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[GAMES] Nexus 7 Gaming Thread

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15th July 2012, 08:17 AM |#21  
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Just paired my PS3 controller via Bluetooth through Sixaxis Controller. Works like a charm, i might put together a quick guide how to do it.

Made a custom mapping profile for GTA 3 and planning on making one for all major games specifically for the Nexus 7

I'll upload them here of course

Gta 3 has native game pad support. No touch emulation needed there.

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15th July 2012, 09:03 AM |#22  
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Gta 3 has native game pad support. No touch emulation needed there.

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Thought so too but the controls are messed up, i mapped them the way they were on PS2.
15th July 2012, 10:00 AM |#23  
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Just paired my PS3 controller via Bluetooth through Sixaxis Controller. Works like a charm, i might put together a quick guide how to do it.

Made a custom mapping profile for GTA 3 and planning on making one for all major games specifically for the Nexus 7

I'll upload them here of course

would love to see that guide...
15th July 2012, 01:56 PM |#24  
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GTA III is a must. I already bought the game back when it was on same for a little over a dollar and I don't think I can play the game any longer on my poor ol' Defy (even with the quality on low).

Max Payne also looks like a worthwhile spend.

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would love to see that guide...

I'll try to throw it together tonight!
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15th July 2012, 06:36 PM |#26  
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would love to see that guide...

http://androidandme.com/tag/how-to-u...er-on-android/

That should be it.

Is anyone else having a problem installing GTA3 on the Nexus? I can install it, but when it comes time to download all the files, I cant get it to work after that. After trying to download it, ill try to run it again and it just boots right out, no error or anything
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Pinball
Monster Bash pinball is so faithfully recreated it's a joy - check out the trial and buy some table packs with your free store credit
Absolute bargain - seriously addictive.
15th July 2012, 07:14 PM |#28  
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Just paired my PS3 controller via Bluetooth through Sixaxis Controller. Works like a charm, i might put together a quick guide how to do it.

Made a custom mapping profile for GTA 3 and planning on making one for all major games specifically for the Nexus 7

I'll upload them here of course

Please do & thanks for your work
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Mass Effect Infiltrator will be awesome if they ever make it compatible with jb

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I tried Dead Trigger and it runs great with extended support for the Tegra 3.

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