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Which one you will use to play Witcher 3? I totally fell in love with Xbox 360 controller, so I will use it.
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minertoniner: Which one you will use to play Witcher 3? I totally fell in love with Xbox 360 controller, so I will use it.
I would gladly use my X360 controller, but I don't have a bluetooth receptor, so I'll have to play it with keyboard + mouse. It's not the same, but it's okay.
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minertoniner: Which one you will use to play Witcher 3? I totally fell in love with Xbox 360 controller, so I will use it.
I like using controller for platformers, but definitely not for FPS or RPG. Hope support for keyboard + mouse will be in full, as in all the reviews I've seen a controller was used.
I will absolutely be using my 360 wired controller. I am using it right now for a play through of Witcher 2 and it's great. Combat would feel weird with a mouse.
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minertoniner: Which one you will use to play Witcher 3? I totally fell in love with Xbox 360 controller, so I will use it.
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green.anger: I like using controller for platformers, but definitely not for FPS or RPG. Hope support for keyboard + mouse will be in full, as in all the reviews I've seen a controller was used.
Have no doubt Keyboard + Mouse will be fleshed out. This is a game primarily intended for PC. I would hazard a guess that having reviewers use controller may have just been for feedback purposes.
Controller for me.

I find most third person games feel more natural on a controller provided it isn't a twitch shooter or ask for a lot of fast accurate shots.
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minertoniner: Which one you will use to play Witcher 3? I totally fell in love with Xbox 360 controller, so I will use it.
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TBreaker20: I would gladly use my X360 controller, but I don't have a bluetooth receptor, so I'll have to play it with keyboard + mouse. It's not the same, but it's okay.
Just search for "Xbox controller receiver" on Amazon and you'ss see a bunch you can buy for like $7. Honestly though I really enjoy how the plugged in version feels in my hand (no battery pack in the way) so I'll be going that route.
i use my trusty xbox controller for all my games on PC. couldn't adapt back to kb/m after being a console gamer for almost the whole of my life! haha
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TBreaker20: I would gladly use my X360 controller, but I don't have a bluetooth receptor, so I'll have to play it with keyboard + mouse. It's not the same, but it's okay.
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4metta: Just search for "Xbox controller receiver" on Amazon and you'ss see a bunch you can buy for like $7. Honestly though I really enjoy how the plugged in version feels in my hand (no battery pack in the way) so I'll be going that route.
Trust me, I'd like to get one of those, but I don't live in the USA, and here in Argentina those receivers are really expensive. You could say that they are around $50. And importing is not an option, because of this government's politics, taxes, etc. But still, thanks for the advice.
I will be using KB+M. I don't know why, but somehow I am better with that combo instead of a controler. Even when I played Dark Souls I was better with mouse and keyboard, even though the game was meant to be played with a controller. Assuming that The Witcher 3 will have a better control scheme for KB+M, I will be more productive (kill monsters faster) with trusty cheap PC peripherals.
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4metta: Just search for "Xbox controller receiver" on Amazon and you'ss see a bunch you can buy for like $7. Honestly though I really enjoy how the plugged in version feels in my hand (no battery pack in the way) so I'll be going that route.
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TBreaker20: Trust me, I'd like to get one of those, but I don't live in the USA, and here in Argentina those receivers are really expensive. You could say that they are around $50. And importing is not an option, because of this government's politics, taxes, etc. But still, thanks for the advice.
Ah, sorry about that. Well honestly it's not like the game is horrible to play with kb+m either. I alternate between the two in Witcher 2 depending on my mood.
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green.anger: I like using controller for platformers, but definitely not for FPS or RPG. Hope support for keyboard + mouse will be in full, as in all the reviews I've seen a controller was used.
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MrFroho: Have no doubt Keyboard + Mouse will be fleshed out. This is a game primarily intended for PC. I would hazard a guess that having reviewers use controller may have just been for feedback purposes.
You seem to have forgotten the crap K&M controls for W2. While they were usable, i have to dig out my old mouse to play it as W2 throws a wobbly when i plug in my lefty mouse. Ignores all the system settings and does what it likes, and can't be edited.

Hopefully W3 will NOT be like that, otherwise i'll be getting a refund
K&M no doubt but I'll try it with my controller just to see how it is.
Keyboard and mouse for me :)

I don't have a controller, but even if I did, I like the ton of buttons the keyboard offers. In Witcher 2 I bound 1-5 to instant cast the signs, instead of scrolling through them or using the quick menu to choose, really enjoyed that playstyle :)
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MrFroho: Have no doubt Keyboard + Mouse will be fleshed out. This is a game primarily intended for PC. I would hazard a guess that having reviewers use controller may have just been for feedback purposes.
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Ryuubei: You seem to have forgotten the crap K&M controls for W2. While they were usable, i have to dig out my old mouse to play it as W2 throws a wobbly when i plug in my lefty mouse. Ignores all the system settings and does what it likes, and can't be edited.

Hopefully W3 will NOT be like that, otherwise i'll be getting a refund
I read somewhere and noticed myself that the mouse movement --at least in the menus-- is tied to framerates. Before I upgraded my card I hated how the mouse felt in the menus. Now that I have good framerates I no longer have that problem. Hopefully that won't be the case in the next game.