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PostSubject: Re: Using a controller to play Crusade   Fri Nov 20, 2015 1:56 am

wont you still need the drivers for the adapter tho? oh well ill just play smash 4 till i can get it working.
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PostSubject: C stick   Sat Nov 28, 2015 10:02 am

I was able to congigure my c stick in key to joy by just making each direction different input buttons and making each c stick input independent
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PostSubject: Re: Using a controller to play Crusade   Wed Feb 03, 2016 8:42 pm

Considering buying a controller since it's clear i can only go so far with my computer's keyboard, lmao.
Which are some controllers that you recommend me to use for a windows 10 laptop. It's a Dell Inspiron 14 (3000 series).
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PostSubject: Re: Using a controller to play Crusade   Thu Feb 04, 2016 11:20 am

Well I've got a GameCube controller adapter for PC. You can use the official one with PC too.
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PostSubject: Re: Using a controller to play Crusade   Sun Feb 07, 2016 1:17 pm

Sean_McMuffin wrote:
Well I've got a GameCube controller adapter for PC. You can use the official one with PC too.

Are you serious? I just purchased it today because i play with the Wii U Gamepad on sm4sh and wanted to use my old GC controller. lmao
Is there a special requirement to connect both though? Like installing a driver or running a software? I just know that i gotta first have some sort of software to map the controller's buttons... at least until the next version comes up swinging with such additions.
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PostSubject: Re: Using a controller to play Crusade   Sun Feb 07, 2016 3:09 pm

Just make sure you have the right drivers installed, yeah.

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PostSubject: Re: Using a controller to play Crusade   Sun Feb 07, 2016 5:10 pm

Just a question, do you know what types of Controllers Crusade will support in v0.9.1?
I ask this because usually Controller-compatible software don't know what controller I'm using and I still have to rely on Joy2Key for those types of game too.
My controller of use is a Saitek P880 Dual Analog, by the way
Got a D-Pad, 2 sticks on the bottom (Sorta like a Playstation Controller), a Digital Button that swaps D-Pad/Left Stick inputs (I.E. D-Pad now does Left Stick things and vice versa until button is pressed again), 6 buttons on the right side o' the controller and 2 Shoulder Buttons (Sadly they aren't Pressure Sensitive, RIP Light Shield) and emits a blue light whenever it's plugged in
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Last edited by Bedoop Bro on Sun Feb 07, 2016 8:35 pm; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : Oh boy. Not 9.0.1, definitely not 9.0.1. BRB fixing to be 0.9.1 as it should)
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PostSubject: Re: Using a controller to play Crusade   Sun Feb 07, 2016 7:38 pm

Can confirm that Wii U adapter works fine on windows 10.
I followed the instructions on this Link and i can now properly play crusade.

Unfortunately, I need to get used to pressing a button if i want to run and for some reason i can't get the C-Stick to be recognized by the driver.
I have also found the timing to be quite strict in order to be able to perform directional Aerials as even leaving the stick Upwards will give me Neutral Air. You Have to input the direction and the Attack very close together. This holds true to Specials as well.
I end up ducking rather commonly when trying to perform a Side Smash, while also performing a Side B when trying to Up B. I am not certain if this is because of a sensitive stick or something.
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PostSubject: Re: Using a controller to play Crusade   Sun Feb 07, 2016 8:53 pm

Athorment wrote:
Unfortunately, I need to get used to pressing a button if i want to run

Does the public build not have a "Tap2Run" option? That's what you want to set if it does.

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Bedoop Bro wrote:
Just a question, do you know what types of Controllers Crusade will support in v0.9.1?
I ask this because usually Controller-compatible software don't know what controller I'm using and I still have to rely on Joy2Key for those types of game too.
My controller of use is a Saitek P880 Dual Analog, by the way
Got a D-Pad, 2 sticks on the bottom (Sorta like a Playstation Controller), a Digital Button that swaps D-Pad/Left Stick inputs (I.E. D-Pad now does Left Stick things and vice versa until button is pressed again), 6 buttons on the right side o' the controller and 2 Shoulder Buttons (Sadly they aren't Pressure Sensitive, RIP Light Shield) and emits a blue light whenever it's plugged in
Looks like this

Any controller that the computer recognizes as a controller will work. Just, as I said, make sure you have the correct drivers installed.
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PostSubject: Re: Using a controller to play Crusade   Tue Feb 09, 2016 10:30 am

Sorry for late reply,
I have heard that the Wii U GameCube adapter used on PC can act up a little weird, like the c stick thing you were saying.
All of this info is from a friend so I can't say myself if it works for me.
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