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Wait, there is no way to hold a button and shoot in this game? Only tap-shooting?



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Chrizum said:
Wait, there is no way to hold a button and shoot in this game? Only tap-shooting?

No, you can.  I just don't think you can using the Wiimote because there's no set button.  You might be able to make 'B' the set button, but I didn't play around with the button configurations and instead just reached for my Cube controller.



Kenology said:
Chrizum said:
Wait, there is no way to hold a button and shoot in this game? Only tap-shooting?

No, you can.  I just don't think you can using the Wiimote because there's no set button.  You might be able to make 'B' the set button, but I didn't play around with the button configurations and instead just reached for my Cube controller.

You can make any button out of A, B, 1, &2, (on the wiimote, not directional pad obviously) the fixed button, just push the button you want as set button with the player 1 set high-lighted. Konami really needed to set a different control scheme for Contra Rebirth's wiimote default control, I can't believe how many people can't figure out they can set a fix button for wiimote.



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retroking1981 said:
this is a good game if a bit on the short side and easy (for a contra game at least), would have been better if you only had a couple of continues and had a ranking system like the ps2 game to unlock the last level(s). this would have made it last much longer.

contra 4 on ds is better but this is still cool. just a shame it feels more like a tribute than a full game in a way. still a tribute to contra is better than most games, especially on the wii. def worth a download imo.

here's to more konami rebirth games, im looking at you castlevania!


http://www.vgchartz.com/forum/thread.php?id=85866&page=1 



takkxyz said:
Kenology said:
Chrizum said:
Wait, there is no way to hold a button and shoot in this game? Only tap-shooting?

No, you can.  I just don't think you can using the Wiimote because there's no set button.  You might be able to make 'B' the set button, but I didn't play around with the button configurations and instead just reached for my Cube controller.

You can make any button out of A, B, 1, &2, (on the wiimote, not directional pad obviously) the fixed button, just push the button you want as set button with the player 1 set high-lighted. Konami really needed to set a different control scheme for Contra Rebirth's wiimote default control, I can't believe how many people can't figure out they can set a fix button for wiimote.

Using 'A' or 'B' as the set button would take some pretty nifty dexterity on the part of the player.  Not very practical!



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Kenology said:
takkxyz said:
Kenology said:
Chrizum said:
Wait, there is no way to hold a button and shoot in this game? Only tap-shooting?

No, you can.  I just don't think you can using the Wiimote because there's no set button.  You might be able to make 'B' the set button, but I didn't play around with the button configurations and instead just reached for my Cube controller.

You can make any button out of A, B, 1, &2, (on the wiimote, not directional pad obviously) the fixed button, just push the button you want as set button with the player 1 set high-lighted. Konami really needed to set a different control scheme for Contra Rebirth's wiimote default control, I can't believe how many people can't figure out they can set a fix button for wiimote.

Using 'A' or 'B' as the set button would take some pretty nifty dexterity on the part of the player.  Not very practical!

I just use my left middle to hold down the B button, while keeping my thumb on the directional pad, when I need to. It's actually a bit too sensitive that I sometimes accidentally made my character hold still.



I am a PC gamer, and also have a NDS now, but without access to a Nintendo Wii until End of 2007.

Currently playing: Super Smash Brothers Brawl(Wii), Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer(DS), Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime (DS), WiiFit(Wii)

Games Recently Beaten: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King (Normal; Very Hard after the next DLCs become available)

1 word: RTFA