Today's Takeaway - 09/29
So, we played some Battlefield 3 on PS3 today, but I don't think this is going to be my platform of choice. For me, there are some games that feel like PC games and I intend to play them as such. Battlefield 3 is one of those games for me, like Duke Nukem Forever or Rage. Do you g1s feel the same way? Are there some multi-platform games that just feel better on PC? I know I think there are, but wonder if I am in the minority.
Well, I actually think that the FPSs are way better on PC just because of the Keyboard and Mouse, the precision you can get from using the mouse is practically impossible to replicate in a analog stick, and yeah also RTSs are also feel better in the PC since you can combine keys to give fast orders I think, but then again using Keyboard for third person adventure games is not very good, and also Fighting games are better on a console controller, and even better with a fighting stick
I don't own a PC or PS3 and the only "modern" console that I own is the PSP which is a handheld, so I can only play most of the games on PC. I do remember playing Duke Nukem Forever on a friend's Xbox 360 and it just felt weird. I also remember playing the original Doom on SNES back in the day, it sucked.
if u r talking about upcoming games then counter strike global offensive is the game that could b a deal breaker in consoles,as there might b a huge difference in the experience console gamers will get but bf 3,not so much so
well i'm mostly a PC gamer i own a 360 but i only use it if i can only get the game for that the second i can get it for PC i'll take that instead since i find it light years better
Definitely agree with you on the that one. Maybe it's just me, but CoD just feels weird on PC vs. 360 or PS3.
Oh hell yeah. There are just some games that I would rather play on a console and others on a PC. If I wanted a console shooter, it's likely I would play CoD. If it's a PC shooter, probably Battlefield 3.
PC > consoles.
I am playing it on PC, and I have also tried 360. PC is just a more complete and fulfilling experience. This was made to be a PC game.
Ive played the PS3 version, though i would prefer the Xbox 360 version (only reason i dont is because i dont have XBL right now) I did really enjoy it and am really happy its better than COD.
I havn't played it on Xbox or PS3 yet, but I love it so far on mah PC. The metro one kinda sucked, but caspian border is where it's at.
I play pretty much every game possible on the PC, I keep the consoles purely for their exclusive games (GOW, Uncharted etc). And giving off about Origin? Do you remember Steam when it was first released? Thing was a pile of crap, crashed constantly and looked worse than Origin does now. Will take time for it to be established properly.
Origin is a cheap copy of steam IMHO tou can't even chose a personal avatar only standards, and the software drains cpu in the old PC...it's really obsolete
i love my ps3 but i'll have to say battle field on the PC was AWESOME!!! loved the beta :D
Of course FPS's play better on PC. It's just that ever since Goldeneye came out for the N64, we've all grown accustomed to playing shooters on console. No matter what you get it for, I'm sure it'll be a great game.
Yea FPS is definitely for PC only in my house.
I can't play newer FPS on the computer these days. I just can't. The mouse controls are awkward for me and it makes me wish that I had a controller. Therefore I normally only want to get any game on a console with an actual controller.
steam or the way baby. or the game si enjoy on there. Yes theres alot of games that are beter on PC but it also goes the other way round, i hate playing platformers on PC, i find adventure games more fun on the console.
But i will say this for shooters on PC. can you play local multiplayer on your PC with the person next to you without modification for controllers or buying new ones?
Pc all the way. Consoles versions are really bad graphically.
yep rts,mmorpg, and fps games feel like pc games 4 me
Real Time Strategy games for sure. Even ones custom built for consoles such as Halo: Wars just feel sluggish and watered down. In my opinion RTS's need to be played on a PC's to get the complete experience, as do Point and Click games. As well as they work on consoles, and TellTale have proven this, there's just something about the speed a precision of a mouse that just makes the experience that much greater.