Fighting Commander PC

From NEC Retro

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Fighting Commander PC
Made for: PC Engine
Manufacturer: Hori
Type: Control pad
Release Date RRP Code
PC Engine
¥2,9802,980 HPJ-07

The Fighting Commander PC is an unlicensed six-button controller manufactured by Hori for the PC Engine. It is essentially an alternative to the earlier Avenue Pad 6, as it is compatible with all the same games.


The Fighting Commander PC differs from the Avenue Pad 6 in that it has turbo switches for all six buttons, not just the standard and buttons. However, the turbo switches for buttons and are inexplicably shared for some reason. The Hori Commander PC is shaped more like a typical Super Famicom controller, specifically the original Fighting Commander pad, which had six face buttons instead of the standard four face buttons and two shoulder buttons. The Mega Commander released for the Mega Drive also has the same design.

Physical scans

PC Engine, JP
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Third-party controllers for the PC Engine