How long after Titanfall's launch do you think it'll be before X1 outsells PS4?
My thoughts as well. Well, kind of. I'd probably place the Wii U CCP equal to the X1, simply because I cannot get used to the right stick being on top.
X1 controller is not bad, but the sticks and d-pad are the worst part of it. D-pad is only slightly improved, simply because they got rid of the disc, and the sticks are too sharp, too small, and too stiff. When playing CoD on it, I have no issues with the left stick but as soon as it comes to the aiming aspect, I can never get it on point where on PS3, PS4, and 360 it is almost natural (more so on PS4 than the others).
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Yeah the CCP is close to the X1 controller but does have the advantage of comfort and d-pad design. Although I can't foresee buying a proper fighter on the the Wii U like SF or Tekken, I definitely think the CCP's d-pad would work fine.
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Yes, Microsoft owns the 360 and about 99% of those PC's run Windows which is owned by Microsoft. Sony gets no piece of this pie = exclusive. When Titanfall becomes the next Halo, Gears of War I'll remember this topic for all you Sony Ponies.
Actually Microsoft doesn't get any licensing fees from game sales on Windows so they are not getting a piece of the pie as you put it on PC copies of the game.
You would have a bit of a point if the game was going to be Windows 8 only as they desperately want to increase the user base of that OS, however the game will play on Windows 7.
Remember, consoles and operating systems are very different beasts and not comparable in the way you are trying.
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