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I need advice on a keyboard from the PC gamers here. I need a wireless, mechanical, and rechargeable keyboard. Turns out, not an easy combination to find. So any recommendations would be greatly appreciated!
So far my front runner is the the Xarmor U9WL, but I can't find a definitive answer on whether or not it's rechargeable.
+1. Not sure if that helps the OP as they didn't mention anything about competitive gaming, but I just thought this was good advice.
I've already upgraded to a better mouse and it's made a world of difference. But a keyboard is next.
I'm a Dark Souls veteran.
Dark Souls is *hard*. But it's also very fair. There is no artificial difficulty. Once you learn your enemies, and learn what you're capable and why, Dark Souls is the fairest video game series in the world.
I adore Dark Souls. Very few games have captured my imagination and taken up as much of my time as the Souls games.
Here's a cool fan-made (not me) music video thing that, I think, nicely encapsulates the Dark Souls vibe:
No experience with Dark Souls but I did pick up Bloodborne which I've heard is very similar. It's impressive but difficult.
The difficulty didn't keep me from buying it, but I'm not sure I can do the game justice. Other commitments leave only a few hours a month for gaming and that's not enough time to get up to speed on a game like this. Sadly, I need games that offer a more immediate payoff at this point.
Pretty good build material. It says all games on Steam work with it, though I've found issues. The haptic pads kind of vibrate a little when you move your thumb around, so you feel more of a physical sense of where your thumb is on the pad. In other worse its so much more superior than say controlling something by touching a smart phone screen, even though it's touch sensitive.
It also has gyros in it, so say if you are aiming a gun, you can tilt the controller up or down or side to side to aim.
Control layouts are made by the game developers, but people in the community make their own layouts and upvote the most popular ones. Every gave has dozens of layouts.
I ended up returning it because even though the control you can achieve with a game is superior to a 360 controller, you have to kind of go through a learning curve with each game. I'd roughly compare the experience to playing a flight sim and you know your mouse and keyboard are plug in play, but if you are super serious about you will buy a joystick, learn all the custom controls, and customize X/Y sensitivity ect. In the end I just wanted plug and play. When I play PC games with a controller that's usually brain off drinking time for me. I just want it to be simple.
I'm actually even attending the launch event thingy in a cinema hoping for some ingame goodies, lol.
Yup, dat overwatch is so good. Loved it.