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UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection is releasing on PC on June 20th

Goalus

Member
A real shame, and a missed opportunity, that the Nathan Drake Collection isn't coming to pc first...if at all.
I'd love to replay those games on pc, and I'm sure newcomers to the series would want to play the original trilogy before
Uncharted 4, but whatever, I guess.
Yep. Uncharted could have been the first Sony game I might have tried. I'm not gonna start with part 4 though.
 

Graciaus

Member
Yep. Uncharted could have been the first Sony game I might have tried. I'm not gonna start with part 4 though.
They have a great cast of characters and a decent story. The actual game play was pretty mediocre at release and is even worse by today's standards. You aren't missing much.
 

fermcr

Gold Member
Steam sales start this week. Sony will probably release Uncharted after Steam sales have finished, so people can be focused on their game, instead of all the other games on sale.
 

Dream-Knife

Member
We are talking about shooters. Anything that have a cross hair in the screen. Elden Ring bow gameplay is much better with mouse+kb, but still sucks a lot.
The bow aiming wasn't bad with a controller. Most of the time you just autolock anyway.


Both on m/kb.

No, it doesnt feel "horrible". Its pretty clear at this point that the comfort of either input is just what the person started with in gaming. 3rd person games work absolutely fantastic and vastly better than pads in near every possible situation, outside of the implementation being actively borked or if a game uses an auto camera system like the original God of War or Devil May Cry 3. Then m/kb loses its functionality and its shit in those. Every other 3rd person game, with controlable camera and all ? Better on m/kb than pads. But if you started the gaming journey with a pad in hand and spent the next 20 years doing it, its only natural that m/kb feels completely alien and unfit. Everything around it is different than how you played your entire life.
I've been playing M&K for 20 years, it still feels off controlling a third person game with a mouse. The precision just isn't needed.

"It's an especially impressive feat when you learn that KleinTsuboiOW plays Elden Ring with mouse and keyboard."

Which implies it's less than ideal.

Here's a guy playing through DS3 with bananas.
 

ACESHIGH

Member
No specs on steam either... I would prefer them to take their time and release when its perfect. Wouldn't want another Horizon Zero Dawn or God of War situation there.
 

pqueue

Member
Fat Drake Mod:

Wow. he DOES look like present-day Nathan Fillon.
 

rodrigolfp

Member
When the game was designed, it was designed around controllers. The same as Uncharted.
How do you know that? The game has m+kb support since launch! And being designed or not around controller doesn't matter a single bit because mouse aiming is better than stick aiming in the game. The same is expected with Uncharted 4 is devs don't fuck up.
 

Dream-Knife

Member
How do you know that? The game has m+kb support since launch! And being designed or not around controller doesn't matter a single bit because mouse aiming is better than stick aiming in the game. The same is expected with Uncharted 4 is devs don't fuck up.

If you like it, more power to you though. Some games are better with M&K, some are better with a pad.
 

rodrigolfp

Member
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If you like it, more power to you though. Some games are better with M&K, some are better with a pad.
No I don't like. Quoting myself:
We are talking about shooters. Anything that have a cross hair in the screen. Elden Ring bow gameplay is much better with mouse+kb, but still sucks a lot.
Which part of "still sucks a lot" you did not understand?
 
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