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Gamers Need More Options Available On Consoles

GXC: " Before I started console gaming on Sony’s PlayStation 2 system, I called my PC home for gaming. I used a keyboard and mouse for everything except flight simulators and loved how responsive they could be. When I transitioned to consoles, my very first game was Medal of Honor: Frontline. I was disappointed in how the analog sticks felt compared to the PC’s Medal of Honor: Allied Assault with the mouse.'

'These are 3 options all first person and third person titles need to include as an option to gamers. Not everyone has the same hand size or shape, not everyone holds their DualShock or Xbox controller the same way, and not everyone learns or adapts at the same pace. Having these options allow gamers to fine-tune how their analog sticks react to their thumb movements, creating what is a precise and smooth motion for their crosshairs or camera. "

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Th4Freak1137d ago (Edited 1137d ago )

I think we will definetly see more options in the next-gen however im not sure if we will be able to do things like change the anti-aliasing.

MrDead1137d ago

People just need to stop moaning, this is how it is if you don't like it don't play it and find something else that meets your demands.

kiwipunk1137d ago

sounds like an EA response

MrDead1137d ago (Edited 1137d ago )

EA would add the options that this guy wants implemented on consoles, but they would then add their micro charges to each of them.

arronax-11137d ago

For Christ's sake, just play the god damn games and shut up!

Jaqen_Hghar1137d ago

A man is happy as long as a company's next gen console is a large jump over their previous one and allows developers to be creative. A man likes free online, symmetrical analog sticks, and amazing 1st party exclusives so he will stick with his usual Sony at/near launch and Nintendo when very cheap and all the amazing local MP games are out strategy.