Does anyone coud managed to play it with keybord and mouse on a Dreamcast? I can configurate the keyboard but the mouse sensibilty dosen't work properly... the turning range does not cover enough, I put all the speedss to the max in te mouse configurtions opions, but i does not turn the ful range unlike Quake III Arena. I don't know if I explained myself..
Yes i can play it correct and adjust it want another video how that's no worries push mouse in direction pick up mouse then replace you get full movement it was like that on dos get fullrange by enter console commands below to your liking then go to vmu menu and save i cant have a setting ever one likes
Are you able to play correctly with a controller, don't you get dizzy with the analog stick?
Also this can be changed just go to gameplay turn always run off if your want turn all sensitive to zero can make the stick as slow as you want save to vmu done
drop to console type this for mouse gives what you want
lookspring # - setting this to 0 turns lookspring off. Lookspring causes the player to move forward or backwards with the mouse.
lookstrafe # - setting this to 0 turns lookstrafe off. Lookstrafe causes the player to move side to side with the mouse.
m_filter - default is 0, setting this to 1 activates mouse smoothing.
m_forward - default is 1, lowering this makes the player move slower when moving forwards and backwards with the mouse (Lookspring).
m_pitch - default is 0.022. Raising this value makes the player look up and down faster, while lowering this value makes the player look up and down slower (Mouselook). A negative value is used to invert mouselook.
m_side - default is 0.8, lowering this makes the player move slower when strafing with the mouse (Lookstrafe).
m_yaw - default is 0.022. Lowering this value makes the mouse slower when turning from side to side, while raising this value makes mouse turning from side to side faster.
sensitivity - having a default value of 11, setting this to a lower number results in a slower turning speed of the mouse. Setting this to a higher number allows for faster turning speeds, but setting it too high can cause the player to lose their bearings. This speeds up or slows both the m_pitch and m_yaw instead of being an individual command.
Once done go to vmu save the config never have to do it again
Same with stick
sv_maxspeed - having a default value of 320, lowering this value causes the player to have a slower movement speed. Increasing this value causes the player to move at a faster rate.
sv_maxvelocity - having a default value of 2000, lowering this value causes the player to have a slower movement speed like sv_maxspeed. Unlike the aforementioned command, lowering this value will also decrease the speed of all projectiles.
sv_nostep - setting this to 1 causes the player to not be able to climb stairs
sv_stopspeed - default is 100, lowering causes the player to slide more whilst increasing allows the player to stop moving
Enter do it like you want so yes you can play it .
It's set for the normal user default want to change it you can