ZZepto [CZ] Jul 13, 2013 @ 1:59am
Limited number of gamepads support?
Seems my gamepad doesnt work with this game (MLG mad catz X360)
Is there a list of gamepads supported?
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Megadev  [developer] Jul 14, 2013 @ 2:28pm 
We've temporarily disabled the extension which supported all pads until we've fixed a slowdown issue which it was causing - sorry for the inconvenience, but we should have it fixed soon!
Underwhelmed Jul 15, 2013 @ 4:17pm 
If this helps, Joy2Key still seems to work with the diabled pads, so you can alwways do that in the interim. It isn't optimal but it at least lets me continue using my Qanba Q4 (don't judge me)
Megadev  [developer] Jul 15, 2013 @ 4:33pm 
Originally posted by Underwhelmed:
If this helps, Joy2Key still seems to work with the diabled pads, so you can alwways do that in the interim. It isn't optimal but it at least lets me continue using my Qanba Q4 (don't judge me)

Don't judge you? I'm jealous! Been looking at one for some time. How do they compare to the Hori and Mad Catz sticks?
Eddard Stark Jul 16, 2013 @ 8:48am 
Maybe try a Xinput gamepad?
At least my XEOX gamepad works that way.

Also, maybe you guys could add gamepad controlls to the starting floor wall so that new players wouldn't be discouraged to use a gamepad.
Underwhelmed Jul 20, 2013 @ 8:09am 
Originally posted by Megadev:
Originally posted by Underwhelmed:
If this helps, Joy2Key still seems to work with the diabled pads, so you can alwways do that in the interim. It isn't optimal but it at least lets me continue using my Qanba Q4 (don't judge me)

Don't judge you? I'm jealous! Been looking at one for some time. How do they compare to the Hori and Mad Catz sticks?

I have only barely touched the Madcat tournament stick, just enough to know that it was pretty decent. The Q4 from my understanding is pretty similar at its base, but has all of the main components replaced with Sanwa parts (which is one of the most popular mods among higer tier players) I think the pro-opinion is that if you are willing to hand build from scratch, or replace the parts on the Madcat yourself, you can save some money that way. The easier option is to just buy the Q4, which as far as fight sticks go, isn't really all that bad pricewise.

As for the stick itself, I really like it. Everything is really responsive, and I like the button placement as it allows me to place all 4 fingers and a thumb on a button comfortably. As an added bonus, it works effortlessly with the 360 and PS3. I know some people aren't fond of the button placement though, so if you are seriously considering buying a high-end stick makes sure you know what you want.
hittin my zan~~ Jul 20, 2013 @ 5:57pm 
I was just about to ask about why my Hori stick wasn't working, but if it's a lag issue that makes sense. I've gotten pretty used to KB controls, but I thought I might as well try it out.
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