Why isn't Analog stick + Mouse more popular.
Especially in combat driving games or stealth games.
I find it kinda difficult to setup this kind of controls in some games because they automatically detect which input method you are using and don't even consider the possibility of this combo.
Analog stick > Keyboard.
Mouse > Analog stick.
Considering how many modern games have stealth and driving today this makes no sense.
Trying to hold a controller in one hand is fairly awkward, and something like the Wii nunchuck actually lacks the stability you would otherwise have in a controller and isn't recommended. Plus, it's not as if someone is hooking up Wiimotes to a PC to play a large number of games.
Dual thumbpad + gyro tends to work well as a substitute, assuming you're working with something handheld to use the gyro for fine aiming. Gravity Rush actually handled that quite well. I guess something like that...
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I've been saying this for a long-ass time, but every time I bring up that controllers work for analog movement better than keyboard does, I get shouted down by PC autists who think I'm sayin M&KB is worse than controllers entirely.
I managed to pull a crude setup like this for a while when Halo 5 Forge released on PC by using a controller in my left and mouse on my right, since both could connect at once. Problem was that I didn't have enough available buttons to make it work, this mockup...
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I am stuck on Ruin Sentinels...
I know you can skip them and I don't want to use summons but I am having trouble on focusing on two enemies at once.
I have no problem with Yahim but once there's two of them I am absolutely fucked.
Any good tips?
obligatory git gud
What do I buy next?
How do I get good?
By using superior tanks.
xbox 360 isn't that great, ahh whom i kidding my childhood wants it
I remember xbox 360 lmao back in muh days
oh man those were the days now we have college and shit mannn
/v/ that console was my childhood
Back in muh days I myself loved going to blockbuster every 2 weeks just to see what there is to rent, you'd pop those babies into the DVD player and watch. Those were the 2000s. AKA. The good ol days.
So, I need help /a/. I just buyed related game and I have a major issue, all the voices during battles are muted, the subtitles apear but the line acting is no existing, I can only hear the dragon chit chat, send help please.
I just beat this for the first time.
Give. Me. The. Key
You couldn't resist it now, could you?
This is a good game.
So I played Underrail when it first released, I want to start another playthrough but I can't decide on a build to use. Care to help /v/?
My first playthrough I played a tank with an assault rifle. While it was satisfying being able to stand there and unload on everything I feel like it was sort of a boring build to play. I'm looking for something that's more involved. Looking for a fun build over an OP one.
>can't replay chapters/no new game +
Dropped harder than an atom bomb.
What the fuck is this game?
I'm in the prologue and I've never been more confused in my life.
Original Xbox emulator when?
Why can't the Dolphin team help out the 1 or 2 guys slowly working on XQEMU?
kek, I just pulled out my Xbox and am going to buy some stuff off Amazon for it.
It's crazy to think that Xbox 360 emulation has made progress and people have yet to make progress with the original.
I'm glad I own one, not a fantastic system, but heavily underrated.
ITT: things that blew your fucking mind as a kid
What went right?
who wins in a fight
Have you tried the Steep beta? Do you like it?
It's pretty good desu
I wish there were proper dense snow storms and darker nights.
Right now son. Until tomorrow I think. And then again on the 18th (?)
the episodic nature destroyed completely this game
IMO this game was a 3/10 experience
>not even worth paying $5 to have it family shared with you
Forget about gameplay, story, lore, for a minute.
In terms of SHEER OST/music ONLY
Oblivion > Skyrim > Morrowind
Prove me wrong trogs. You can't.
But...I agree with you.
Oblivion was the king of comfy when it came to OST.
Can you please give me some "good mood" games.
Pic related is a good example of what i'm looking for. The bright colors, the beautiful music, the humor.
Not necessarily platform games.
Just something who will bring a smile on my face while I play.
Divinity: Original Sin
Guild Wars 2
The Talos Principle
Thinking about it, that's a lot of indie games and platformers. I guess colorful games aren't AAA material anymore.
You are coming home from work/school and you see this hanging on building.
What do you do?
Do I have to play Civ 5 to understand Civ 6?
Cyberpunk games out now /v/? I'm in the mood for it
Star Citizen will definitely have cyberpunk-like cities.
ITT games with terrible maps
Has there ever been a bad Kirby game?
So... is there any redeeming qualities to this shit? Post opinions...
idk i like the multiplats better on it
comfier controller, 4k bluray if you give a shit about that, better ui, better design than a ps4
all minor things.
i should probably get a ps4 instead, but ill literally only play ffxv and until dawn on it until january/february so w/e ill wait with an xbox instead
>enemies can climb ladders
>tfw had to put my dog down from kidney failure
What are some games to cheer me up?
Ace Attorney games never fail to cheer me up. Play the first three again.
Also if you're prepared for dog related feels, play Ghost Trick. Ghost Trick is the best 'feel-good' game ever made.
ITT we propose how to fix this guy
>Nerf his hook to have a longer cooldown
>Don't let him one shot off a hook
>ult longer to charge
>give him 100 less health
There. He's less of a broken piece of shit.
>tfw he can't win against a fucking roadhog
What are you, diamond?