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Final Fantasy 9 -When should it rumble?

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I bought and Thrustmaster Firestorm Dual Power and a Logitech Wingman Rumblepad, trying to find out which one is the best for me.

I get a short rumble when I turn the Rumblefeature in the FinalFantasy-Options-Menu on, but nowwhere else.
Isn't it supposed to rumble at every hit I get in battle, or something that way?
I have the lastet driver installed (So far, I only tested the Firestorm, for its buttons are pretty near to the PSX-controller), but it wont do it.

Also, when I start the patched FF9 ISO, I have to press F5 to switch temporay back to digital mode, for it won't start after the patcher-massage. After that I press Start and then F5 again, and everything is fine.
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I believe its suppose to rumble when you get in a fight and one of your characters gets hit.. and when you summon earth shaking monsters and magic.. It still don't work for me either though.. I got a thrustmaster dual power as well and its rumble sucks.. The rumble was working for a bit on some games in epsxe ie. Gt2, MvC, and a few others.. Now it don't any more.. Plus thrustmaster has horrible customer support at the moment.. They gotta get their act together.. hmm.. I have tried everything too.. Even when the rumbe did work, it didn't work for my FF games like FF8.. There must still be a few bugs left in the rumble feature.. Has anyone actually gotten a pc gamepad to rumble in the FF games? Please indulge us with some info please..
Actually, I have played FF8 on a real psx with a rumble psx pad and it rumbled a lot during the fight scenes.. It rumbles when I hit the enemy, when I was hit by the enemy, when I did powerful magic and summons.. Even when Squal did his gunblade attacks it rumbled.. But on epsxe it didn't rumble.. Remember that Gt2 and MvC did rumble with my thrustmaster but not anymore.. Damn it!!!
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