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Are you a console or PC gamer?

Discussion in 'Video Games Discussion' started by music alchemist, Aug 8, 2016.
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  1. Music Alchemist
    I wonder if I should get another PS3 controller so I can use it on my laptop. (Especially for PlayStation ports from Steam.)
    Another good Asian live action movie is Oldboy. Way better than the American remake.
  2. Yethal

    I've seen the Asian Oldboy, I've even read the manga it is based on. A great movie (and a great manga) indeed.
  3. GivenTheOkiDoke
    Pc gamer if I want to play for real. But I grew up on Playstation so I will always enjoy realaxing with a dualshock in my hand. My favorite video game memories were playing Socom with my friends. That game made a lot of people degenerates myself included.
  4. Rhamnetin
    Only if you exclusively play the most recent AAA games, maybe.
    Since you're more comfortable with controllers, go for it.  Any controller that uses a USB connection.
  5. shaisalem15
    pc master race
  6. Honkymagoo21
    I've always been both. Most of my gaming is PC these days but I still have my PS3 hooked up in the bedroom, and my SNES, PS2, and Wii in there too to hook up when I want to play those.
    Been playing BF1, Overwatch, and Battlerite on PC lately. Finished Vanquish on PS3 recently and I'm playing Nier (the first one) on PS3 now.
  7. Music Alchemist
    Argh. My mouse is hurting my wrist. Are more expensive ones better in this regard?
  8. Yethal

    Not really, it all depends on the shape. $5 mouse might be more comfortable than $100 mouse for some users. What mouse do you use?
  9. Music Alchemist
    Just a cheapo Insignia NS-PNC5001.
  10. Yethal

    Choosing a comfortable mouse is not an easy task, it's very difficult to eyeball. Probably the best course of action would be to go to a physical store and try a few of them out. Or simply buy a Cyborg R.A.T as these can be customized to any hand size and shape.
  11. Honkymagoo21
    I've been using variants of the Logitech MX518 for about 10 years and love them for comfort and ergonomics. The newer ones are the G400 series but they're based off the same model, I think. Usually run about $50. Fairly simple 5-button mouse with on-the-fly DPI buttons, which is more than enough for gaming imo.
  12. Rhamnetin
    Such customizable mice are indeed a good place to start.  Aside from this, if you can determine which of these (pictures below) is closer to how you prefer to grip the mouse, we can help you choose one better suited for you.
  13. Rompe
    As a kid I had C64, NES and Sega Megadrive. I got my first PC at my late teens. Have been mostly a PC gamer since. I also play games infrequently with my phone and iPad. The reason I prefer PC over consoles is pretty much listed by Rhamnetin on the first page of this thread.
  14. Music Alchemist
    I think that even if I transitioned to being a hardcore PC gamer, I'd still use portable consoles. There's something special about playing games in the palm of your hand, so to speak, especially now that they're so much more advanced than they used to be.
  15. ibage
    I do have an Xbone to keep in touch with friends. It's also nice to play from bed when I tire of sitting up. I've also got a 3DS, which is nice for something to do on the can. However, I am primarily a PC gamer. Cheaper games, better quality in graphics and sound, mods, and the potential for emulators. PC gaming is much nicer, but I've nothing against the filthy console peasants (just kidding, yall are great).
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