Possible PS4 Twin Sticks

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Possible PS4 Twin Sticks

Postby MentholMoose » 11 Jun 2018, 00:03


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Re: Possible PS4 Twin Sticks

Postby Porcupine » 13 Jun 2018, 17:26

While there is nothing that can't be worked around, this game is made for controller pad. Presumably the added freedom in walking and rotating in unusual combinations is not going to be utilized on twinsticks. A few actions such as controlling the SLC and aiming lasers inside the startup animation are analog now. It won't be a major loss to simplify them, but they should read the stick inputs in more directions during those times if possible.

Since jump is designed to be a button, jumping on sticks will have a few frames of neutral direction which on a pad could move sideways. If melee maps to crouch, recall that you need to let go of the button to actually perform most melee. Certain fundamental techniques like the oneechan "big sister" cancel (input the second hit of melee then immediately dash without letting it start, then optionally perform the first hit of melee again) are going to be slower on twinsticks. It's unknown how you would guard.

Most turbo techniques can be done traditionally but the loss of dedicated turbo triggers means you'll be a couple frames slower at performing dashing turbo attacks. Some obscure techniques like air forward dash TCW (avoiding a special move) can only be performed with the turbo triggers. The super move button may take longer to reach on twinsticks. It's unknown how messages could be sent in 1v1 games (direction pad) or how targets could be changed in 2v2 games (R3 button).

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Re: Possible PS4 Twin Sticks

Postby ChexGuy » 13 Jun 2018, 21:23

Tanita is a manufacturer of things like scales and thermometers.

I'm surprised that this article was made so recently and completely neglects to mention the crowdfunding campaign on Campfire. Of course, the crowdfunding platform of choice means shipping is going to be restricted to Japanese addresses only.

The goal is a whopping 277 million yen, all-or-nothing. Honestly, I don't think it'll make it. At the very least, we can have fun spectulating various things given the concept art showing a double trigger setup.

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