LeRamen//DerFabeler 4 Jan, 2014 às 8:50
Gamepad or Mouse and Keyboard?
Should I play Skyrim with a Gamepad or with a Mouse an a Keyboard?
Wich one do you prefer and what are your experiences?
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EzPz 4 Jan, 2014 às 8:51 
I personally prefer the mouse and keyboard, but that's just because I prefer PC gaming to console gaming, and with Pc gaming, comes great controls, such as a keyboard. Plus, you can change which keys do which, and bind new ones, as for Gamepad, it's not happening
Maluno 9 Fev, 2014 às 18:10 
Originalmente postado por Jack Black playing Black Jack:
I personally prefer the mouse and keyboard, but that's just because I prefer PC gaming to console gaming, and with Pc gaming, comes great controls, such as a keyboard. Plus, you can change which keys do which, and bind new ones, as for Gamepad, it's not happening

'PC Gaming' doesn't preclude the use of a gamepad, take a look at the 'Big Picture' button (or at games' specifications where you see full and/or partial controller support).

Nor is key binding exclusive to keyboards and mouses.

Using a gamepad in a living room environment (aka couch + tv) is almost mandatory unless your goal is to develop carpal tunnel syndrome
qwasd 9 Fev, 2014 às 18:25 
Originalmente postado por Maluno:
... unless your goal is to develop carpal tunnel syndrome :use:
Lol, +1, I also got one, but for my pinky and ring finger. Hand was numb for like 3 months.
Última alteração por qwasd; 9 Fev, 2014 às 18:26
Zefram Cochrane 10 Fev, 2014 às 8:25 
Prefer gamepad relaxing in a armchair in front of TV, sitting at a desk in front of a keyboard is too much like being at work

at first I couldn't get used to it at all and was longing for a keyboard, now its second nature and the keyboard instead feels "wrong"
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Incunabulum 10 Fev, 2014 às 9:09 
Can't play with a gamepad - 30 years of PC gaming means the reflexes are all wrong. Plus, I hate that dual thumbstick ♥♥♥♥ where one is for direction and one is for facing.
Última alteração por Incunabulum; 10 Fev, 2014 às 9:10
🍞 Miku Wonderbread 🍞 10 Fev, 2014 às 9:30 
I prefer mouse and keyboard.
ever tried to type a console command with your controller?
can you open steams overlay with a controller? -maybe
i do much other stuff on steam while playing, hard to do with a controller.
also i would miss my extra buttons for windows media player :D

it might be more to others liking to play with a controlller because of X reason, still ist up to you.
go ahead, try mouse&keyboard as well as controller. given some time, you will find the one that suits you more.

you may need extra tools for your controller mapping, the nexus has what you need:
http://skyrim.nexusmods.com
just search for controller and you will find tons of tools/mods to help you out.
Incunabulum 10 Fev, 2014 às 9:37 
Also - can't alt+tab out to look at a wiki.
Chief Graham 10 Fev, 2014 às 9:43 
gamepad ftw
LeRamen//DerFabeler 11 Fev, 2014 às 6:16 
ok, thanks for you're ideas :)
Stoob 11 Fev, 2014 às 7:24 
Personally, if I'm using a bow, I'm aiming, so it has to be mkb. I tried using the controller at first after it was actually useful to do so for Arkham but as soon as that aiming reticle came up, that was it.
Dragonbored 11 Fev, 2014 às 14:55 
360 Controller is the way to go! Sku UI mod let you group 8 or 9 weapon/armor sets! Sit on your couch, have a beer and play with a controller... haha
klimmtjaques 12 Fev, 2014 às 2:35 
I usually prefer playing games with the gamepad, but first-person-games I have to play with mouse and keyboard. Aiming with an analogue stick always feels wonky.
Capt. Blackadder 12 Fev, 2014 às 4:01 
With games such as Skyrim, i will always prefer a mouse and keyboard. It just feels more versatile when it comes to certain things.
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