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Elektron

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  • Birthday 03/29/1991
  1. I noticed that after I posted. It'll work until I go back through all the threads and get the little icon beside the topic again. Thanks.
  2. Is there no way to go to first unread posts from before the update? I have the option on threads I've read post-update, but not pre.
  3. I notice the same thing. The DMR and Sniper have always felt heavier to me.
  4. I've always felt the same thing with it. It does feel significantly heavier.
  5. Fixed wireless isn't like using wi-fi to connect your xbox to the internet. It's just a different type of internet service utilizing microwaves to nearby line of site towers. I've found that it's basically in between satellite and DSL/Fiber land lines.
  6. Alright. Thanks for the help guys.
  7. Thanks for the response. It's hard finding info about this type of internet from people who have actual experience with using it for gaming or know what they are talking about. Do you know if it would be any better than satellite or if satellite is even usable? I had three options to choose from for fixed wireless and the two that I have contacted so far said I wouldn't be in their service area or that they are at capacity. My only other option would be satellite. Looking pretty grim.
  8. Has anyone had any experience with this type of internet? Is it usable for gaming? I'm going to be moving soon and this may be able to be all that I can get in my area. Thanks for any help.
  9. 3 sensitivity, 3 acceleration 0% deadzones Bumper Jumper Vibration Scuf with X on left paddle and A on right paddle
  10. I like the overall feel of the Elite better. It is made with higher quality material and just feels better than a Scuf. When I first got mine I really had to get used to how sensitive the paddles were and had to change how I held the controller. As some have said the sticks do feel a little off compared to a normal controller. After I adjusted to it, I was really happy with how it both felt and functioned. Just recently one of the paddles on it stopped clicking and I had to mash on the paddle to get it to register. It was just felt weird having to click one paddle one way and remember to mash harder on the other so I decided to get a Scuf. I had to re-learn how to use the paddles because they are so much harder to press than the Elite, but I am pretty happy with it now. Overall, I would prefer the Elite, but the Scuf isn't a bad product at all.
  11. I've had mine since around February and game pretty regularly with it. Just recently my paddle that I have thrust mapped to won't click in anymore. It just feels really spongy and you have to mash it harder than normal. Most of the time I wouldn't be able to tell that I was pressing it if it wasn't for me actually thrusting in game. It feels really weird now that I got used to how it normally felt. Has anyone else had this problem? Before this happened I had no problems with the controller and greatly preferred it to a normal one.
  12. I tested with a bunch of different settings and this feels right to me. I would like to add that I am using an Elite controller, though. I was using 3,4 on a default controller before I got the Elite. After I got it I switched to 2,5, so the controller may feel faster than a Scuf or default controller.
  13. I played on 3 sensitivity in every Halo before this one. I can confirm that 1.5x 1.5y with 2 acceleration feels like 3 in the old games. If you try to get the feeling of 3 sensitivity and make x and y both 3, then it would be like 6 sensitivity in older Halos.
  14. First post in a long time. The aiming in this game almost makes it unbearable for me to play and I will do whatever is necessary for 343 to understand and fix the absolutely terrible aiming in this game. I found this video last night on the aiming. I think it shows the problem pretty well.
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