Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
At any time, the D-pad can be used to change the angle of the camera.
The D-pad is also used to select between various items when in a shop.
The d-pad is a little mushier than what I like.
The control pad or D-pad will also affect these attacks.
Can slide at high speed by holding D-pad down and a direction.
Much like the previous game, one can also move around the ring by analog control instead of using the D-pad.
The D-pad and shoulder buttons provide the same function for each vehicle.
The primary analog stick is on the left, with the d-pad below it.
If you used the d-pad, was its crappiness a cause of much frustration?
Pushing any of the d-pad or face buttons causes the players' tank to fire.
The D-pad and face buttons of the console are simply used to switch weapons.
Old, simpler games made for a d-pad and two buttons might be easier to map, also.
So I assume despite the stick it was still a d-pad based digital controller?
By holding the 'x' button you can choose various video options using the d-pad.
The player switches between and issues orders to the characters via the D-pad.
Using a D-pad in a 3D game greatly limits the ability to move.
Players control the bike by using either the control stick or D-pad.
The player stops each reel by pressing a direction on the D-pad.
That gives you a digital d-pad and two buttons.
Especially considering it's on the 360 which has the worst d-pad in the history of d-pads.
Tap a direction on the D-pad and hit a button to spawn help.
When you were playing it did you use the joystick or the d-pad?
All major video game consoles since have had a D-pad of some shape on their controllers.
Navigating menus and playing the game can be done with either the touch screen or the d-pad.
Cosmetic changes include a D-pad and a restyled case.
The directional pad will move the screen left and right.
I would argue that it's better than the traditional directional pad.
The player must choose a tank with his or her directional pad.
The two directional pads are located on either side of the controller at the top.
In more traditional 2-dimensional games, the two directional pads are interchangeable.
In early games, the player uses solely the directional pad to fight.
Control is very simple - the only buttons used are the directional pad and A button.
The directional pad is used for placing your serves and shots.
Directional pads on main controllers will break so you can't move down to select games.
To fly, the play must hold down the directional pad left or right while jumping three times in a row.
The pointing-head is on the right side of the unit below the directional pad.
The directional pad moves an image of a character representing the party while not in combat.
The game now uses the directional pad for actions such as the 180 degree turn and the "dash forward" ability.
N+ plays with only three buttons and the directional pad, used to control a small black ninja.
Pressing the "I" button and the directional pad will make the player kick the ball.
Each direction on the directional pad combined with the circle button will perform an attack.
The player controls the large spherical jewel, and can move around with the directional pad.
The rest of the front is white, with a long, slim silver directional pad button centered above the keyboard.
The player performs tricks by jumping and then pressing in any direction on the directional pad.
As a health indicator, the directional pad changes color from clear to yellow to red as you take hits.
Unlike most handheld games, this product features a joystick-like directional pad.
Home console versions use game controllers with directional pads and analog sticks.
Touch control is used for all actions besides movement (which is handled by the directional pad).
This extra feature is provided since the Game Boy's directional pad does not allow pressing up+down or left+right at the same time.
It features a different directional pad and different face and shoulder buttons.
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