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One badass FPS controller

Discussion in 'Games' started by r9, Jun 19, 2010.

  1. r9

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    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    its cool but did you notice how slow it was when the actual crosshairs were brought up? youd be dead before you could move the gun over a target
     
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    Unless they can tweak it to to move at the same speed as a person with a mouse, it's pretty much useless online. I do have to say that I love the idea behind it and the way you control it.
     
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    Less QQ, more pew-pew!

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    Yeah I like being fat. This would take away from that enjoyment.
     
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    Looks very cool and high-tech and all but ill stick to keyboard + mouse :)
     
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    innovative but it some people rather not keep their arm raised for long periods of time. :p, props to them anyways
     
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    Just eat a bucket of chicken with the other hand. :roll:
     
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    i got the thing just for you, its only in beta testing at the moment

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    Always good to see new inventions in this market; they can indirectly help to influence unorthodox peripherals that would actually be worthwhile; which this thing is not.

    This is like force feedback on your forearms. Ok great, but that's extremely niche. It'd be ok for a boxing/fighting game, maybe gun recoil... though what other venue would it actually make sense in?

    Now if they made forearm/hand/wrist feedback that could be used in conjunction with traditional peripherals(with that sole purpose of being feedback oriented), then that would be ok.

    It's oddness outweighs it's relevance.
     
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