- Apr 6, 2019
Would that let me pull sick headshots though
Probably not ideal for twitch shooters as its a bit chunkier then a regular mouseYeah, I'm tempted to try one but the immediate thought is 'oh god not with a fps'.
Maybe I'm wrong.
I tried one and I just couldn't get it to feel natural. I move my mouse by moving my fingers more than my wrist, and a vertical mouse feels like you need to move it with your whole arm.If you all need a new mouse. get a vertical mouse. like seriously.
rsi in the wrist sucks, prevent that from ever happening to you.
I use the MX Vertical, seems like its built like a brick and lasts 3 months per charge.
You love to see itTons of cool looking indie games from Japan is coming to Steam.
These are looking great.Tons of cool looking indie games from Japan is coming to Steam.
Oh! I forgot I need to play Dragon's Crown soon! I started it on Vita back in the day and never finished.Vanillaware games runs perfect on Deck.
13 sentinels via yuzu (greatly localized, ryujinx does not get localized languages but yuzu does).
Wii's Muramasa with dolphin+HD texture pack runs perfect
PS3 Odin Sphere Leifthrasir runs perfect
PS3 Dragon's Crown runs perfect
I tried some nukiges and one of the work great with steam proton up.
But the other one didn't have audio on movies using steam compatibility so tried with lutris launcher and added a steam shortcut then movies had audio too.
At this point, one the few games I miss cause I'm not able to make it run the original steam/uplay version or even the pirate versión (tried both) is Tetris Unlimited, I think has something to do with administration permissions but I'm not sure. On windows versión the game makes you to give launcher app administrative privileges repeatedly,
Oh also tried PS3's Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 and Street Fighter 3 Online Edition (imho best SF3 version)
Both run perfect too. This machine is great for fighting games. I was scared for d-pad position but it surprised me.
USA/Euro 13 sentinels is MULTI5 on Switch.
i'm so excited to go through a remake of it, I can’t wait to pop Aestus Domus Aurea with the music that starts playing.I remember the gameplay mechanics are basically Slay the Spire. Excited to play it.
Interviewer: By the way, the Trails series is mostly available on Steam, correct? What sort of response have you heard from overseas fans?
Kondo: I first thought overseas fans would pay more attention to the gameplay and system aspects rather than the story and its world. I was surprised, however, to find the same viewpoints as Japanese fans.
I once saw articles and other fans voice things such as “I like this character!” In that sense, the fanbase there isn’t much different from here in Japan. (laughs)
I had the impression that the so-called “JRPG” genre was shunned by people overseas until very recently. After the acceptance of Japanese anime and its subcultural content, the number of overseas JRPG fans increased exponentially. This has had a strong influence, and I believe they like our games in the same way Japanese fans do.
Interviewer: What do you think about the Japanese PC game market? It seems that the number of titles released on Steam by other companies is increasing by the day.
Kondo: We have [many] fans [in Japan] who play our games on PC via Steam, but it’s a very small number compared to the percentage of people overseas. The majority of user feedback [considering only Japan] also comes primarily from console players.
However, the number of PC game users has grown significantly over the past few years, so perhaps one day, we will return to the PC-centric approach [from when we developed Sky in 2004].
The PC player base is still a vital market we can’t ignore just because they are a minority. In every board meeting, the question of “how to expand to Steam” comes up almost every time.
Durantee's future looks very bright
Everything is too expensive and an arseache.I was planning on getting one of the new Ryzen 7000 CPUs when they come out, but now I see they're completely incompatible with DDR4 RAM? Dammit... That pushes what would have likely been a ~$600 upgrade into the $800 ballpark, and that's too much for me. Guess I'll make the switch back to Intel.
Amazing news for us all that like Durante ports