StrikerDC Controller for Sega Dreamcast - Retro Fighters

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StrikerDC Controller for Sega Dreamcast - Retro Fighters

Built from the ground-up. Built for you.

From the sleek, ergonomic next generation features to the ports, chipset, and software, the StrikerDC was built from the ground-up to bring you the first Dreamcast controller of its kind.  Relive your favorite classic games like never before.

No sacrifices.

The StrikerDC is fully compatible with all first-party VMUs, Vibration Packs, 4x Memory Cards and Microphone.  Pull out your original accessories and play to your heart’s content.

Improvements all around.

Take your gaming to the next level with digital shoulder buttons and added pressure sensitive triggers – perfect for fighting games.  No matter what game you play, the StrikerDC adapts to you.

And, unlike the original Dreamcast controller, the cord on the StrikerDC comes out of the top, instead of the bottom – no more annoying distractions.

Fits like a glove. Plays like a beast.

Ergonomically designed for comfort and hours of gameplay, the StrikerDC has been engineered with a high quality and responsive D-pad, comfortable and responsive analog stick, improved visibility VMU viewing window and a turbo function to help get you to the next level.



  • Ergonomic and modern design
  • Compatible with 1st party VMUs, Vibration Packs, 4X Memory Cards, and Microphone (some 3rd party accessories may be incompatible)
  • High quality and responsive D-pad
  • Added both pressure sensitive triggers and digital shoulder buttons
  • Turbo function to help get you to the next level
  • Comfortable and responsive analog stick
  • Improved visibility VMU viewing window
  • Extra long 10’ cord



33 Reviews

  • 5
    Great 3rd party Dreamcast controller

    Posted by Kyle Agar on Mar 6th 2024

    Great alternative to the original Dreamcast controller!!!

  • 5
    Best Modern Controller for the Dreamcast

    Posted by Melvin on Nov 2nd 2023

    Having use the original Dreamcast controller and brook adapters pairing with xbox/ps4 controllers, this controller is now my go-to for using with the Dreamcast for most games. It is very comfortable with nice responsive buttons and analog stick. Bonus is the long cord which allows me to comfortably play the Dreamcast from my couch. Highly recommended!

  • 5
    Great controller

    Posted by Joseph Macri on Oct 27th 2023

    This controller feels way better then the original dreamcast controllers...never really liked the dreamcast controller so this is appreciated

  • 4

    Posted by Paul Agrell-Smith on Aug 31st 2023

    Good action on analog, minimal lag , d-pad is excellent, especially for fighting games. Button positions are comfortable, even for big hands. Overall, a well constructed, comfortable input to use, nice long cable is a definite plus for a big game room. I am really looking forward to the wireless model, but for the time being, this is my go-to leaps and bounds above the OEM model. 4.5/5

  • 5
    The Striker DC controller was a perfect fit!

    Posted by James D on Jun 8th 2023

    I had been enjoying the findings on when I came across this unique and modern take on the dreamcast controller; I ordered it immediately and to my pleasant surprise, it arrived same week! The shipping was super fast, and it was packaged well, the actual controller is a modern marvel, it adds bumper style buttons that function the same as the triggers, good for fighting games, and was fully compatible with my first party vmu and accessories. I would definitely recommend as it was a much more ergonomic fit than the classic OEM dreamcast controller, it even has a forward facing cord!

  • 4
    Overall very nice but with a few small nitpicks

    Posted by Jeff on Apr 24th 2023

    Another great quality offering from RetroFighters!

    The buttons, plastics used for the body, and everything else feels sturdy and you can tell they are of great quality. The D-Pad works really well although a bit of a thumb stretch when playing fighting games(the analog stick is much better there). I`m also probably used to how small the OEM controller`s D-pad is. The analog stick is good but it suffers a little like the RF BrawlerGen in that it seems to have a large dead zone and takes a long travel to engage your direction. The triggers work well in most games but aren`t really pressure sensitive and take a bit to start engaging a button press as well. I kind of like how insane the shoulder buttons are though, in racing games or Crazy Taxi your gas pedal goes straight to the floor right when you press the button! Just a few small gripes but overall they`re not humongous deal breakers in this case.

    I will be using this as my main Dreamcast controller and retiring my original.

  • 4
    StrikerDC Next-Gen Dreamcast Controller - Pretty Good!

    Posted by Bryan S on Apr 14th 2023

    I`m in love with this thing - it`s way more comfortable and provides a better fit than the original Dreamcast controller.

    Buttons feel solid and responsive. My only issue is with the thumbstick - it seems of slightly lesser build quality and (maybe this is just me) it seems as though there`s a bigger deadzone than on the original controller.

    I tested this against my original controller and found that directional input via the thumbstick was more responsive using the original controller. However, this didn`t break gameplay for me, and I definitely recommend trying this out.

  • 1
    Even Worse Than the Brawler64

    Posted by Cory on Feb 12th 2023

    I used one of these at a game store and it feels TERRIBLE. It weighs practically nothing, the thumbstick is way too loose, the triggers feel awful, and it just feels cheap all around.

    Stay away, buy an OEM Sega controller.

  • 3
    Perfectly serviceable, but not comparable to other modern controllers

    Posted by Owen on Jan 12th 2023

    To preface, the OG Dreamcast controllers is one of my least favorite controllers to use, so I was really hoping that the StrikerDC would be a great alternative. Now that I’ve got it I’ll say that it *is* definitely a step up from the original DC controller, but it’s not something I’d choose over an xbox controller + a Wingman SD adapter. It is nice to be able to use real VMUs and a rumble pack (unlike the Brook adapter), but the stick tension is super loose and the dpad doesn’t have a lot of travel or tactility. A tighter analog stick + a Saturn-style d-pad would elevate this imo, but as it is now it’s just ok (but still better than the original DC controller!).