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A member registered Aug 06, 2017

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If you can't at least given controls to the PC version adequately you should not present the product on doesn't matter how hard it's hard and that's the way it shouldn't showcase a product until it's ready. I think controls aside you have an interesting experience for a horror game but if you're looking for feedback on the PC it has got to be playable.

I spent almost 30 minutes trying to figure out what buttons did what. I did have a ps4 controller but my daughter at the time was using it..after some time I finally plugged my ps4 controller in...but for whatever reason it wasn't working with the game (it kept spinning in circles) I doubt that was at fault for your work it's likely a complication on my end...BUT...I can't stress enough that if you're uploading your product for PC you need to have it ready for PC. The controls/prompts need to be PC ready.

I also noticed the PC controls were also in AZERTY which is fine for european/french but most of the world plays QWERTY so if you can target the majority audience you'll get better feedback

Anyway..regardless of my experience I'm looking forward to how this game develops.

I have a subscriber base of almost 300,000 and I probably won't upload the video because I literally couldn't even continue the game.

Unfortunately you made this game not ready for PC.
PLEASE..if you're going to release content on PC MUST tailor it for PC gameplay. It 'can' be played with PC controls but unfortunately it's using AZERTY and the prompts come up with PS4 controls. The user should NOT have to google a ps4-keyboard control layout in order to play a game..

Totally ruined the experience because carelessly handled