on 14-06-2012 12:54 AM
First I would just love a global sense function for the "sixaxis" or whatever the new control will be and have that connected to my PSN account. So whatever game I'm using on my account anywhere I will be able to use my settings for controls, my buttons, sensitivity, ADS-sensitivity and other control related things. Since it can be rather annoying to get back in the game if you jump between, say 4 or 5 with different aim settings. And good aim is a must to seriously compete with PC. And honestly...some game developers have paid little thought to console control and why should the playstation get dragged down of someone else's lack of interest..
on 16-06-2012 09:03 AM
It's actually hard to put together a sentence that would describe the competition between Console and PC. Consoles are so low and outdated that they're not even... *tries to think of a word*
Basically consoles are so far behind in tech it's just simply unbelievable to think that they're on equal grounds with PC. However, credit where it's due to the console: they are more convenient, mainstream and accessible than PC's.
As for your idea with the control settings. It would be hard for developers to predict a universal control setting as they have their own design and tastes when it comes to creating games. Plus the simular buttons on different games would make it feel all too much like Call of Duty's rinse & repeat developing strategy, which kind of makes the game boring.
On a related note: I personally would like to see a SSD instead of an HDD inside the PS4... unfortunately this would bump the cost of the console up.
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