Discussion in 'Games' started by MarcusP2, Oct 17, 2006.
Thanks. That's what I ended up doing.
So it worked alright? Thinking of seeing if I can do that for some of my Steam games like Batman:AA.
It worked alright for me, because I was going to use it for a driving game, but my experience was that my left analog stick would frequently detect input to the left, even though I'm not pressing it. Going by the comments on the page, it seems that is a common problem that many experienced. It comes and goes. It works fine for a few minutes, and then the problem occurs, and after a few minutes, it's fine again. With driving games, one can live with it, because you're constantly moving anyway, so you only need to counter the slight lean to the left during when the problem occurs. But for any other type of game, especially platformers or FPS games, I'd imagine it would be agony. Maybe you'll be lucky and it doesn't happen to you. Installing and setting up only takes 3-4 minutes altogether.
Sony in No Rush to Reveal PlayStation 4
I don't know how the rest of you feel about this, but I'm actually quite glad as I was late into the game with PS3, so I'm glad I won't be stuck on an abandoned ship. Plus I'm sure there's still some untapped potential under the hood of the good ole '3.
Classics HD: Ratchet & Clank Trilogy set for May 16th!
Probably not a big deal for most, but I've been dying to play the old R&C's in HD ever since I got my PS3. Sad there's no Deadlocked (gets a lot of undeserved hate), but it still should be awesome. I go back to Going Commando and Up Your Arsenal on occasion, but it's been so long since I've played the original (can't find a copy that doesn't have the annoying Greatest Hits box cover). Looks like that'll change on 5/16.
Edit: Well apparently, according to PSBlog, May 16th is the European release date and North Americans will have to wait until Fall.
The collection will release this fall in North America. I know it?s a little bit later than the Spring European release, but it?s because we have something very special planned for our North American fans to celebrate the 10th anniversary, and we?ll share all the details very soon.
Also, In addition to a full 1080p HD remaster (720p stereoscopic 3D support) of all three games and the inclusion of three Platinum Trophies, we?re happy to confirm that the online competitive multiplayer from Up Your Arsenal will be included. Now you can check out the acclaimed multiplayer mode that many of you didn?t get to experience the first time on PS2.
That's awesome. Never played the multiplayer in UYA but I'll definitely be trying it out. Apparently the MP in Deadlocked was great, but we don't get that.
Upping for our new member.
This thread is dead. lol