Wishmere can be played with a controller, a fightstick or a keyboard. Though a controller or a fightstick is recommended due to the various simultaneous inputs and quick movements that could be hindered when using a keyboard.
Wishmere uses two types of selectable control schemes, Fighter and Shortcut, which are changeable in-game.
Differences between Fighter and Shortcut[edit | edit source]
The only difference between the Fighter and Shortcut control scheme is how it affects performing Super Moves and Fate Moves. The notations affected by the control schemes are:-
|Example on a X-Box controller|
|Action:||Fighter control scheme||Shortcut control scheme|
|Super Move||Y button + B button||LB|
|Ultimate Move||Up + Y button + B button||Up + LT|
|Fate Advance||Any attack + RT||LT|
|Fate Break||when taking damage or blocking, any attack + RT||when taking damage or blocking, LT|
NOTE: changing controller schemes affect only the player in control, not the other players.
The Shortcut control scheme minimizes multi-button inputs as best as possible.
The Fighter control scheme is recommended for:
- players who are used to fighting games
- players who are using a fightstick
- players who are using a game controller AND are used to fighting games
The Shortcut control scheme is recommended for:
- players who are unfamiliar with fighting games
- players who are using a keyboard
- players who are using a game controller AND are unfamiliar with fighting games
Fighter control scheme[edit | edit source]
Below is a layout of the Fighter control scheme used:
Shortcut control scheme[edit | edit source]
Below is a layout of the Shortcut control scheme used: