InBlack wrote on Sep 30, 2015, 03:32:
Lastly, some of us want to support our platform of choice, we want it to become what it used to be. I can't think of a better way than boycotting console releases and purchasing only PC games.
Good luck with that.
I don't think Microsoft is going to be looking at Halo 5 sales and crying about potential lost sales from PC-only gamers. Ditto with Take-Two and RDR. I understand wanting to stick to principles but in this case they aren't going to do much.
The problem is, as consoles become less attractive to publishers (who love the smartphone/tablet market because of all that microtransaction BS and much lower development costs), so does the PC.
Anyway, regarding controllers, I felt the same way for over a decade. I started with the Commodore 64 with a joystick and a NES with its gamepad, but I moved to the PC before consoles starting getting controllers with analog sticks (not joysticks, that is). I thought I could never adapt, but I managed to do so in less than a month once I finally got a PS3 and started going through all the games the PC never got.