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 on: January 14, 2019, 11:40:35 am 
Started by TurokTalset007 - Last post by SuperFlyMenace
I actually play with a split between an Xbox controller and mouse. I feel like it's perfect. Joystick to controll running, left trigger button for firing, left bumper for jumping, d pad up for weapon down, d pad left for weapon up, mouse to control aiming, on screen sight, duck and reload. I first started playing as solely on controller but I couldn't aim very effectively . I tried keyboard and mouse. Figured out that I could aim much more precisely on the mouse but hated running and weapon switch by keyboard. Tried the split set up and it's a perfect balance for me.

 on: January 08, 2019, 09:54:54 am 
Started by WNxRicky - Last post by Captain George
This map is looking great! Well done, WNxRicky. I look forward to the release.

 on: January 08, 2019, 04:38:02 am 
Started by L. Spiro - Last post by Captain George
This is pretty neat, thanks!

 on: January 03, 2019, 03:10:51 pm 
Started by L. Spiro - Last post by L. Spiro
Perfectly balanced GoldenEye 007 (final recordings, forever) added to the playlist:
FLAC available for download:

Perfectly balanced final recordings of Perfect Dark in-progress.

L. Spiro

 on: January 01, 2019, 06:58:57 pm 
Started by joycey84 - Last post by Helios
This sound like a cool idea

 on: December 27, 2018, 07:22:55 am 
Started by TurokTalset007 - Last post by markpeterjameslegg
I use Antimicro and in my opinion it is better than most "Pay for" softwares currently available. I have supplied a ready to go profile for the Xbox 360 controller, but shouldn't be difficult to adapt to Xbox one controller.

Just place the "AntiMicro" folder wherever you wish, I recommend in your "Program Files" folder. Now run AntiMicro, at the top of the AntiMicro menu, click on the "Load" button and navigate to your "AntiMicro/profiles" folder and double click the "Goldeneye.gamecontroller.amgp" file to load the profile.

Adjust mouse sensitivity in the GE:S Options if needed to get the right turn speed for you, I have it set pretty fast.


 on: December 26, 2018, 08:51:16 pm 
Started by soupcan - Last post by kraid
Nice, allthough i allready changed to 10 with my desktop because of the difficulties to install Win7 on nvme.
(install and update a clean Win7 on a regular HDD/SATA SSD, install the nvme patch and create your own installation image from that)

Most of the time i use my Laptop anyway, which came with preinstalled Win10.

But maybe this will be usefull for other people.

 on: December 26, 2018, 08:43:22 pm 
Started by TurokTalset007 - Last post by kraid
Yes you can. But you cannot have both precission and high turning speed.

 on: December 26, 2018, 04:31:27 pm 
Started by soupcan - Last post by soupcan
Microsoft published a hotfix under KB2990941 to add support for NVMe devices under Windows 7. Even though the KB article is still up, Microsoft pulled the hotfix, presumably to push people toward Windows 10.

I tracked down the hotfix and found it on Lenovo's website. I uploaded it to my own mirror and am creating this forum post so that it'll hopefully be easier for people to find in the future.

Download: Windows6.1-KB2990941-x64.msu

 on: December 26, 2018, 10:28:24 am 
Started by TurokTalset007 - Last post by TurokTalset007
You can change the sensitivity right?

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