Viper, you're still on that mouse/keyboard kick, and seem to miss the whole point (unless you are just posting to provoke). Rather than continue to argue the relative merits of a gamepad versus a mouse/keyboard, let's grant the superiority of the keyboard/mouse. So? Your argument is analogous to my saying I can beat you in a bicycle race, and your responding with "Not if I use a motorcycle." If Battlefield 1942 is released on the Xbox, then everyone will be using bicycles (a gamepad) and not a motorcycle (keyboard/mouse setup). So the keyboard/mouse superiority will be irrelevant, and there is no need to keep recycling your argument. What the text calling itself Repeater alleges is of a different order. It keeps saying in essence that the game cannot be properly played on an Xbox using a gamepad, because of the simultaneity of certain actions (as when tossing grenades). As I've said before, this is a design problem. The game and the input configuration were designed for a PC. These can be modified in design for an Xbox gamepad and its buttons. This is not a pressing issue...
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