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  • Fireswraith10
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    Let me get the easy one out of the way first. I don't entirely mind the stamina bar, but I wish it was a bit more forgiving with dodging. Unless you have a shield equipped parry and dodge are your only defensive moves, and perhaps it's just that I haven't played Odyssey in a long time (so I don't really remember) but in that game parry seemed easier to pull off.

    The default controller settings in Valhalla suck, for me anyway. In Odyssey I used the alternate control scheme because that was natural to me, but the Valhalla default controls don't sit right. Could you at least add an "alternate" setting that makes them similar to Odyssey alternate while still keeping some of the buttons the same?

    I remapped a bunch of my controls to fit more like "alternate", or the best I could do at least without causing problems (really the only issue is when I'm carrying something, my dodge and release object buttons are the same so it does both haha, but I can still press A to place it on the ground). For those wondering they're listed below (anything not listed wasn't changed from default)...

    Navigation
    Park up / Swim up........ RT
    DD / C / Dive................ RB
    Follow R / River ........... A
    Longship
    O / C Sail ......... Y
    Fight
    Light Atk......... X
    Heavy Atk ...... Y
    Assassinate ... A
    Smoke Screen .... A
    Dodge/Roll ....... B
    Character
    Prim Interact ..... A
    Dism / Rel Obj ..... B

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