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Dark Souls Remastered Keyboard And Mouse Or Controller?

controller gives you better rolling and camera control. The control scheme is super simple, no need for all the keys of the keyboard, and with no guns to flick your aim with, the mouse precision is pointless.

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So I, have been playing dark souls remastered and I am at Sen's Fortress and I have been using keyboard and mouse. But everywhere i go, i have seen and be told to use a controller. 

 

So if you can, please tell me which is more recommended.

 

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controller gives you better rolling and camera control. The control scheme is super simple, no need for all the keys of the keyboard, and with no guns to flick your aim with, the mouse precision is pointless.


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Both are perfectly good.

 

That being said, Dark Souls is a console game and works really well with a controller and a TV. I played it both ways, and overall the TV+controller is a better experience. 


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