While I agree with you Scott, he did say he’s using a Steam controller. Our experience on the 360/PS4 controllers might not translate to the same learning curve on the Steam controller, which I hear requires more fiddling and more practice.
The Steam controller was literally the hardest controller to get used to for me.
I had an easier time learning the Orb. At least with the SpaceOrb, I didn’t need to fiddle with various user control setups.
I didn’t have a hard of a time getting used to the mechanics of the Steam controller, but I think that might be because I use gamepads extremely rarely. I would think retraining muscle memory would be harder when you’re using a controller that is 90% similar but behaves in different ways than coming from something entirely different like M&K.
That’s not to say the Steam controller was quick to get into, though. It takes a hell of a lot of tweaking to get to feel “right” for me, but if I can be arsed to do it I have a pretty good experience with it. Oftentimes I can’t be arsed to do it, though.
I’ve never heard of the SpaceORB before, but I love how dirty it looks in that picture.
It was a terrible, terrible controller. I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone that used and thought it was good.
Hey! We have an update!
I swear to Christ I was watching a PUBG stream and it looked like the guy was using something like that.
I HAD to be mistaken.
This looks great, and has been on my radar for some time, but dammit, that’s just two days before Warhammer 2 drops!
Quite enjoyed Torchlight 2. Played it a ton. Too bad this doesn’t appear to be coming to Xbox, I guess I’ll have to spend my money on something else.
I watched the Forest video above and initially wasn’t that impressed; it looked nice but felt a bit lifeless. Then I saw them raise the section of the world and basically threw money at my screen.
Even though this was uploaded back in March, since it wasn’t mentioned in this thread, I recommend anyone who’s interested in Hob or the studio should watch Gameumentary’s video on Runic Games.
I like the look of this game and respect the team enough that I’ve preordered (which I never do). The other incentive was that if you preorder on GOG right now, you get Stories: The Path of Destinies for free. Which (despite the terrible title) I will very much recommend, having finished it last night.
Because of how much I enjoyed Torchlight 2 I really wanted to try this game. So since they’re unwilling to provide an Xbox One version I checked to see if the final release version would run on my PC.
Seems pretty low spec to me
OS: Windows 7 SP1 / 8.1 / 10
Processor: i3 Sandy Bridge Dual Core or Equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 2GB of VRAM; NVIDIA GeForce GTX 500 Series / AMD Radeon HD 7000 Series
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 5 GB available space
Additional Notes: Controller recommended.
How nice for you.
Sorry, I didn’t mean it that way … I thought maybe ‘Can you run it?’ was giving an error? As the spec doesn’t list a cpu speed.
What are your PC specs?