Joystick configuration

Discussion in 'Junky's Jungle' started by Guest, Sep 5, 2000.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I thought that the standard button configuration was

    Guard Punch Kick

    That's how I have my joystick configured at home. One day,
    while at a bowling alley in noticed that it had VF3. I was
    shocked and amazed! It's on a really cheap cabinet and the
    buttons aren't even labeled, but I assumed that it's config
    was the same. Boy was I wrong. It went...

    Punch Kick Evade

    Bleck!! I couldn't really adjust to that setup and lost on
    like the 4th stage or so. So what is the standard config?

    "Granted my brother, we're good, but people can
    still see us."
  2. Mr. Bungle

    Mr. Bungle Well-Known Member


    [G "before" P, meaning G either beneath or beside P] has been the common configuration on nearly all vf machines in NA, europe, and japan for the last _seven years_.

    there are exceptions, though, such as the TB in california in a converted VF2 cab, completely lacking an E button, and also commonly reported by visitors from korea and taiwan, where the setup was like yours (E in the G button's common place).

    "A chem bla deshembla blurr fuh bli fouzh"

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