Neocrisis: If you are a gamer then it's safe to say that at some point in your life you have no doubt had a argument or conversation about which is better. Mouse and Keyboard or Controllers? Well I am here to lay this debate to rest.
keyboard/mouse for FPS controller for RPGs
Personally the only games I cannot play with a controller are RTS games. No matter how good they get the controls down on controller there is just something about the mouse. Wonder how Halo Wars will work out.
good point i do not get how ppl played starcraft 64 lol
I prefer keyboard all the way... I only use controllers to play Pro Evolution Soccer.. :p
i think there will be 50% on one k/m and 50% on controller
I got no idea how you guys use the keyboard so well. I am completely retarded using it.
Controller: FPS and RPG K/M: RTS and MMORPGS I can't stand K/M for shooters, sure it's more accurate but it's really not fun.
FPS and RTS k/m, everything else controller :D
Retarded article. "There is always someone better then you. Using one doesn't make you more skilled then the other." Simply wrong. Using a M/K in FPS games gives the potential to be much more skilled than using a controller, regardless if someone is better than you. Play a game of UT3 on PS3 and you can instantly tell M/K players apart because they are owning. If you think that people can be as skilled with a controller than someone with a M/K. Why don't they just use a controller to surf the web? It's too slow and inaccurate no mater who's hands its in.
Well, you've said it all. I love FPS's but until devs input the m/k access on those games i'll not buy a single one, for more good as they are I wonder several times how could i be more aacurate in MGS4 with a m/k, and i'm talking about a third person view game.
I waited for YEARS for someone to invent the pad! When I was a kid I was a god in the arcades, put the same game into a C64 or Specy using keys an' it was clown-shoes time for me. I'd have given up a long time ago if it weren't for the control pad.
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