Looking to remap the controls on your PS2 or emulator? This new tool by pelvicthrustman can get the job done!
By entering remaps as cheat codes, pelvicthrustman has crafted a pretty handy Windows-based tool that allows you to remap controls for games on PS2 or PCSX2. Below are some more details and a text-tutorial from the developer!
PS2 Controller Remapper is a tool designed to arbitrarily remap a PS2 game's controls using cheat codes.
Remapping codes can be used on either a real PS2 or PCSX2.
This will not work with all games but compatibility should be better than 90% based on analysis of about 200 games.
Thanks goes out to @No.47 for both suggesting the project and doing a lot of testing for me.
How to use it
Opening an ELF
In order to remap the controller PS2 Controller Remapper must analyze the games executable ELF file, you can do this by dragging and dropping the ELF file or by clicking 'Browse'.
The game's ELF file can be found by looking for SXXX_###.## in the game disc's root directory or .elf elsewhere, where Xs are letters and #s are numbers.
Some games have multiple ELF files - if you receive the error "Unable to locate controller routine" search the disc for .elf files and try one of those.
Select the input to change and scroll through the list of inputs to select what to replace it with
PS2 Controller Remapper makes sure that every input can be mapped to only one other input - this is by design
Selecting the 'Use memcpy' checkbox reduces code length by ten, however it also reduces compatibility
Selecting the 'RAW Code' radio button generates codes in unencrypted 'RAW' PS2 cheat code format - compatible with ps2rd and Codebreaker 9.3+
Selecting the 'PNACH' option generates codes in PCSX2 cheat code format (also compatible with ps2rdmod)
Hit the 'Remap' button, copy or save the code and enjoy!
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