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firecloud134 Aug 18, 2013 @ 4:09pm
need help
what is the easiest button settings for a controller ?
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JRob774 Aug 18, 2013 @ 4:16pm 
I use an Xbox Gamepad, here is my setup:

A - Jump
B - Use Sub Weapon
X - Use Main Weapon
Y - Use Item

RB - Change Main Weapon Right
LB - Change Main Weapin Left

RT - Change Sub Weapon Right
LT - Change Sub Weapon Left

Select - Pause
Start - Menu

It is personal preference, just try different layouts and find which one works for you and feels comfortable.
Dentorhedge Aug 18, 2013 @ 7:20pm 
Yes, experimentattion is necessary. It is definetly recomended to have a controller, but even then- no matter what setup you use you will probably grow used to it before you meet the boss of the Gate of Guidance. There are not any real platforming challenges in the beginning of the game. Best of luck with the best game ever!
Traysandor Aug 19, 2013 @ 3:46pm 
What PixelVortax said, I use a Wired XBox 360 controller myself on the default settings (mentioned above). It's pretty solid controls, and you can use the D-pad which is essential for a platformer like this. I like it because everything gels pretty well together overall.

I find the default keyboard controls kind of awkward, but the good news is that you can rebind the controls to anything you want.

Additional controls on the Laptop Menu, if you press LB and RB you can change the Laptop's "Tabs" (commonly from Items > Software > Options, but can do other programs if yo have the appropriate Software equipped.)

Yes, you can use a Wired 360 controller, or a specially designed Wireless one for the PC (I've seen them at Best Buy). You do need at least one USB 2.0 compatible port though, preferably in the front of the computer. Good news is, most modern computers (fwithin the past 5 or so years) should have at least one 2.0 or higher port somewhere on the computer.

Installing the 360 controller is easy. All you need to do is plug it in and Windows will automatically install the necessary drivers in a matter of moments. Also, a vast majority of other Steam games support 360 controllers too. If you're going to be PC gaming a lot on Steam, it's definitely a worthwhile investment to strongly consider.
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