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D-pad vs. right analog stick



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kh_rules

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All right. For those of you who don't know kingdom hearts had 2 options of moving between attack, magic, and items: the D-pad (arrows on the left) or the right analog stick. Which one did you use in the game?



btw: I used the D-pad cause I didn't read the instruction manual until I was at End of the World
 
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right anolog stick, cause the D pad would mean you had to stop moving, and then you are a still target, and how dumb is that
 

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screw the right A-stick, I spent the whole game (76 hrs) without even knowing what the right analoge stick did. when i found out that you didnt have to stop moving to use magic it i was so pissed i beat myself with the controller....it hurt
 

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I used either depending on the situation, but it was still uncomfortable to switch either thumb from their usual position.
 

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I used the D-Pad, but I knew you could use the right analog stick. I just found using the D-Pad more comfortable to use and my fingers are really fast, so i barely stopped moving before I could get back to the left analog stick.
 
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