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Play PSP Games on PC using PPSSPP Emulator

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How to configure analog stick to mouse on PPSSPP Windows?

Hi, I wanted to use my mouse to play on the PPSSPP, is there a way to do it?. I have tried: Changing it on the config menu. I think it was caused by: Don't know.

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In the emulator search for the "MouseGetPos" file. It will walk you through how to set up your mouse with timed intervals. I will caution you though that most games from Japan will not work with the mouse even after you set it up as they are configured for D-pad and need at least a keyboard.

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When I play God of War, I cannot kill the enemy in part the gates of Athens, I cannot understand how to rotate the left analog stick to break Masouda's head?

I cannot break the Masuoda's head by pressing left analog stick keys

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You will have to be rapid fast with the keys that you set for Left analog. It may take several attempts!

I am sorry for that. My question said how to use log direction in the game, for example, God of War?

My question said how to use log direction in the game, for example, God of War?

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