Happ Controls For Xbox
Posted 02 August 2004 - 05:02 AM
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Posted 02 August 2004 - 04:36 PM
Here's what I did with one 2p X-Arcade:
As you can see, you could never tell it was an X-Arcade. Mainly because of the plexi mount, artwork, and new happs buttons.
I've been thinking about making another arcade; a replica of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles one... Although I need money, and space
Posted 03 August 2004 - 04:52 AM
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|QUOTE (DeaDSOuLz @ Aug 4 2004, 06:52 PM)|
|Yeah I wish Xport would release an alternate config for X-Arcade users to navigate better in his emulators.|
Actually, my X-Arcade works perfectly with all of Xport's emulators. Even if you have to use analog sticks, you can remap the joysticks to analog sticks with the push of 2 buttons (L and R buttons are just below the "street fighter 6") . The X-Arcade functions exactly like a normal Xbox controller (or PS2, GC, DC, etc), so there's no compatibility issues to speak of.... At least none that I've found, and I've tested with pretty much every emulator and Xbox fighting game. And like Xport said, just change the UI mappings if you want.
xboxnewguy, does the arcade monitor work? If it does, try to get an adapter for it to plug your Xbox into it, because 1) it's cheaper than buying a new TV 2) it's easier, since it's already mounted 3) it's more authentic, and it's a bitch to find a good TV with the proper dimensions, since most TVs nowadays have speaker columns on the left and right, ie, you lose screen size to the girth of the TV box. However, I would suggest doing your homework on arcade monitors before monkeying with them, since they can be very dangerous, ie, you drop one that's still charged and it's like a small bomb going off. Seriously.
Posted 05 August 2004 - 03:29 PM
I have heard of a company named ultimarc that make a graphics card for the PC that converts the resolution to work with an arcade monitor. Im not sure about the xbox although there is a vga to xbox converter but thats for a standard monitor. Ultimarc also had some type of device coming out for the xbox Ill have to dig more and see what its all about. I'll proably go with the X arcade though. I think the double dragon deal is not going to go through. He wanted 250 bucks for it but im strapped right now.
Posted 05 August 2004 - 06:56 PM
Try to find some local arcade collectors/auctions and pick up a cheap cabinet. A friend of mine sold me his Time Killers arcade (without monitor and jamma board) for 25 bucks. That's the cabinet I used for my Street Fighter 2 - Champion Edition arcade.
Posted 05 August 2004 - 10:06 PM
Sorry, the pic is kinda big......
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