|June 21st, 2012, 01:02||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2012
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Replaying Chrono Trigger. Arris dome derp.
Ok, So I used the Zsnes emulator, and it wont let me past Mase & Mune at zeal, i tried everything...fair enough.
I go pick up the playstation emulator PSXeven and go for the ps version.
Alright, so here I am getting into it a second time, this time carefully doing everything, grinding Chrono and Marle up to having awesome levels.
And boom, stuck in Arris Dome.
I seen some other people had this same problem with the + 3 button smash on pc, and I understand their problems. I understand the circuitry in keyboards and ive tried these things:
I tried putting all the L1, R1, and X key as home, pgup, and pgdn. Nope.
I tried using the on screen keyboard. Nope.
I even tried using sticky keys. NOPE.
The thing about PSXeven is that you can NOT assign 2 keys on the same button. It just wont allow it.
Super nintendo emulator allowed it and so did all the others, my question to you is....HOW CAN I CHEAT THIS AND JUST GET THROUGH THAT DAMN AREA.
I just need to get past that damn door, is there a way to hover over the bridge or another awesome way to hit 3 keys at once? Or am i doomed to get a controller for my pc, or restart on a different emu.
My computer can run this game fine, it can run crysis 1 for christs sake.
|June 21st, 2012, 02:05||#2|
The King of Dinner
Join Date: May 2010
It's a keyboard limitation, not a fault of the emulator. There are two ways around it, either one, if you have a USB controller, use that. If not, you can assign multiple keystrokes to one key (like L R A in Zsnes) to something on the keyboard.
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|June 21st, 2012, 07:13||#3|
Join Date: Nov 2007
For me, assigning a button to Alt helped.
And you may want to pick up the NDS version. It's got 4 extra dungeons (5, if you count the same dungeon in two timelines as seperate), an additional endgame boss with extra ending and some story-connections to Chrono Cross.
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|June 21st, 2012, 22:48||#4|
Hackin 'n Slashin
Join Date: Jan 2007
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Alt, Shift and Ctrl are modifier keys that can bypass these limitations sometimes (It doesn't always work for some reason I haven't figured out yet). Best bet would still be a controller though.
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