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I load up GTA Vice City, and I am able to reasonably begin playing. San Andreas and many more titles from this time period have recieved at least a bit of controller support updating. (even if it was usually a community effort)
Obviously people are going to WANT to play this game. I absolutely love JC2, and I want to be able to play this game. It is beautiful and much more appealing than GTA as an open-world title I can share with my kids. (GTA has too much bad language and insinuations I prefer my kids don't hear at their age)
I can't even select the top resolution 1600 x 1200, and I needed a quick file from the web to 1920 x 1080 it.
Even with a KB mapper, my controller is not gradually easing on a curve, or slowly accelerating. It is an ON/Off thing.
You are either FULL ON or FULL OFF on what would normally be an expected analog experience. driving is a nightmare once up to speed, and I try to save my wrists from extra KB&M work. This is not comfortable AT ALL.
The game loads great, and with the fix it is really beautiful to look at. I played a very short time before I just couldn't take it. There is nothing about this that is going to make me want to finish the title.
With so many people gearing up for JC3, don't you think a big name company could afford a little bit of effort to bring this experience up to standard?
This is yet another time where I have attempted to go back to earlier titles and have been let down due to lacking support. Plenty of big IPs have received some sort of touching up, there is really no excuse. Outdated visuals are fine, but lacking basic controller support is unfair. How is there not even support for my older Gravis or other gamepads? The game seriously came out back then WITHOUT ANY CONTROLLER SUPPORT??? Why would a company decide to release a game on a console, and then not offer PC players the comfort of a controller? This is junk thinking.
Unless the game gets an update, or you don't mind KB&M or the process of KB mapping, just get the game on a console (I rarely say that)