Razer Releases Panthera & Atrox 'Dragon Ball FighterZ' Edition Arcade Sticks

Available for Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One.

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With the increasing popularity of Dragon Ball FighterZ, leading gaming peripheral brand Razer put together a set of special edition arcade sticks created for the game.

Designed with tournament-grade finishes, the Panthera and Atrox feature a title image case and utilize premium Sanwa hardware components with 10 highly responsive Dragon Ball buttons, eight-way joystick and a non-slip base. Available for Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One, the arcade stick is fully mod-capable with accessible internals and storage compartments.

Priced at $220 USD, the Panthera and Atrox Dragon Ball FighterZ edition arcade sticks are available now online and at select Razer retailers.

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