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User Info: happyscrub1

happyscrub1
3 years ago#1
I never had one, but thinking about getting one just for SWTOR. Never have a played a game that required soooooo many binds. I think I might get one just to help relieve that issue.


But outside of that, I can't recall any other game in my life where I said to myself "I'm running out of binds"'

So what am I missing?
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User Info: steveboblarry

steveboblarry
3 years ago#2
It feels good in my hands
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User Info: happyscrub1

happyscrub1
3 years ago#3
steveboblarry posted...
It feels good in my hands


I got something that would fe....

Naw... I'm tired of getting modded >.>
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User Info: steveboblarry

steveboblarry
3 years ago#4
happyscrub1 posted...
steveboblarry posted...
It feels good in my hands


I got something that would fe....

Naw... I'm tired of getting modded >.>


and.....I dont swing that way
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User Info: Ch3wy

Ch3wy
3 years ago#5
My G400s is near frictionless on a cloth mousepad, has a DPI shift button that I never really use that much but it's still pretty neat, and fits my hand quite well.
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User Info: Twinqe

Twinqe
3 years ago#6
I have played Annihilation Marauder in SWTOR (literally requires the most buttons out of any spec in the game) without a Naga or G600 just fine. I do have one which I bought to simplify the mashing, but it is definitely possible to play without one assuming you can hit binds like Shift + Z and such pretty quickly. So, MMO mice are not necessary in my opinion, but are definitely easier on the hands. I will say that I found I could only comfortably use some of the buttons and it was really difficult at first to play with it because I wasn't used to my thumb being so active on the mouse.

As far as other gaming mice go, I own a g400 which I use because it fits my hand extremely well and it has a "perfect" sensor for competitive FPS which I also play a lot of.
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User Info: happyscrub1

happyscrub1
3 years ago#7
Twinqe posted...
I have played Sniper in SWTOR (literally requires the most buttons out of any spec in the game) without a Naga or G600 just fine..


Fixed
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User Info: wildog2006

wildog2006
3 years ago#8
I use a G700s at work. I need all those buttons for macros.
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User Info: aak57

aak57
3 years ago#9
I love the shape/feel of my Zowie FK and it tracks incredibly well.
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User Info: r0ge00

r0ge00
3 years ago#10
Shape, sensor, and extra buttons (only 2-3 needed).
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