7 Xbox One Games That Need Mouse and Keyboard Support — But Don't

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Divinity: Original Sin II

By and large, RPG fans absolutely adored this take on turn-based fantasy shenanigans; they even had a great time with it on consoles last year.

However, there was one nagging issue that kept me from deeming it a console classic, even if it was on PC. 

Of course, that was the lack of keyboard and mouse support.

It's beyond clear this style of game is meant to be played with a mouse and keyboard, much like a classic cRPG. The experience just changes too radically when you try to force this type gameplay onto a limited-input controller.

Published Jan. 9th 2019

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