I use a Wingman Warrior. It's old, it's cheap (about 5 bucks) and it does the job. I find it a lot easier to learn with as well as to stay stable with. The mouse, at least for me, takes too many movements to get it precicely where i want the chopper.
[COLOR=burlywood]That it does, Traxil. I have to almost constantly correct with the mouse and even at that it's still very iffy that you're going to end up right where you wanted to be. Seems like the chopper physics are based off the boat physics, a lot of delayed reaction time, listing, etc. It can be a little irritating with the ol' keyboard & mouse.[/COLOR]
I use my mouse and keyboard to fly the chopers and i own with it :rock:
Grr I was at Circuit City yesterday and saw literally a $5 joystick but the guy said it's "all sold out" and then he advertised "this brand new multi button joystick that they say is top of the line" Pbbt I just want a 2 button joystick for 5 bucks. Then I asked if I could buy the display and he said no. Why the hell not! I even said I'd give him $10 for it -_-
For some reason when DC went .35 I can't fly as well with the mouse. Seems to go vertical for some reason :confused:
these are my controlles.
I think you meant to reply to THIS thread ?
Originally posted by Spidey For some reason when DC went .35 I can't fly as well with the mouse. Seems to go vertical for some reason :confused:
Funny, I thought that also
o wow arnt you gifted
For some reason when DC went .35 I can't fly as well with the mouse. Seems to go vertical for some reason
I find it's harder to fly with joystick as well, I hope they fix this in DC .4 release
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