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Cannot move in GOW
#1
Hello,


I was able to make my gow cd to work on pcsx but i cannot move in game ! I mean i can attack, jump or go into menus but i cannot turn or move ! I don't know what is wrong and up,down,left and right buttons won't work...


Any suggestions ?
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#2
My guess is you did not configure your gamepad plugin correctly. Does any other game work?
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#3
(02-20-2009, 06:27 PM)VeaaC Wrote: My guess is you did not configure your gamepad plugin correctly. Does any other game work?

Yes, yes every other game work just fine..
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#4
what are the best setting to play god of war, i mean the configuration of the emulator, i just got the new snap and plugins and i have to reconfigure the emu and im a little lost, help anyone plz Smile
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#5
Have you tried both digital and analog control? Have you configured both?
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(02-20-2009, 06:59 PM)VeaaC Wrote: Have you tried both digital and analog control? Have you configured both?

What do you mean by that ??

BTW : I used to be able to roll (to only 1 direction) but now I can2t even do that...
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#7
Yes, I had a similar problem with DMC. Than, I bound controls to gamepad analog controls and it worked.
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#8
The PS2 gamepad has analog controls in addition to the digital ones. Some games require you to use one specific control scheme - you cannot choose between analog and digital.
Have you configured both the digital input and the analog one in your input plugin?.
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#9
you might need to hit the analog button too (this happened with me on .hack/infection) as stupid as it sounds, it might work
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