What's your run-button of choice?
I also didn't realize you could use the triggers. Grew up holding down run and mashing jump with my thumb joint since SMB, so I just naturally fell into it.
I'm definitely going to give RT a try though.
I tried using my MadCatz Fightpad, but the button placement was awkward. Perhaps with the trigger for run it won't be so much.
I don't play it, but as I automatically hold x when playing sidescrollers no matter what, I can imagine that that would be my button of choice.
" @dankempster said:xD" @TheGreatGuero said:Your index finger will hate you for this. "This. My aching thumb is saved! "
" I thought you could only use X. Okay, I'm switching to RT. "
I didn't even know you could use LT.
I use the Right Trigger. I tried X for a bit, since that's how you had to play most old school platformers, but trying to use your thumb to do two things at once means one of those things is less precise, at least for me.
I haven't had any trouble with my fingers getting worn out, but because the levels are so short (30 seconds at most, so far), it is a great game to play a few levels here and there, so I've been using it as a palette cleanser. I'll play for 15 minutes, then play another game for a while (Oblivion, lately. Seriously, I bought that game when I got my 360, and I am only finally close to beating it, 3 years later)
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