xbox 360 controller set-up

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xbox 360 controller set-up

Postby nschulman20 » 10 Dec 2012, 20:53

I've been playing TE since back in the TE 2004 days using a keyboard to control the player. However, since no keyboards i had could do the 'up' + 'left/right' and 'hit' sequence to do a short angle; I decided to start playing using an xbox 360 controller. I'm struggling to get used to playing this way way. When I turn on alternative strike for 'up/down' it seems really foreign for me to adjust. When I turn off alternative strike; it is more of what I'm used too; but obviously I'm not able to replicate the stroke often.

What I'm wondering, is what button configurations do xbox 360 controller players use to play the game that they found to be most natural.
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Re: xbox 360 controller set-up

Postby manutoo » 11 Dec 2012, 05:05

Hello,

usually people playing with XBox controller map 1 strike per button, to avoid the up/down issue.
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Re: xbox 360 controller set-up

Postby SC Tom » 13 Dec 2012, 04:38

This is how I have mine set up:

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Re: xbox 360 controller set-up

Postby The Potro » 15 Dec 2012, 22:30

im master and this is how i play with my logitech f310 gamepad

slice i have x button in playstation terms if you know what i mean.
acceleration circle
topspin square
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