Dive roll...

#1ToastieJoePosted 8/4/2010 10:28:55 PM
Anyone else hate the dive roll? For me, every step would be a dive roll because it was so damn sensitive! PLEEEEEEEEEASE, don't let there be a dive roll in Dead rising 2! D:

Was there a way around it? O.o
#2ezio899Posted 8/5/2010 12:09:16 AM
dive roll? o_O
#3ToastieJoe(Topic Creator)Posted 8/5/2010 12:17:47 AM
You know? when you dive into a roll...
#4zombieNarutoPosted 8/5/2010 1:01:33 AM
Basically, the dive happens before the roll.

But seriously, it was too sensitive, here's to hoping for something better, like double tab up on the stick and press A.
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#5speedy4000fPosted 8/5/2010 7:40:26 AM
same here!!! unless you have a perfect new controller you will dive role likes it's your job
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#6cweaver317Posted 8/5/2010 7:56:52 AM
I have never had this problem, and my controller is messed up, it likes to pan left even when i am not touching button, and the left stick button (L3?) is not working right anymore, need a new one.
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#7FerdMertzPosted 8/5/2010 9:31:20 AM
I never had that problem and as a matter of fact that was the only move I didn't use regularly. My experience was that the dive roll was inconsistent and difficult to pull off.
#8blightning911Posted 8/5/2010 10:28:46 AM
if your reaction is good enough, you can do a roundhouse kick upon landing in the dive roll.
#9nothingbeastPosted 8/5/2010 11:16:20 AM
I also found the Wall Kick to be annoying.

Unarmed and trying to Knee Drop a box in one of the Food Court stores, and I launch myself into the crowd of zombies waiting beyond the counter.
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#10MegaIomaniacPosted 8/5/2010 11:59:57 AM
A lot of the moves in Dead Rising were difficult or too easy to perform, I still can't get a few of them to work correctly or ever fine a good place to use them.