help with controls with Xbox 360 controls and straight shots

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help with controls with Xbox 360 controls and straight shots

Postby bubbanater » 13 Oct 2014, 22:21

Hi I need some help configuring my wired xbox 360 controller and some tips on how to stop hitting straight shots all the time. I don't fully understand the message I think I must hit the button on my controller early but how do I change the direction?
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Re: help with controls with Xbox 360 controls and straight s

Postby bubbanater » 14 Oct 2014, 01:38

I tend to over hit the ball and it goes out sometimes I am now playing with the Keyboard. I like the Keyboard controls I just help figuring out how to hit the ball without overdoing it.
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Re: help with controls with Xbox 360 controls and straight s

Postby manutoo » 14 Oct 2014, 04:36

Hello,

1- press the strike button
2- press left/right, but not too early else you'll aim too much to the left or right (use the Aiming preview to get used to the needed aiming time depending of your position on the court)
3- release the strike button _after_ you'll have struck the ball
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Re: help with controls with Xbox 360 controls and straight s

Postby bubbanater » 30 Oct 2014, 03:51

Hey I am having trouble with the timing of the buttons right now the ball stays in the center can you tell me how you time the shots? Also I am using keyboard.
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Re: help with controls with Xbox 360 controls and straight s

Postby bubbanater » 30 Oct 2014, 18:48

Alright I got in figured out now I just gotta keep playing and get use to the controls.
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