40°
Submitted by Pandamobile 922d 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  +   922d ago
For FPS, coordinate input > vector input, all day, everday.
aliengmr  +   922d ago
I'm trying to figure out how Bungie is relevant to the PC.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Are microtransactions really bad for gaming

23m ago - IndianNoob says, "Everyone and their grandmothers hate microtranscations. Why, because nobody wan... | Culture
30°

Hard West Brings Elaborate Strategy to Wild Westerns in a Great Way | Twinfinite

27m ago - If you’ve got an affinity for cowboys and tactical turn-based combat, then you might want to chec... | PC
Ad

Check What PS4 Games are Coming Out in August

Now - At Releases.com you can check release dates for all PS4 games. Visit now and start tracking the games you plan to buy. | Promoted post
30°

Game Informer | Magic: The Gathering – Why I Can't Wait For Puzzle Quest To Consume My Phone Again

28m ago - GI I absolutely adored the original Puzzle Quest, and I've spent an absurd amount of time play... | iPhone
40°

16 More Things We Learned About Final Fantasy 15 | Gamespot

29m ago - While Square Enix won't be announcing the release date for Final Fantasy XV until March 2016, dir... | PS4
40°

'Disney Infinity 3.0' Star Wars Starter Pack Review | Forbes

30m ago - Forbes: Disney Infinity 3.0 returns with a high value starter pack that makes a great start with... | PC