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Watch The World Burn

March 10, 2017 by Tim


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Shade
Shade
4 years ago

On the Playstation the back button is the X and the circle Confirm in Japan though, America switched them around
(Stemming from O (Maru) being okay and X (Batsu) being bad in japanese)
So Microsoft and NoA are the odd ones

Paris
Paris
4 years ago
Reply to  Shade

You mean Microsoft and Playstaton US are the odd ones right? Cus yeah In japan all confirm buttons are indeed the rightmost button Microsoft just switched the buttons placement but not their letters associated with the function.

(A button is still A button on XBox and does all fucntions one would associate with an A button they just slid it to the bottom)

Shecky
Shecky
4 years ago

Nintendo’s B – A button placement has been the same since the NES… I think they have grounds for precedent in this field.

Paris
Paris
4 years ago
Reply to  Shecky

Yeah youre right, they have precedent and Sony followed suit with their button placement in japan as said in previous comments it was Sony usa that switched the X O button functions.

If anything he should be complaining about sonydoing the dissidient thing back in the psx years and only on the USA

Syragar
Syragar
4 years ago
Reply to  Shecky

I agree. I was just about to post this as well. Nintendo chose the default “back” button in the NES days. And if anyone argues that it isn’t a diamond button configuration… then the same can still be said about the SNES. The SNES was the first console to have a diamond button configuration. So either way you look at it, it’s Sony and Microsoft (and only in the USA, as mentioned by Paris) that decided to go backwards. Nintendo was there first, and they’re just sticking with what they’ve always done.

Urzole_Narx
Urzole_Narx
4 years ago

I am going to set the world on fire someday. It may be today. You don’t know that.

El Guero Caliente
El Guero Caliente
2 months ago
Reply to  Urzole_Narx

*Yawn*