anyone have profile for fear for nostromo n52? -1 reply

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#1 12 years ago

I have been looking for progile(s) for nostromo n52 , especialy for fear...Anyone want to share one>,,Greatly appreciated.And if anyone knows links for profiles please let me know...Thanks




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#2 12 years ago

Ralrebel;

Nostromo manufactures specialized gaming input devices, right? I remember when I used to visit the EverLAN site (http://www.everlan.net) there was often an advertisement for Nostromo keymice and keyboard mods in the ad frames cycled on the main page. I honestly don't know anyone locally who has any Nostromo gear; I can't even think of anyone (well, besides yourself- I presume you'd want the n52 profile because you have one) online who I know well enough to know if they used any Nostromo inputs.

I can't help you with providing a profile for an n52; I debated getting one of their keymice (mouse mod with 10 hotkeys- I honestly can't remember the model name, and even if I could it's probably out of date) back when I first got HL2 and CS:S, but never went ahead with it since my 'board and mouse did a good enough job for my small bit of mutiplayer gaming (I got the feeling they had a game like Counter-Strike in mind, which I have yet to play- I said 'got', not 'played' :)). I don't even know where to start looking, besides perhaps a F.E.A.R. site like the hosted Filefront site or Monolith's page, or perhaps even Nostromo's website. Even if you don't find anything on the latter site immediately, chance are if they still provide customer support for the n52 they might be able to come up with something for you even if they were to type it up for you. (I'm presuming an input device profile is more or less a small bit of written driver code.)

Keep checking back here- although I've been downloading stuff on the main site for months I'm pretty much new here in the Forums. Chances are somebody in the Forums knows a link or has a file that could do a better job of helping you find a profile for your Nostromo. ;)

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#3 12 years ago

ty for response...I can make one , but much easier if one out there...I do not play much " first person" , mainly a nr2003/2005 ( papyrus sim racing) fanatic..Getting new computer and geting back into these games...About 8 of us just got fear demo and plan on purchasing.




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#4 12 years ago
ralrebelty for response...I can make one , but much easier if one out there...I do not play much " first person" , mainly a nr2003/2005 ( papyrus sim racing) fanatic..Getting new computer and geting back into these games...About 8 of us just got fear demo and plan on purchasing.

Ralrebel;

Nada problem. :) Yeah, I can understand you'd want to find something that was tested and working, especially for a variety of game that you didn't usually play a lot of. I guess I'm at the other end of the spectrum; I don't dislike racing games but I rarely play them; I much prefer games like Half-Life 2 and F.E.A.R. (which, incidentally, I think your crew will like), and RTSes like Warcraft III and Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War.

I'm glad you've decided to try F.E.A.R.; I'm afraid I haven't tried its multiplayer option (in my case, I'm the only dude I know locally who has it, so it'd pretty much have to be over the Internet, unlike your crew who'll be able to have a sweet LAN once you've got yours), but I will warn all eight of you now that if the storyline and mood of the singleplayer story grabs you, it's very, very addictive. It's one of the best FPSes I've ever played, IMHO, and almost certainly the most frightening.

It was a good decision on you and your friends' part to try out the demo (or demos- I believe there's an SP and a MP demo, IIRC) before buying the game. I played through the first half of the SP before buying the full version in November, and the gameplay is just as good as in the retail version. MP you'll have to figure for yourselves, but it looks pretty good.

Anyhow, it's 2am chez me and I'm stretching my remaining consciousness a little thin, as you can probably tell from my droning on. :P Post me back when you'd like, and I'll try and get back to you tomorrow- er, later today. :) Give the Nostromo website a visit; I suspect you aren't the first person to need an input device profile for one of their products.

-Worker.




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#5 12 years ago

If I'm not mistaken the Nostromo n52 is totally programmable, unlike the Zboard insets that are made for specific games. So, what's the point of buying such a device if you don't want to use it to it's fullest potential and program it to your liking?

Surely it's not much different than simply binding keys in game menus. Bottom line, the Zboards are made for those that can't or don't want to manage such relatively simple tasks, the Nostromos are not.

If you are getting back into these types of games as you say, why not take some inititive and experiment with key bindings, it's really not as hard as you make it sound.;)




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#6 12 years ago

No ,it is not hard at all , but the profiles on Belkins site ,such as , pacific fighters ,ghost recon , pacific assault were awesome the way they are.It is just very time consuming , and also nice to have links or people to share them with.Not to mention , I made a few and did not save them when I lost hard drive :) ..And for worker , we are playing over internet , you are welcome to join if you like..Our race site is being moved currently , so it is down a few days.There is a section called " rbol clan" where a few of us get together on first person shoters , nothing huge , just shoot each other up...You can sign up and look ( forum page stil up ), or let me know if you want room name and password we use..... http://racingbuds.bdrhosting.com/index.php