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Debriefing => Questions, Help, & How To's => Topic started by: TurokTalset007 on December 03, 2018, 04:54:47 pm

Title: How to play with xbox one controller and how do I get classic sounds?
Post by: TurokTalset007 on December 03, 2018, 04:54:47 pm
How to play with xbox one controller and how I get classic soundtrack and classic sound effect of GE N64?
Title: Re: How to play with xbox one controller and how do I get classic sounds?
Post by: Fozzy on December 17, 2018, 03:51:30 am
Personally I wouldn't play with a controller, you'd get destroyed by keyboard/mouse users. I've played against players who use controllers, you can't turn fast enough or aim accurately enough in larger multiplayer battles
Title: Re: How to play with xbox one controller and how do I get classic sounds?
Post by: TurokTalset007 on December 26, 2018, 10:28:24 am
You can change the sensitivity right?
Title: Re: How to play with xbox one controller and how do I get classic sounds?
Post by: kraid on December 26, 2018, 08:43:22 pm
Yes you can. But you cannot have both precission and high turning speed.
Title: Re: How to play with xbox one controller and how do I get classic sounds?
Post by: markpeterjameslegg on December 27, 2018, 07:22:55 am
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.

LINK:-

http://www.mediafire.com/file/4ava7e1x0uhg5ms/AntiMicro.zip/file
Title: Re: How to play with xbox one controller and how do I get classic sounds?
Post by: SuperFlyMenace on January 14, 2019, 11:40:35 am
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.