Supercard DSTWO

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Jul 20, 2010

Supercard DSTWO by enord at 5:29 PM (1,134 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. enord
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    Hi, sorry if this isn't the proper forum for this topic.


    I recently got the Supercard DSTWO, and I'm pretty pleased for the most part. However, on the GBA emulator, it only allows you to remap the A button to Y button. It also doesn't seem
    to let you remap the B button in any way. This was a huge disappointment, as the current key mappings are pretty awkward for me. I'm trying to play my Megaman games, but I'm pretty terrible with the current key mappings. Am I missing something? Is there anyway to remap them otherwise?

    Any help is appreciated. [​IMG]
     
  2. YayMii

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    This is a known problem. It's probably going to be fixed in the next version.

    As for playing Megaman games, WTF is wrong with you? There's already Megaman Zero Collection, which has all 4 Zero games, and fully customizable controls (including the X/Y buttons).
     
  3. enord
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    1. Great news.

    2. I was actually referring to Megaman and Bass...
     
  4. YayMii

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    Oh, that makes sense.
     
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    yeah i wanna switch the b and a buttons to y and b
     
  6. enord
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    Yep, exactly.
     

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