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  1. #11
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    definitely D-pad
    old wipers uses D-pad

    i get used this way since at wipeout/w2097 times wasn't there any analogs

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    Im an old wiper, and I've switched to analog.
    Learnt to enjoy the smooth flying i get from it, and no longer needing to stab at the d-pad to keep correcting myself.
    Last edited by Task; 28th November 2008 at 08:40 PM. Reason: Removed quote of previous post

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    yes, i have try it a lot, but don't work for me definitely...the stick is placed in a too ankward position, i still use the airbrakes on the R2 L2 unlike most of people who has switched on R1 L1 so it lead me in a really ankward an unconfortable position to race...

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    youve almost quoted my exact setup still l2/r2 brakes for me.
    I just remapped absorb/fire to l1/r1.
    works well for me so then every action for the ship (except look back) has its very own finger
    Last edited by Lance; 2nd December 2008 at 08:36 PM. Reason: Redundant quotation of immediately previous post eliminated!

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    Dpad here, i find analog nub much more precise in any circumstances except one big stuff : doing BRs : my thumb is not accutumate to 'drive' that long 'left-right-left' compared to dpad , if you see what i mean.

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