Are the shoulder buttons pressure sensitive?

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  1. Xuphor
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    IE - In Modnation Racers on PS3, you use R2 to accelerate, but pressing it slowly causes your car to go slow, and jamming it all the way down causes max speed. Does the Vita have Pressure Sensitive shoulder buttons, or are they just regular buttons, so racing games will only allow you to go max speed?
     
  2. chadders

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    I don't know for sure but you could just use the right stick for acceleration and brake.
     
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    ewwww =3
     
  4. Xuphor
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    Uh.... no. You can't. The devs have already said the controls, R shoulder is the only way to accelerate, but they failed to mention if they are pressure sensitive or not.
     
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    I would like to know this also. Love the racing games on the ps3.
     
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    not pressure sensitive. i don't think any of the buttons are. it's either you press it or hold it.
     
  7. Xuphor
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    Dang, so I guess you'll always go 100% speed in racing games.... that's going to be a hinderance in MNR.
     
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    portable racing games usually have the buttons as go / brake though.
     
  9. zachtheninja

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    I don't expect them to be pressure sensitive, as they are "bumpers" and not analog "triggers".
     
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