I play on PC but sometimes I do it using a console controller, and that’s fine

I’ve always been console player. From PlayStation, to be exact. The house has entered the PS1, the PS2, the PS3, the PS4 and possibly between the PS5 when it comes out at the end of the year. Always, always, always, I have played on consoles and, therefore, with control. It was not until relatively recently that I switched to the PC. How I’ve counted in some other occasion In Xataka, I have completely renewed the computer to play ultra at 60 FPS at least and, in fact, I have replayed titles that had already happened to me on consoles, like ‘The Witcher III‘ The ‘Jedi Fallen Order‘(with this I am still in it). And you know what? That playing with keyboard and mouse is cool, but it’s also cool to play with a controller.

In the gaming world there is a battle between those who defend the keyboard and mouse and those who defend the command to death. Much of the discussion pivots around cross play, as console versions often have a aiming aid to compensate for the loss of precision with respect to the mouse. Fortnite, for example, is one of them. But beyond that, I think there’s a little bit of cognitive dissonance in this whole thing. “If I have a PC I have to play with keyboard and mouse because that is what those who play on PC do”, so that we understand each other. I think not, I think that it is healthy to play remote control of some games and nothing happens to have a computer of 4,000 euros and playing with the controller, really, it’s fine.

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