If I loved the game more, I would try to put a custom panel together for it. One that spaces out the buttons from a 6-button layout and try to come up with a layout that would feel ergonomic for this game.
I know it would be a silly looking hack job, but using foot peddles is an option without replacing a CP.I'm running 7 buttons on my vewlix since the holes were there. I think the gunpod cycles.
This project doesn't take away from cabs. It adds TV input functionality to a cab. It's a space saver and a cost effective way to play games without paying any inflated secondary market cost. It makes these games playable on home cabs in a more cost effective way. It's a approachability argument.For reals. The whole concept of console-to-arcade-cab is ridiculed by some. I think they miss the point.
what about a gamecube to ps2 controller adapter? For if your running a xbox360/ps3/wii setup?The issue is what multi board works with Wii controls?
Yikes that's more work than I care to do for one fighting game. Think I'll throw that into a LCD cab and call it a day. That way can also preserve widescreen, which I'm pretty sure is how TvC was designed for in the first place.https://shop.dansprojects.com/wiidual-kit-pre-order.htmlYou menitioned TvC on Wii...is there an RGB SCART option available for the Wii?