I felt that the Amiga Versiob of Wing Commander was great
You say that cause you havent played the PC versions....When you do,you ll find the PSX versions not good......Originally posted by TopGun
Well I like both PSX WC III and IV. Never played the PC originals.
There's very little good about WC3 PSX... the missions are the same and it's got horrible load times. I think it has one more news cutscene than the 3DO version... that's the only reason to own it.You say that cause you havent played the PC versions....When you do,you ll find the PSX versions not good......
Rotate, my pretties, rotate!There was something unique compared to the PC version.In the simulator,when you select opponent
I used the CH Flightstick Pro, the official joystick of the WCIV trailer, for WC3/WC4/WCP/WCSO. But now it's old so I got a Sidewinder Precision Pro 2.Originally posted by Bandit LOAF
For the DOS stuff, though, I'm using a Thrustmaster FCS/WCS/RCS setup... which is supported by most of the old games.
Originally posted by Delance
I used the CH Flightstick Pro, the official joystick of the WCIV trailer, for WC3/WC4/WCP/WCSO. But now it's old so I got a Sidewinder Precision Pro 2.
I had some old small josystick for WC2. It was the size of an atari stick, but it was very precise. Cool, you had to control the ship like holding a pen.
But I played most WC with the good old keyboard. Not by choice, however.
Mouse were cool too, specially on WC2. You had to be careful, however, because the mouse cursos could get mixed up with the ITTS.Originally posted by Maniac II
Even though its not as percise, keyboards are alright in my opinion (unless you have a joystick that is)
Actually... It was better than the keyboard. Much better. The enhanced editions of TIE Fighter would only run on a joystick - no mouse or keyboard.Originally posted by Ghost
I hated the use of mice in Fli-sims, i used one to play the original Tie Fighter because the game didn´t recognized the joystick.
it was a pain in the ass.
That wouldnt be too hard... if you had the time, it would be really time consuming though....or it would be if i tried to do something like thatOriginally posted by Delance
Actually... It was better than the keyboard. Much better. The enhanced editions of TIE Fighter would only run on a joystick - no mouse or keyboard.
Note: The X-wing wouldn't run on the mouse, and the keyboard controls were lame. Since not much people on Brazil had money to buy joysticks, since we all live on treehouses next to elephants and lions on the amazon forest, a brazilian guy (I think) made a patch to use the mouse as the keyboad control, and it worked great.
Yes, now I rememeber. A good way to fly was to use keyboard+mouse. Keyboard for long ups and downs (hard to do with the mouse), roll, and the mose for the precision movement. A little difficult to get used to, but worked fine.Originally posted by Ghost
I don´t know.
i used the keyboard (in Tie Fighter) only to roll and the other normal keyboard functions.