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What MMOs from Steam that supports a controller?

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User Info: MuhammadJA

MuhammadJA
3 years ago#1
Can someone list them?

Thanks!
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User Info: Fade2black001

Fade2black001
3 years ago#2
YOU can use a controller for any game. Even if it doesn't support it. So All of them
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User Info: Caspernomnom

Caspernomnom
3 years ago#3
I think the new FF mmo does not for sure though it does have a Console counter part so dunno

User Info: Dirk85UK

Dirk85UK
3 years ago#4
Yes, you can use a controller with Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. Though the game isn't on steam, out of all the MMO's that are controller enabled, FF14ARR is the best.
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50inchDLP
3 years ago#5
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User Info: Slayn

Slayn
3 years ago#6
I made this terrible, terrible face when I saw "MMO" and "controller" in the same post. Ugh. From what people in FF14 have said, sure the controller works... but you are at a severe disadvantage. Don't do it man. Don't handicap other players for your own laziness.
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User Info: claytonbuckley

claytonbuckley
3 years ago#7
Been years since i played it, but i assume DC Universe Online supports controllers?
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User Info: zxelman

zxelman
3 years ago#8
If you must use your controller, you can as long as you can find a comfortable setup, and you know that maneuvering your mouse isn't often and/or cumbersome.

I'd suggest a wireless keyboard and mouse or just a long USB cord for both of them if you want to be at your couch. Controllers are a little bit of a hassle for most MMOs.

User Info: MuhammadJA

MuhammadJA
3 years ago#9
Fade2black001 posted...
YOU can use a controller for any game. Even if it doesn't support it. So All of them


You mean Xpadder? I liked it at first, but since it's a paid program, I won't bother with it.

Slayn posted...
I made this terrible, terrible face when I saw "MMO" and "controller" in the same post. Ugh. From what people in FF14 have said, sure the controller works... but you are at a severe disadvantage. Don't do it man. Don't handicap other players for your own laziness.


If anything, I'm only handicapping myself.
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User Info: pfantzypantz

pfantzypantz
3 years ago#10
Slayn posted...
I made this terrible, terrible face when I saw "MMO" and "controller" in the same post. Ugh. From what people in FF14 have said, sure the controller works... but you are at a severe disadvantage. Don't do it man. Don't handicap other players for your own laziness.


I made this terrible face when I read this post. Why do people always feel the need to express their dislike of controllers in these topics? He's asking what MMOs support them, not whether other people agree with the notion of playing a MMO with a controller. And always under the veil of "handicapping" or "ruining the experience" of the other players.

If he enjoys playing with a controller, he isn't at a severe disadvantage, he's enjoying the game.
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