VF4 PS2 control scheme.

Discussion in 'Console' started by Zappy, Mar 21, 2002.

  1. Zappy

    Zappy New Member

    This is a question for those of you that have the PS2 version of VF4. I was just wondering what the control scheme is? DO you use the d-pad on the controller or the analogue stick or do you get a choice??Do you get to use the shoulder buttons as a set of three buttons pressed together a la DOA2: Hardcore??
    THX!!!
     
  2. ken

    ken Well-Known Member

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  3. Shadowdean

    Shadowdean Well-Known Member

    There are so many ways to construe all this as homosexual behaviour...
     
  4. bfnh

    bfnh Member

    PSN:
    bfnh
    you can edit the controls any way you like, any combination of buttons (p+k), (p+k+g), etc. can be set to any button. the

    default is
    square = g,
    triangle & x = p
    circle = k
    l1 = (p+g)
    r1 + r2 = (p+k+g)

    i think, not fully sure, i switched the controls as soon as i started playing though. what's really good is that the controller setting are applied to the player profile, so you don't have to reconfigure at a friends place when you're in the midst of a tourney.
     
  5. gribbly

    gribbly Well-Known Member

    I find the game surprisingly playable with the dualshock. I configure the buttons like this:

    X: block
    square: punch
    tri: kick

    then hold my hand *over* the controller. So thumb is on X, pointer is on square, middle is on tri. This is the closest to the arcade layout you're gonna get.

    The default layout seems to be geared towards only using your thumb, which is totally impossible IMO. VF has too many two or three button moves for this to work.

    Of course, it's advisable to play with a stick, since the d-pad is pretty horrible for many moves.

    grib.
     

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