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jdfoster1793d ago (Edited 1793d ago )

"On the PS3, players can use the game controller, the PlayStation Move motion controller or even a mouse and keyboard." "PS3, Mac and PC players will be match-made against each other, clumped by skill, regardless of input device or platform"

AND I JIZZED IN MY PANTS...

Is this what valve was on about when saying Sony should be rewarded?

Really looking forward to this! Can't wait to get my hands all over it! Will be very interesting to see what it's like and what it plays like on the ps3 with the move, mouse and duel shock! .... talk about mix and matching it up xD

Pandamobile1793d ago

"even a mouse and keyboard"

At least the console gamers will stand a chance now.

jdfoster1793d ago (Edited 1793d ago )

haha :) Cheeky! But yes I agree!

I'm really looking forward for this!

AKA1793d ago (Edited 1793d ago )

no we will not...
you will have this game running at 120fps at a 1400p soo you will be way faster and have a better view, special with elite players like you that will be using 3 30'' monitor and will be able to see me evem from your a...

nooooo what i'm going to do.. i will get my ass kick by super players like you...

StayStatic1793d ago (Edited 1793d ago )

@ AKA

No you won't lol , majority of good CS players use 720p ish or less resolutions and cap their FPS at lower than 120fps .

3 30" monitors LMAO =D good one :P

Theo11301793d ago

@ AKA

If you get this game, I'm going to look specifically for you, so I can prove my point.

WrAiTh Sp3cTr31793d ago

I may have to pick up a PS3 on the cheap.

trenso11792d ago

Can you explain how mouse and keyboard is better that a controller seriously? No sarcasim intended but i really want to know how is thay a mouse and keyboard is better when i fumble so much with a mouse and keyboard but excell with a controller. Is it something with lag time, reaction soeed, button configuration?

Pandamobile1792d ago (Edited 1792d ago )

A mouse has accuracy down to the pixel. Joysticks approximate linear movement.

In an FPS game, you want speed and accuracy, both of which are not strong-points of a controller. With a controller, you can only turn your player up to the maximum speed that you set it to. With a mouse, you can move your player as fast as your hand can move; there's no maximum speed (technically there is, but it's not something that you'll encounter).

There's other issues like you said, controller lag if you're using a wireless one, you may have a 30-60 ms delay.

Buttons are also a problem. On a PS3 controller you're stuck with like 16 buttons, max. Then you run into the problem with simplification. The first Crysis had like 30 key functions, Crysis 2, because it was designed with consoles/controllers in mind, the key functions were almost cut in half.

trenso11792d ago

Thsnks for clearing that up for me i just thought pc elitist were just saying its better just because. Now i now.

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Septic1793d ago

Now this is interesting. Might get this on PS3 even though I have CS Source.

-Mezzo-1793d ago (Edited 1793d ago )

You mean i can just hook-up any USB Mouse & Keyboard to PS3 and Play.

If So, i believe Cross Platform Play between PS3 & PC should also be there.

Edit ---- WHAT!!!! I just read the whole thing and it's confirmed. ("PS3, Mac and PC players will be match-made against each other, clumped by skill, regardless of input device or platform.")

Farsendor11793d ago

think devs forget that ps3 supports just about all usb keyboards and mice

i look forward to going against some of you ps3 guys.

Awesome-Xanto1793d ago

Time to take down some PC players. :P

All kidding aside, I'm even more excited to get this on my PS3 now... may even go get a wireless mouse and keyboard just for this.

FlameBaitGod1793d ago (Edited 1793d ago )

wireless for gaming = poo (mouse and keyboard that is)

Awesome-Xanto1793d ago

Hmmm... when I use to do more PC gaming, I never really had any issues with using wireless for gaming.

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