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    Is Assassins Creed Brotherhood a point & click type of game or do you use the WSDA keys to move? Like Dragon Age it can be a point & click game. Or does anybody know of some good games that are mostly point & click controls?
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    Originally posted by scottl523:
    Is Assassins Creed Brotherhood a point & click type of game or do you use the WSDA keys to move? Like Dragon Age it can be a point & click game. Or does anybody know of some good games that are mostly point & click controls?
    WASD ofcourse... have u seen any gameplay?...
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    No not for this game I couldn't really tell anything from the screenshots either.
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    Dude...buy yourself a USB XBOX 360 Controller. The game was specifically designed to use a console controller. I'm sure you could find ways to manipulate the keyboard to be able to play without a controller, but let me tell ya -- it's a lot easier to just use a controller.
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    I actually like to use the keyboard more in AC games than the controller.
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    On the topic of controls, I was wondering if the PC version will support Xbox/PS3 controllers. Revelations will be the first AC game I play on PC, so I was just wondering. Thanks in advance.
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    Originally posted by Razrback16:
    Dude...buy yourself a USB XBOX 360 Controller. The game was specifically designed to use a console controller. I'm sure you could find ways to manipulate the keyboard to be able to play without a controller, but let me tell ya -- it's a lot easier to just use a controller.
    I personally find it much easier to use the keyboard + mouse versus the Xbox 360 controller, but this seems to be a matter of personal preference. There are people more comfortable with playing with the controller, while others find the keyboard+mouse much more intuitive.

    It's definitely far easier to move the camera and lock on to your opponent with the mouse than it is with the controller, IMHO, while movement feels much smoother with the controller than it is with WASD.
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    Originally posted by GoodSirD:
    On the topic of controls, I was wondering if the PC version will support Xbox/PS3 controllers. Revelations will be the first AC game I play on PC, so I was just wondering. Thanks in advance.
    I can't imagine it not coming with that support. The other 3 games all work fine with my 360 controller.
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    Originally posted by thornebrook:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Razrback16:
    Dude...buy yourself a USB XBOX 360 Controller. The game was specifically designed to use a console controller. I'm sure you could find ways to manipulate the keyboard to be able to play without a controller, but let me tell ya -- it's a lot easier to just use a controller.
    I personally find it much easier to use the keyboard + mouse versus the Xbox 360 controller, but this seems to be a matter of personal preference. There are people more comfortable with playing with the controller, while others find the keyboard+mouse much more intuitive.

    It's definitely far easier to move the camera and lock on to your opponent with the mouse than it is with the controller, IMHO, while movement feels much smoother with the controller than it is with WASD. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Well you deserve bigtime Kudos. I'm not sure if I could ever play the AC games properly with a m/k. I reserve those for FPS.
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