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Just picked this game up and all DLC on Steam for $19 bucks. Before I start playing it I wanted to know what you guys used to play it, kb/m or controller? Don't get me wrong I'm a kb/m guy all the way except for driving games but something about this game just made me think controller.

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Just picked this game up and all DLC on Steam for $19 bucks. Before I start playing it I wanted to know what you guys used to play it, kb/m or controller? Don't get me wrong I'm a kb/m guy all the way except for driving games but something about this game just made me think controller.
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Just picked this game up and all DLC on Steam for $19 bucks. Before I start playing it I wanted to know what you guys used to play it, kb/m or controller? Don't get me wrong I'm a kb/m guy all the way except for driving games but something about this game just made me think controller.

Mouse and keyboard all the way. I'm really puzzled as to why people only use mouse/keyboard for first person shooters. I find it to be greatly superior for everything but racing games and sports games. Menus are much smoother with kb/m, more functionality due to having more keys, you get hotkeys in a lot of games, more precise movement with mouse, better aiming, more comfortable.
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Mouse and keyboard all the way. I'm really puzzled as to why people only use mouse/keyboard for first person shooters. I find it to be greatly superior for everything but racing games and sports games. Menus are much smoother with kb/m, more functionality due to having more keys, you get hotkeys in a lot of games, more precise movement with mouse, better aiming, more comfortable.

You're right about everything except for comfort, the only thing kb/m lacks is the ability to be able to kick back and sink in to a sofa. I've Mc Guyver'd little tv dinner tables and used a wireless kb/m but I'm too attached to my mechanical kb to really enjoy it.

EDIT: Oh and how come the social hub doesn't work or isn't online? It always seem to be down.

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