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Submitted by Pandamobile 921d ago | opinion piece

Mouse & Keyboard Still A Major Player In FPS Market

RPS: "Those remarks seemingly made by Bungie yesterday, that no one plays FPS games with a mouse and keyboard any more, have led to some pretty silly debate. But it’s hard to get more peculiar than an article that recently appeared on Ars Technica. Titled, “Sorry to say it, but keyboard and mouse are losing the FPS market”, it not only rather helpfully highlights all the most common misconceptions about the PC’s place in the market, but rather brilliantly provides some compelling data to show just how significant a player the PC actually is. Let’s take a look" (Bungie, PC)

Letros  +   921d ago
For FPS, coordinate input > vector input, all day, everday.
aliengmr  +   921d ago
I'm trying to figure out how Bungie is relevant to the PC.

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