I can't fathom that people are going as far as to call the Wii U Pro controller unplayable for them because of the difficulty of reaching the face buttons? Look even though that company did not make the Emulator they completely benefit from it. Yeah no problem, until you bypass the security software to allow you to do such. I seem to remember some Wii games requiring that kind of grip. Hit that button and it'll make the whole gamepad yellow, giving you the gyro controls. Public Cemu releases are one week after the Patreon release. I think Mario Kart 8 played great on the gamepad, Pro controller and on the Wii Mote with motion controls and while I personally preferred to play on either the Pro controller it was only a preference not a big deal at all even when having to use motion controls.
I've never known an emulation project to make such rapid progress. So rather than users checking through the Cemu release thread I though it would be easier to just update this when needed unless someone wants to make a wiki? I've unfortunately never had the pleasure to play any game in my adult life with two hands due to traumatic brain injury and the total loss of motor function in the left. This only has one outcome its meant to destroying competition not foster it. Nintendo has clearly proven the capabilities are there since you can do these types of things in Virtual Console titles for Wii U, and that's actually the only way I was able to play Mario 64. As to the thread topic, I think the Joy-Con s will be at least several notches above the Wii remotes, simply due to their more ergonomic look and hopefully feel.
What are the controls for: Acceleration-??? That's the biggest problem with most third-party companies nowadays. Middle finger on Z, index on C. Luckily it's really easy to in this case. I'm surprised they didn't offer gyroscope controls with the Wii U gamepad either. It's just the classic way of playing Mario games for running and jumping.
I bet a certain company would not like more users shying away from their Eco system to that of an open platform Eco system. Love my Wii U, etc. But yet you agreed to a licence when you bought the game. How are you suppose to accelerate and drift constantly at the same time while holding it with one hand. Triggers for gas and brake would have been better. Something for everybody Click to expand.
But if wer're talking Smash, I don't see Joy Cons being viable. Though I have a Wii U Pro controller now, so I'll probably say goodbye to the ole' remote and nunchuck. Imagine the look on your kids face if you got them mk8, if on xmas day you didnt have internet. I bought and extra set of joycons for Switch had to have colors! I'm surprised they didn't offer gyroscope controls with the Wii U gamepad either. I've always been a pretty big Nintendo fan, I owned all of their home systems.
Our members are second to none and are always willing to go out of their way to help others get up and running on whatever project or issue they may have. It's prob nostalgia that you can still play the older ones and enjoy them more, I have the same feeling with several other games which actually gotten better that I like the newest entry less even though it is way better. Also the Horn how the hell will you honk the horn!? I can see people complaining that it is a pain in the ass for them to have the right stick and face buttons where they are when they are switching back and forth between the Wii U vs playing with basically any other controller ever but saying that the controller is difficult to reach the buttons or uncomfortable? Can't do that with an emulator. Please post with what combo you have used so i can update keycodes for each game, it makes it easier to know why a game may or may not work for X user. Nintendo makes disc based games made for a system they create to be exclusive. Switch is a definite pass for me since the accessibility options don't look all that great, but I'm happy for all the other consumers in the Nintendo fanbase that will have the opportunity to experience the new and exciting generation of games.
I also didn't care about motion controls on Mario Kart Wii and I doubt I'd care for them on the Switch, even though Switch controls will likely be better than Wii controls. The criminals are not the people who make the emulators, the criminals are the people who use stolen software. We all play games and most of us that have played emulators know that a lot of bugs n glitches exist and it's not perfect. All 4 controllers work in any game except any version of Mario Kart 8, v1 or v4. I had several occasions where I emulated a game, liked it and bought it instantly. Don't bother excusing it; this is a device designed to enable theft of copywrited material, plain and simple. Race your friends or battle them in a revised battle mode on new and returning battle courses.
There's a lot of nuance in emulating a game, and it doesn't come from stuff like this, it comes from a ton of effort on just one title. You just hit the button like always. Rule 4: No referral or affiliate links. It's being designed, from the ground up, with the intent of pirating Wii U games. As for the Switch Pro controller, the verdict is pending.