01-02-2009 05:52 PM
I recently bought the cordless rumblepad 2 game comtroller for PC and am trying to get it working with Call of Duty WaW.
Thing is... I have no idea how to use the controller or how to set up the controls for it! Is there anybody that can post a tutorial on how to set the controls for this thing and work for Call of Duty? Much Appreciated.
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01-04-2009 04:44 AM
Call of Duty World at War doesn't support gamepads.
Why would you want to use a gamepad in an FPS anyway, much better with keyboard and mouse.
01-05-2009 03:20 PM
I dunno, i guess i wanted to know what it felt like on the side of the console version , which now i realize was a complete waste of money and my time. Thanks for the help anyways.
02-08-2009 01:36 AM
The game does not have to support any gamepads for you to use the RumblePad2 as a controller.
The solution is to run the Call of Duty: World at War (CODWAW) game within a Wingman Profiler shell.
The profiler shell interprets the keyboard and mouse strokes and maps them to the buttons and analog controls on the gamepad.
You must download the Wingman profler (from Logitech Support) and create a CODWAW profile. A profile is the map that results from your instructing the profiler "when I press button X on the gamepad, I want the gamepad to press button Y on the keyboard/mouse. Or, when I move the RumblePad left joystick up, I want the profiler to tell the game I'm moving the mouse up...etc.
Then prior to launching the CODWAW game, start the Profiler and open your CODWAW profile . Now, when the joystick is used, the game will think you are using the keyboard and mouse.
02-09-2009 10:40 AM
02-10-2009 10:35 AM
Thing is that I did not use or have a joystick. I was using a gamepad.
Anyways, I already returned the gamepad to the store and am now using the keyboard and mouse, which is fine...
Man, people should really label things correctly on a game box.
This topic can be closed now.
08-04-2009 06:04 PM - edited 08-04-2009 06:05 PM
Wait, reopen this topic!!
Heres the solution: