Flying with joysticks in previous Battlefield titles on the PC platform, have been popular among users who are uncapable of flying with a mouse and keyboard.
this could be interesting..
I originally started flying helicopters and jets with the joystick when I first began playing BF2, but when I did try flying with mouse and keyboard, I discovered it was way more efficient, easy, and just better to fly with and kill people with the mouse and keyboard
you don't kill people in videogames. you take down virtual enemies. Killing people sound like you do this in real life. I'm strictly against such formulations.
"You dont kill people in videogames". Dude, you DO kill them in videogames DoomeDx (M4) Nanosoldier
If it did not, that would be very bad.
lol That joystick in the thumbnail is the same as mine! a Logitech it is. On Topic: I can imagine people just using the joystick and becoming really good. Interesting.
What do you mean uncapable? Now we have the word incapable. How is it in anyway, incapable? Was fully capable on BF2
I could be wrong but my brain isnt registering that word... http://dictionary.reference... Edit: Read the article
UnInCapable, there fixed :) jk
I fly 100% keyboard only, so moot point for me I guess
maybe i'll grab a joystick to fly in BF3 cause I totally suck at flying in all BF titles. Oh don't worry you'll never catch me hopping into the pilot seat. Maybe one day i'll find an empty server and just take the time out to learn.
Battlefield (me sucking at flying) since 1942!
I wish consoles had flight stick comparability. My ace combat T-grip and flight stick would be perfect.
I know a lot of ppl who used joysticks in BF2. Good call DICE, another thing to show that this game is being made for PC'S first and not consoles.
That's cool but keyboard and mouse are still the best.
for flying? you have got to be joking...
Now if we can just get 360 controller supported..
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