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I just received a Jag Pro Controller; I know that Iron Soldier and some of the fighting games make use of it. Was just wondering if anyone has a list of Jag games that take advantage of the Pro Controller?
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Games I know of which have functions specifically for the procontroller (sidestepping mapped to 4/6, for example, which is a pain to do with a standard controller) are (in no particular order):
Posted Wed Nov 26, 2014 9:42 PM
Is this more or less up to date? Anyone seeing anything missing? Now that I finally have a pro controller (out in the open) I'm realizing how few games actually make use of it..lol
Posted Sun Nov 30, 2014 1:55 AM
I've got a PRO controller and it's a great piece of tech. I kinda like having the thumbsticks above the Dpad rather than below like Sony. Better for classic game use and I can easily reach the sticks with my man hands. Oh, wait, this is a JAG thread...
Posted Sun Nov 30, 2014 9:57 AM
Love me some Wii U pro controller! It's my go-to if I am allowed to avoid the gamepad.
I was playing NBA Jam the other day and didn't see any button menu's in options that Utilitzed XYZ might have to break out the manual.
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Fight for life.
Posted Mon Sep 3, 2018 7:51 AM
Planning on getting a pair of Jaguar Re-produciton Pro Controllers. Already got one genuine one. It looks like the extra buttons come in handy for more games than advertised.
The problem is I will have 3 Pro controllers. If I'm right, the only 2 games that are more than 2 players are NBA Jam and White Men Can't Jump. Do either of THOSE games use a Jag Pro Pad, (Including any of the keypad buttons that might be mapped to the L,R,X,Y. and Z). If it's similar to the arcade, I know NBA Jam is a 3-button game, Jump/Block/Shoot, Pass/Steal, and Turbo. Does WMCJ use any of the extra buttons? If No, then I'm selling one re-pro Jag Pro controller because I must buy 2 in one pack.
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Posted Mon Oct 15, 2018 7:31 PM
It may help you to know that the extra buttons are actually just mapped to the keypad:
Z=3 (Z and X may be the other way around...experiment)
Left shoulder button is 4, and right shoulder button is 6. So you can use a Procontroller with pretty much any game using the keypad. Games I know of which have functions specifically for the procontroller (sidestepping mapped to 4/6, for example, which is a pain to do with a standard controller) are (in no particular order):
Worms (grenade settings, some options)
Primal Rage (procontroller setup lets you use all 6 buttons)
Atari Karts (hard turn left and right)
Ruiner Pinball (fingertip buttons tilt left and right)
I think you can change web views with x/y/z in T2K as well.
Hope that helped!
Do all the Jag Pro pads act as the same keys universally, or are they changeable by the software? (Is Z, Y, X, 4, and 6, ALWAYS 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6, respectively, or can it be changed by the software) If the software can change it, maybe I SHOULD get that second Jag Pro pad for a fight stick. But if they universally map, I'll just use a standard Jag Pad, and augment it with a 3.5 mm system where any button on my joystrick can equal any key.
By the way, in street fighter terms, (just in terms of corresponding button layout, there is no Street Fighter Anything for the Jaguar, but there is for the 3DO, and there is Primal Rage for both with a similar layout.) is L the 3K button and R the 3P punch button in a standard 4 column x 2 row layout, or vice versa? I know C is QK, B is MK, A is HK, Z is QP, Y is Mp, and X is HP. I recognize the 3 column x 2 row layout that made Street Fighter famous.
Also has anyone considered a Saturn controller to Jag console with an add on keypad that can be fit on a Saturn Controller, with the 12 keys and the Option Key separate. Becuase the Saturn has a 3x2 layout and 2 shoulder buttons like the Jaguar Pro, just no keypad and option button.
Posted Mon Oct 15, 2018 8:53 PM
The pro buttons are hard wired to the equivalent number pad buttons 1, 2, 3, 4, 6. Games that are enhanced can (but not often) have a pro-controller option that re-maps to the software's wishes. I can only think of Defender 2000 classic mode and Primal Rage that have interchangeable settings between standard and pro. Check out the other threads and also the manuals for Jag games on this site for a full / developing list.
Edited by skip, Mon Oct 15, 2018 8:54 PM.
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