Is it the D-Pad or Me?

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User Info: VentusXII

4 years ago#1
Two days ago I was trying out TTT2, and I'm a natural born pro with Jin (been since T4). When I was trying to do one of his 236 moves I would only crouch! What's the deal? Is the Wii U Gamepad's controller just bad? Or is it me?

I can pull off every move with Jin in Xbox 360 T6.
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User Info: dbhomie

4 years ago#2
That doesen't work well on the Wii U because the controler is defaulted to be assigned to the 2D game pad cross and not the analogue that the Classic Controller pro has two of them... the 360 ver allows you to use it with the analogues.

Why Namdai did this I have no idea.
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User Info: 1338h4x

4 years ago#3
You can map the analog sticks if you want. Go into button settings and click them down while pressing left/right on the d-pad.
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User Info: dbhomie

4 years ago#4
Oh wow that makes it so much easier thank you ^^

Why its not defaulted to that is beyond me... doing Jins moves is so much better with an analogue than a 2D analoge (The Gameboy type one)
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