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#2 Posted by robokill (1392 posts) -

@mr_huggles_dog: Xbox controller, TV and pc for the win. I hate gaming at a desk. All games should have gamepad implementation, it's clearly the way games are supposed to be played

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#3 Posted by robokill (1392 posts) -

@silversix_: it always wasn't DS3 so it has that going for it. Dark souls 3 is Star Wars 7. Rehashed reunion episode with fan service and clichés that directly contradict the original material.

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#4 Posted by robokill (1392 posts) -

Bioware, CDPR makes interactive movies and bad walking simulators, no Geralt over there, no I mean by the ladder, no not that fencepost the ladder you dumb shit.

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#5 Posted by robokill (1392 posts) -

@popgotcha: it's because the damn thing flexes and creaks so it takes way more force just to use it. It's constantly shifting around so your hands have to adjust.

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#6 Edited by robokill (1392 posts) -

@jhonMalcovich: you lost me at Dice, they are shovelware now. Like Ubisoft and Bioware, Dice stopped putting any passion into their games.

BF1 is a lazy reskin of star wars battlefront that was a lazy reskin of bf4. Dice does not give two shits about quality or integrity. Clearly they don't rigorously test their netcoding they spend all their time and effort making trailers to sucker people into buying the next reskin.

You get a big enough company with no accountability whatsoever and people just start fucking around all day.

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#7 Posted by robokill (1392 posts) -

@kvally: when I use the ds4 the stupid thing squeaks and shifts in my hands. It bends a good 4-5mm in either direction on the yz axis.

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#8 Posted by robokill (1392 posts) -

@walloftruth: so like 2% of games?

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#9 Edited by robokill (1392 posts) -

I have ps4,ps3, Wii and PC.

I use a gamepad for pc and purchased an Xbox gamepad. It makes the ps4 controller and Nintendos controllers feel like cheap plastic.

How is it so much better? The triggers are easier to use, the controller is solid so it doesn't twist and make creaking noises (ps4 controller is garbage in comparison). How do Sony and Nintendo willingly put out weak flimsy peripherals when a much more well optimized design exists?

Solid with easy to use triggers and easy to grasp, the ps4 and Nintendo controllers feel like they are designed for involutes that can barely hold the damn things. The controller is so much better I'm tempted to sell my ps4 because it's just way more fun on a study gamepad that doesn't hurt my hands or feel like it's going to break.

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#10 Posted by robokill (1392 posts) -

@parkurtommo: games aren't hard to make by yourself. I did.