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The reason i ask is .... i have my pc hooked up to my 60 inch tv and love playing games on it... and i also like to lay down in my bed and use the controller... its just easier on my mind and body and more comfortable.
but unfortunately not all pc games are compatible with gamepads... even certain fps and console games like bioshock2, and mass effect 2
know you can make profiles through programs like xpadder but i dont like that much......
Get Xpadder. You can bind your keyboard and mouse functions to a controller with it, so you can play virtually any game with a controller (though keep in mind that an analog stick isn't as accurate as a mouse).
All PC games have pad support if you wanna take the time to use google for software that lets you bind keyboard keys to pad buttons..... The only ones who would even still be asking this are the people who are too lazy to do a simple google search.
99% of the multi-platform titles are gamepad compatible. A lot of PC exclusive indie titles are also compatible. Just go to the Steam store and look at games you're interested in. It will tell you if it is compatible with gamepads out-of-the-box, so to speak. Full controller support means the controller is enabled when starting it, no keyboard/mouse required. Partial support sometimes works like full support on some games, but a lot of times there will be a start up menu or something where keyboard/mouse are required before you can just use the controller.
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