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Walter Sobchak said:Those who have a joystick with profiler software can try to make a profile for the game that maps the desired ingame keys to the joystick buttons of your choice.
Hertston said:You can, but that's useless without the facility to properly assign joystick, POV and throttle axes - which Cobopolies post suggests the game doesn't have? If not, its a complete non-starter, for me anyway.
Pity, the screenies looked rather promising.
Cobopolies said:This is true. As of right now, all the joystick controls have to offer is a button to fire guns, shoot missles, and control the X and Y axis. It's rather limited considering that a free open source space flight sim(Privateer Remake to be specific) can use the full functionality of my joystick.
A Flight Sim WITHOUT joystick is nothing more than a 3 Dimensional Role Playing Game!
Nikolai II said:Word of Developers is that there is joystick support.
pilot001 said:nonsense. they have a few controls bound to the joystick (which you can't change) and you can't add any more commands to any joystick buttons.
that isn't "joystick support".