerged in numerous territories over the years.
Slick Sticks released this controller as the Voyager 6 in parts of Europe, with controllers by Access Line seeing a limited release in North America. A Turbo 6 model by an unknown distributor lacks the screw-in thumbstick but is otherwise identical.
- Main article: Professional Fighter Pad/Magazine articles.
|Sega Retro Average|
|Mega Drive, ("Sega")|
|Mega Drive, (Access Line)|
|Mega Drive, (Turbo 6)|
|Third-party controllers for the Sega Mega Drive|