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Does your console fps gaming help your pc fps gaming?

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I know some of you are saying 'what the hell?'

 

I find it quite difficult to aim accurately with a control stick without aim assist, so you are kind of forced to get into the habit of strafing with your target.  In many ways, this is beneficial to pc gaming as well.

 

Anyone else have thoughts on this?




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lol... fps and console:

 

 

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I know some of you are saying 'what the hell?'

 

I find it quite difficult to aim accurately with a control stick without aim assist, so you are kind of forced to get into the habit of strafing with your target.  In many ways, this is beneficial to pc gaming as well.

 

Anyone else have thoughts on this?

 

aim assist = badly scripted aim bot.

 

 

Henceforth, console fps is lame. The only moment I play on console is because I play halo with a friend. However in that case I don't shoot, I rush to the enemy and smack him down.






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