Neoseeker : News : Oddboxx priced at $25, launching December 20 with 50% discount
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Shadow of Death Dec 15, 10
I wonder if it has controller support? I've heard good things about this series. I'll probably pick up the 4 pack on Steam, especially if it does have controller support.
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chautemoc Dec 15, 10
If not, you can always hack it.
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Shadow of Death Dec 15, 10
quote chautemoc
If not, you can always hack it.
Bleh, I find Xpadder is just clunky to use in games that just don't have controller support.

I do notice some steam games don't say they have controller support, but they do anyway. Occasionally though, some of the buttons don't work, which breaks the game. Psychonauts was one of those games ~_~
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Ech0ez Dec 18, 10
Don't see why you'd need controller support really. Two of them are sidescrollers and one can be played as an FPS, the only game that would really benefit from analogue control for the most part is Munch's Oddysee.

As for the pack, I'll definately be picking Munch and Stranger up. I'm quite dissapointed the first two games aren't getting any sort of update added though, at the very least they could have fixed the bloody resolution issue that plagues the Steam version.
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ButchSmudge Dec 18, 10
Will this be on Mac?
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robbie Dec 19, 10
no mac supported, sorry mac users.
an no they keyboard most like suck to use even for a 2d sidescroller
besides dont worry controller is aiivbel to use on it
too much buttons to press controller is very recommend for easy use
and play have and welcome to the oddwolrd series and let it change ure life <3
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