Mafia II

Today's profile is:

I just started playing today. So far it looks promising, although I still prefer Kane&Lynch 2. But it's soon to compare both games so I'll just talk about the profile.
This is the M1 layout. You can perform almost all actions with this layout:

Easy and simple. However, you can't navigate the menus. So I changed the WASD keys for arrow keys and saved it to M2. Now with M2 layout you can play on foot, drive and navigate the menus.

This is the full macro list:

And that's all. I used the profile and so far it works but if you find any problem please leave a comment.

Here's the link:

Logitech G13 profile for Mafia II

Have fun!


Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days

Today's profile is:

Wow this game is so cool! I love this ultra realistic style the developers chose, it's very immersive.
The game packs lots of action and some gore cuts, altough corpses are censored to make the game more immersive.

Anyway, you came here for the profile and here it is. The game uses just a couple of keys so the profile is really simple.

And the game macro list:

I hope you like it. The link:

Logitech G13 profile for Kane & Lynch: Dog Days

 August 22:
I updated the link for v1.1. which has arrow and Enter keys for menu navigation.


Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood

Today's profile is:

 Well I liked a lot the first part but this one has a different feeling. It's more focused on action and shooting, and has less stealth and platforms moments.
Whatever, I created a profile and here it is. It's very simple but still someone will find it useful.
It just uses M1. The layout is:

It's very simple because of the game simple mechanics.
I beated the game with it so it should work for you. Here's the link:

Logitech G13 profile for Call of Juarez Bound in Blood



World in Conflict

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Now, this game is one of the best RTS games you can actually play.  The multiplayer experience is very good, it features up to 8 vs 8 players and has loads of units and strategies. And it really encourages teamplay. You will need your team mates as much as they will need your support.

About the profile. It's actually in early stages but since I'm going to be off during the weekend, I thought I'd rather share what I have now. I'll certainly make some corrections but right now this seems to work.
It has a main layout and a secondary layout (M3) that you can access through G-keys 23 and 24.

This is M1:

I'm currently trying different configurations but so far this one looks solid. I actually have some canges in mind so probably the next version will be different.
As you can see, both G23 and G24 are command keys.
Both of them are linked to M3, but they behave different.
G23 triggers the Tactical menu, the one you use to call artillery and air support. You have to hold it while you use it. 

G24 launches the reinforcements menu. You can click it and then click it again to get back to M1.

Here's M3:

M3 is designed to work with both Tactical and Reinforcements menu. You can navigate through their options, call reinforcements and deploy units.

Now, it takes some time to get used to it but I think it's worth it. Anyway, I typed almost all the macros so you can create your own layout.

I hope you like it, if you have any suggestions just type them. They will ber appreciated.

Here you have the link:

Logitech G13 profile for World in Conflict



Crysis, Crysis Warhead & Crysis Wars

Today's profile is:

This game really rocks!! It's been a long time since I played it for the first time but since I have some spare time now I decided to install it again and create a nice profile for it. So here it is:

This is M1 layout:

 It's almost the original layout except for grenades and melee. You will notice that keys have the single-player name, ie lean right and left which have different functions in multiplayer. I did it this way to avoid having two or more macros that do exactly the same with different names.
The stick is used to change the suit mode. For this I used a macro that calls the suit menu and then picks the mode. You can get the same result with in-game hotkeys but I prefer this way.

You will notice that there's no weapon menu or binoculars and that there are some new macros.

You can access weapon config menu by pressing G23. As long as you hold it you will shift the layout to M2 AND prompt the weapons menu. M2 looks like this:

 Keys G6, G7, G13, G10 and G19 are used to move through the weapons config options. So if you want to add/remove silencers, lasers etc you just hold G23, use the G-keys and then release G23. Great!
Binoculars are accesed through M2, and quickload/save too.

About the new macros. They combine different nanosuit modes and actions. Strong punch changes your current suit mode to strength, releases a melee atack and goes back to armor mode.

Cloaked fire is intended to be used when cloaked. It changes to cloaked mode, performs a single left button click and goes back to cloaked mode. This way you can snipe without being detected because the suit stays invible for a second or two right after you cancel the cloaked mode. You don't become visible at all.
Timing has been tested with assault rifle, because I just installed the game and I don't have the sniper rifle yet. If recoil is an issue, simply increase the delay. I'll check this as soon as I get the sniper rifle and if there are issues I'll update te profile.

Cloaked jump is similar to the previous one. It changes to strength, jumps and then goes invisible. This way you can perform huge leaps while being invisible.

I'll keep playing the game to see if there are any issues. If I find anyone I'll update the profile but so far all the macros work OK.

Here's the download link:
Logitech G13 profile for Crysis

I hope you like it. Please report any oddity so I can fix it ASAP.
Have fun!


Starcraft II

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To be honest this profile should be regarded as a beta. I'm currently working on it. I just created the macros and placed some keys here and there but the profile is still far from being complete. It will take a bit, just like the DoW II profile did.
Any suggestion will be much appreciated, because I didn't play the first Starcraft and I'm a bit lost. 

Here's the v1.0 layout:

I bound the camera to the stick, which has proven to be very handy. 
The group numbers will very likely stay the same but other keys might change in a future revision.
I'm currently playing the campaing in order to gather some experience. As soon as I finish it I'll update the profile.
Until then here is the link:

Logitech G13 profile for StarCraft II v1.1


Feel free to post any correction or suggestion you have.

August 5 2010,
I added a few more macros and I corrected the profile (former version had two keys for Patrol). No big change but anyway here it is the v1.1.
I changed the link so it now points to the new version.

August 20 2010,
Here's a picture of many but not all the commands I coded. It might help you to mod your layout.