Kritika Online

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Kritika Online

Postby GladDog » Wed May 24, 2017 1:06 pm

I have 3 beta keys if anyone wants to check out the closed beta, which runs for a little over a week...

If you want one, send me a PM. The sys reqs are pretty moderate. If your system will play a 6 year old game pretty well, it should play this just fine.

Nothing wrong with playing other games (I'm no traitor! :D), all I know is that when SoH releases I won't be playing anything else. But UNTIL THEN;

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I'm playing ASTA and DCUO
I'm a proofreader for a Japanese novel translation, The New Gate
I'm writing a novel slooooooowly
I'm taking care of my sick wife

So I have lots of things to keep me busy! Kritika Online will just be one of them, probably replacing the thing I am most bored with, DCUO, for the next 10 days or so.
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Re: Kritika Online

Postby GladDog » Wed May 24, 2017 1:17 pm

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Re: Kritika Online

Postby A1fighter » Fri Jun 30, 2017 12:49 pm

The game is pretty good. No controller support is a turnoff for me personally. I grew up on NES , Genesis , SNES > N64, Dreamcast, PS, Gameboy, 32X, Ps2 , Xbox, PS4, Xbox one. A few years ago I was introduced to PC gaming. Early 2000s is when I got my first pc. A lot of people are like me, all we know is the early consoles whom had controllers, so it is crazy to play any game seriously without one.

I hate mice. the mouse runs off the pads, cords get tangled and prevent movement. Mouse/keyboard gaming sucks lol. I am a real gamer, I grear up with joy sticks. Most people are like me and just want to relax on the coach while playing a game, not with a mice.

There is a reason why MH went with controller support. Ah that game is so much better now. Console gamers are not mice people trust me :lol: . If you spend 25 years with a pad and someone throws you a mouse and a keyboard, gonna be a long day. My online excuse will always be, "I could have beat you if I had a controller" :lol:

Kritika is nice though, lacking costume variety. Another turnoff. I like the combat and light story. Wish there was a fighter class though, hand-to-hand.

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Re: Kritika Online

Postby Greyhawk » Fri Jun 30, 2017 5:04 pm

The game is pretty good. No controller support is a turnoff for me personally. I grew up on NES , Genesis , SNES > N64, Dreamcast, PS, Gameboy, 32X, Ps2 , Xbox, PS4, Xbox one. A few years ago I was introduced to PC gaming. Early 2000s is when I got my first pc. A lot of people are like me, all we know is the early consoles whom had controllers, so it is crazy to play any game seriously without one.

I hate mice. the mouse runs off the pads, cords get tangled and prevent movement. Mouse/keyboard gaming sucks lol. I am a real gamer, I grear up with joy sticks. Most people are like me and just want to relax on the coach while playing a game, not with a mice.

There is a reason why MH went with controller support. Ah that game is so much better now. Console gamers are not mice people trust me :lol: . If you spend 25 years with a pad and someone throws you a mouse and a keyboard, gonna be a long day. My online excuse will always be, "I could have beat you if I had a controller" :lol:

Kritika is nice though, lacking costume variety. Another turnoff. I like the combat and light story. Wish there was a fighter class though, hand-to-hand.
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I am in exactly the opposite position: if it's not in an arcade then it needs a keyboard and mouse! I've been playing computer games since the days of 80286 processors (mouse? what mouse?) and EGA graphics. Sure, I played Pong on the Atari, and I've spent countless hours on PlayStations, Gameboys, and Pokemon on the 3DS, but real games require a keyboard and mouse and full brain application. Real games are thinking games.

I guess this is the modern version of the "generation gap".
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Re: Kritika Online

Postby Solari » Mon Aug 07, 2017 8:02 am

I don't know, I grew up playing Amstrad CPC and Commodore 64 games. Wore out plenty of joysticks but I also played plenty of games with Q,A,O,P and Space bar controls. Ugh, only now do I realize how ergonomically awful that setup is! :p

Controllers definitely have their place in certain games, particularly where you want multiple analogue inputs. Mouse and Keyboard is best when you need accuracy and more buttons than a controller can support.

I found Witcher 3 was much more fun on KB+M with spells linked to mouse hat switch and another button, but for games like GTAV I much prefer using a PS4 controller on my PC as I can map the gyro as a precision aim - it's almost as good as a mouse.


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