>look up game on Steam
>Microsoft Xbox Controller for Windows® (or equivalent) is strongly recommended.
Your fucking fault for using a Madcatz controller like a 16 year old with no money. Just get an xbox controller and be done with it.
Or, you know, complain a bunch on a forum where nobody agrees with you.
>One of the best things about pc gaming is you can use whichever input device(s) you want
>Your fucking fault for using a Madcatz controller like a 16 year old with no money.
Do you have selective autism?
>I have a generic USB controller
Is it DirectInput or XInput? Most games treat every XInput device as an X360 controller.
If it's DirectInput, use the x360ce wrapper to emulate XInput
I have a fake xbox 360 controller from logitech
you have no fucking excuse you tard
the thing cost fuck all too
even if it breaks I could buy 4 of the damn things for the price of a regular xbox controller
and it has a toggle for x/d input
>played and finished all Dark Souls games on KB+M
>played, finished and still play many racing games on KB+M
>played and finished all DMC games on KB+M
>played and finished several Resident Evil games with KB+M
>played and finished many fighting games on KB+M, online as well, I usually am in the top best players
>played and finished Far Cry games with KB+M
does this upset you /v/?
The PS analog sticks are by far the easiest to use.
The way my thumb easily roll over the top of them, seems to me, a much more natural movement than when i use any sort of concave analogue sticks, where i feel like my thumb is being restricted.
I find that i have to move my thumbs in some weird angle to get decent accuracy from the xbox sticks, or even the ps4 sticks.
Once again, being concave, means they sit lower to the controller, creating a smaller field of movement compared to a higher sitting convex stick.
This in turn means that accuracy will be ever so slightly diminished.
But you can't get gradual movements with a keyboard, it's either 'no activation' or 'full activation'.
That alone makes it objectively worse for things like racing games.
Besides, what you should really be playing a racing game with is a fucking wheel and pedals, not a controller or kb+m
It upsets me because you obviously are trying so hard to have a non-optimal experience due to a misplaced sense of superiority because you never had friends so you never had a console as a child.
no, I always try to play on the hardest difficulty
I've had consoles as a kid, N64, NGC, PS1, PS2, they just played like shit to me. I've never liked consoles in the first place