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I don’t have a PS4 or Xbox but I have controllers for both and I’m wondering if using a console controller via Bluetooth to play games on my PC is common?

 

Does anyone else do this sometimes or am I a rare exception?


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2 minutes ago, GamerBlake said:

I don’t have a PS4 or Xbox but I have controllers for both and I’m wondering if using a console controller via Bluetooth to play games on my PC is common?

 

Does anyone else do this sometimes or am I a rare exception?

I would say really depends on the game. I like controllers for casual racing games and fps. Sometimes I'll use it on an rpg if it's supported.


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Kinda. There are some games that is better with a console controller. Prime example. Dark souls and games similar to it. (The surge, sekiro, nioh ect) .


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There's some games that suck ass to play with a controller (like a lot of FPSes like CS:GO and TF2) as keyboard and mouse offers better precision in those scenarios, while there's some that are far superior to play with a controller (racing games, especially) because their analog controls offer better control of how you'd want to steer or accelerate.


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Just now, MartinKweh said:

Kinda. There are some games that is better with a console controller. Prime example. Dark souls and games similar to it. (The surge, sekiro, nioh ect) .

Lol I actually use my PS4 controller for Dark Souls 3 and Sekiro. But also for Resident Evil and Dead By Daylight.

 

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1 minute ago, handymanshandle said:

There's some games that suck ass to play with a controller (like a lot of FPSes like CS:GO and TF2) as keyboard and mouse offers better precision in those scenarios, while there's some that are far superior to play with a controller (racing games, especially) because their analog controls offer better control of how you'd want to steer or accelerate.

What about games like Resident Evil 3 remake? I’ve been using a PS4 controller for that game and it seems a lot easier. With Dead by Daylight I feel like I can loop killers easier with a controller than a keyboard & mouse.


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I have an Xbox 1 controller for my PC because some games are designed just for a controller. I don't recommend playing via Bluetooth if you can use a USB cable though. There's some latency.


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I used to exclusively play with a controller on PC, now the only game that I play with a controller is any racing game because they kinda suck on kb/m. But realistically its all preference on whether or not you wanna use a controller or not.


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1 minute ago, JoostinOnline said:

I have an Xbox 1 controller for my PC because some games are designed just for a controller. I don't recommend playing via Bluetooth if you can use a USB cable though. There's some latency.

Sadly I don’t have a cable long enough to play with a wired connection. :(

 

But I don’t really notice any lag either. I have a pretty high quality, high performance, MEG z390 ACE motherboard and I think maybe that’s why. I bet with lower end motherboards the latency would be more noticeable.


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1 minute ago, TwilightRavens said:

I used to exclusively play with a controller on PC, now the only game that I play with a controller is any racing game because they kinda suck on kb/m. But realistically its all preference on whether or not you wanna use a controller or not.

I know it’s preference but I was just wondering if it’s common to use a controller on PC or if it’s extremely rare to see gamers using a controller on a PC game. 🤔 


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I have a couple games that just works better (or needs) a controller of some sort.

Games that immediately come to mind, at least, that I own:

  • Street Fighter 4 / 5
  • Mortal Kombat series

Goo00oood luck trying to do anything aside from basic punch/kick with a keyboard.

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1 minute ago, GamerBlake said:

I know it’s preference but I was just wondering if it’s common to use a controller on PC or if it’s extremely rare to see gamers using a controller on a PC game. 🤔 

Yeah its pretty common, my wife prefers using it for COD, Siege, Overwatch and even Red Dead 2. My brother-in-law uses one for every game he has.


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19 minutes ago, GamerBlake said:

I don’t have a PS4 or Xbox but I have controllers for both and I’m wondering if using a console controller via Bluetooth to play games on my PC is common?

 

Does anyone else do this sometimes or am I a rare exception?

Its common.

 

Some games just play well with a controller.

 

I bought an Xbox controller for the PC years back for use with certain game types. Racing, Side scrollers, 3D platformers, fighting, etc.

I played Ori and the will of the wisps recently with it for example.

 

Many games types can be played better with a controller but there are also some that are just bad. FPS, RTS, ARPG/dungeon crawlers/ MOBAs, and MMORPGs for example are best with a keyboard and mouse.


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A lot of people use controllers with their PC for certain games.


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15 minutes ago, GamerBlake said:

But I don’t really notice any lag either. I have a pretty high quality, high performance, MEG z390 ACE motherboard and I think maybe that’s why. I bet with lower end motherboards the latency would be more noticeable.

It's not the motherboard, it's just how bluetooth works.  When you use a controller on an X1 or PS4, it doesn't use bluetooth because it sucks.  It uses a 2.4GHz connection, like WiFi.  It's just there for Windows compatibility.


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Just now, JoostinOnline said:

It's not the motherboard, it's just how bluetooth works.  When you use a controller on an X1 or PS4, it doesn't use bluetooth because it sucks.  It uses a 2.4GHz connection, like WiFi.  It's just there for Windows compatibility.

Oh really? Hmm IDK I’m using it now and I don’t notice any sort of lag at all. The moment I hit a button there is an action immediately without any delay.

 

Maybe it’s just some people with that issue?


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9 minutes ago, Enderman said:

A lot of people use controllers with their PC for certain games.

Do you know if a Nintendo Switch Pro controller can be used with PC? 🤔 


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5 minutes ago, GamerBlake said:

Do you know if a Nintendo Switch Pro controller can be used with PC? 🤔 

Well, I copied your question into google and found this.

https://www.pcgamer.com/how-to-use-a-nintendo-switch-pro-controller-on-pc/


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I use my ps3 controller for most of my pc gaming.  I tried to play doom 2016 with mouse and keyboard and I really suck at it.  the mouse part for aiming is awesome but moving with the keyboard is really too difficult for me ... so I decided to stick with the controller.  the only game I don't play with controller are diablo/baldur's gate kind of games.  I haven't played racing games since need for speed underground 2 on pc so it's been a long time. 


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Use mine for most things that aren’t Overwatch, Doom or borderlands. CoD I would but I play Zombies too much and it’s easier to play 3 hours straight with a controller vs keyboard. Would recommend using the Xbone controller with the dongle btw it’s a lot better than bluetooth


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I use a real Playstation 2 controller with PS2 to USB adapter in emulation and also some games like Tekken 7.


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