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Acacia22 Apr 22, 2013 @ 10:42pm
WARNING - Read Before Purchasing
There is no possible way to map to game pad or change resolution.

Padder doesn't work on X-Input and D-Input forces right stick as paddle stick, left trigger as shooter and god only knows what button is assigned for absorb.

As for res this game loads and sticks in 800 x 600 and even in the last desperate attempt to edit the cfg files I've come to find that they are encrypted.

Developer wants YOU to play in the resolution they prefer and with a mouse - any attempt to custom this game to your prerence is impossible.
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Affliction Oct 14, 2013 @ 7:33pm 
Originally posted by Carnival73:
There is no possible way to map to game pad or change resolution.

Padder doesn't work on X-Input and D-Input forces right stick as paddle stick, left trigger as shooter and god only knows what button is assigned for absorb.

As for res this game loads and sticks in 800 x 600 and even in the last desperate attempt to edit the cfg files I've come to find that they are encrypted.

Developer wants YOU to play in the resolution they prefer and with a mouse - any attempt to custom this game to your prerence is impossible.

No where on the sales page does it say that this game supports a controller
Last edited by Affliction; Oct 14, 2013 @ 7:33pm
Acacia22 Oct 15, 2013 @ 10:23am 
Originally posted by anexsia:

No where on the sales page does it say that this game supports a controller

The problem is it also does not mention that it thwarts any attempt to circumvent that fact and map one.

I had to re-read my OP several times trying to remember this game but aside from the bizarre resolution thing the biggest issue was that the game does actually support a D-Input controller but it forces assignments in a way that you can not remap them.

As for the actual gameplay - It's a decent game if you don't mind hunching over your desk with a mouse.

As of late I usually don't sqaubble much over cheap games for cheap reasons. I think Reaxxion caught me in a ***t storm during a time where 70% of the games I was purchasing were turning out to be duds.


Darkstar Jul 5 @ 6:43am 
I had a program once on a machine I set up to be an emulator that would allow you to use a game pad (xbox 360 USB in my case) as a mous, so anything that you could do with a mouse, you could do with the controller, that should bypass the issue since it's the software tricking the OS into thinking you're using a mouse, nothing to do with in game. Can't remember the name of the software but it might be worth a shot
Acacia22 Jul 5 @ 9:06pm 
Originally posted by Darkstar:
I had a program once on a machine I set up to be an emulator that would allow you to use a game pad (xbox 360 USB in my case) as a mous, so anything that you could do with a mouse, you could do with the controller, that should bypass the issue since it's the software tricking the OS into thinking you're using a mouse, nothing to do with in game. Can't remember the name of the software but it might be worth a shot

I eventually managed. I think it was using a premium (bought) copy of Pinnalce Profiler that got it going. Either that or I set Logitech's profiler to constantly run the same mapping template instead of only triggering upon execution of the speciifc game.

It's been over year a now and I've been flooded in tons of other titles. I totally forgot that this game existed. XD

I stopped griping about this crap - Games are so heavily abundant and cheap that if you toss out ten dollars and only get back five quality games....well back in the nineties games used to be $50 a pop and those games didn't offer nearly as much.

I've played lots and lots of broken crap over this past year but I just keep quiet and leave it there for others to trip over themselves to see what funny reactions they have. XD
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