The Steam Controller


I like playing games with controllers, but whenever shooting is involved, especially in first person, I prefer a mouse.
Supposedly the Steam Controller will fix that.

I'm a bit of a sucker for new hardware, but I am a little unsure whether I should try this thing. It's not out yet, coming November presumably at $49.99, pretty much the same cost as any other controller.

What do you guys think? Getting one? Interested? Not interested?

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oh.

I thought it was some new invention that had the ability to control steam. /s

Jokes aside, I'm not interested in it. I'm sticking to my Xbox 360 controller.

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I don't use controllers for PC.

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I'm not sure, I don't have any controller I can use with PC, so if I were to get one, I would need it to be good, so I'm not sure whether I will pick one up...

that's... weird,,,

I wanna try it, but I don't know if I will because I don't know if any of my games will support it.

I already have a gaming mouse, and a xbox style bluetooth game controller, so I won't be getting one unless it ends up being cheaper and better.

Nice binds, nerd

/s

I use my Xbox controller for Tony Hawk and other stuff on PC and such

I totally don't play with a Gaming Mouse with a bunch of bind buttons
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It looks to be more comfortable than an xbox controller.

Well, you can play ANY game with a controller.

If a game has controller support, then it's pretty safe to assume the Steam Controller will work with it.

Supposedly you'll be able to set up your own bindings for each game even if it doesn't have controller support.

I'm skeptical, but I'll probably eventually get it after its initial release.

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