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#1 Posted by Nags (68 posts) -

Never had a DS4 with a rudder.

#2 Edited by Nags (68 posts) -

PSN: Yourfacedotcom

BF4, Watchdogs, Destiny Beta, FFXIV

Feel free to add me.

#3 Posted by Nags (68 posts) -

I was diagnosed with depression when I was 15... I think? They had me take Prozac and that didn't help. Turned out I was just being a typical adolescent boy going through natural hormonal changes! Go figure.

I think a lot of people that were born in the 80's ended up seeing that whole phenomena where parents thought they could control their kids with anti-depressants.

Can't say I ever had a real condition. There's always something I want to do and I'm a pretty enthusiastic person. I have multiple hobbies that I enjoy and find fulfilling. Not sure if I can say anything that hasn't already been suggested to you. But I think it's healthy to keep busy and find things that interest you. Don't keep your mind in one place for too long either. That will just stress you out.

#4 Posted by Nags (68 posts) -

Halo 4.

I normally don't make bad decisions with my gaming purchases because I keep myself informed. Just had faith that 343 would get it right, but nope.

#5 Posted by Nags (68 posts) -

@shorefirems: Oh, I had no idea they were going to add content to the game. Definitely looking forward to it.

#6 Edited by Nags (68 posts) -

@korwin: At least you can use it wireless on PC with a workaround. Too bad MS decided not to go with bluetooth for xb1 controller :/

I really hope Sony does official drivers but it seems pretty unlikely considering they never did it for the DS3.

#7 Posted by Nags (68 posts) -

@xyzygy: Killzone 2, Uncharted 1 and Flower are the only games I can think of that actually required sixaxis for certain functions. Pretty sure anything else that supported it was a completely optional feature.

#8 Edited by Nags (68 posts) -

@xyzygy: No. Once it is paired to you console there is no need to connect each time.

But yes, if you use the controller for something else you will have to pair it back up with the system. Which is totally normal.

#9 Posted by Nags (68 posts) -

Still absolutely nothing compelling for me from xb1. Even with all the updates and removing Kinect, I can't find any good reason to own that console. None of the exclusives look good to me and I prefer getting my 3rd party titles on a more powerful console. Performance really is a big deal too. They went with inferior hardware and a lack of focus on games. They've been playing catch up since launch and are now finally changing their messaging. Now it's a game console and not a "water-cooler" :P

That new controller is terrible too. I bought one for PC and went back to the 360 controller the next day. What the hell did they do to the bumpers? The sticks are tiny and loose. The triggers have very little resistance too. Maybe Ill bite for an Xbox Two if they make some drastic design changes.

360 was such a great console when they stopped breaking (I'm on my 4th, a slim). All I know is the same people that made 360 so great are long gone and had nothing to do with the conception of xb1. And it shows.

#10 Posted by Nags (68 posts) -

It still comes up as a generic controller so things like sixaxis and rumble don't work.

How to use your DS4 wireless on PS3:

  1. Connect DS4 with wire to PS3 then turn on.
  2. Go to Accessory settings.
  3. Select Manage Bluetooth Devices, and start scanning for device.
  4. Unplug DS4
  5. While scanning hold the PS & Share buttons on the DS4.
  6. When the light flashes quickly on DS4 plug back in and select Wireless Controller.
  7. Let registration complete and then unplug.