For you those like to play gaming ecpecially First Shoot Person (FPS) games, such as Point Blank surely need to have the good mouse to play your lovely game. Although when we not to playing game at computer, surely we also lazy to pivot a screen in behind our keyboard at computter cause it’s not have big area to change our pointer.
If we see to any person who playing game, we can see that are surely make gaming mouse. They need a mouse who can make their hand comfortable to playing their game. The specific for mouse that a gaming are:
- The ideal form as a “mouse shooter”.
Usually, the shape of a comfortable gaming mouse for aiming is rather wide and has a rather high arch so it supports the palm of the hand well. Shape like this makes our three fingers can move more freely. Especially gaming need that are not only recommended to use a mouse shooter, but actually using a normal gaming mouse is still comfortable and not less accurate and for get the maximal value of our game. When using a gaming mouse to play Point Blank or other FPS games, there are a number of things to watch out for.
2. Have a broad DPI level.
Dot Per Inch or DPI is a measure of mouse sensitivity. The higher the DPI number, the more sensitive the mouse. That is, with just a little mouse movement, the cursor will move away on the PC screen. A broad DPI level means that the mouse has a high range of numbers, for example 250 – 4800 or 100 – 10,000, either by default or using software. For FPS games, gamers usually set DPI in low numbers. The goal is to make the cursor easily controlled.
3. Has a Macro feature
A mouse macro is enriched with Macro features based on built-in software so that the buttons can be set according to the needs and habits of gamers. For example, we are comfortable shooting with the thumb on the left side of the mouse, so the left mouse button that functions as a standard “next” and “previous” buttons can be changed to the shoot button. Macro feature also functions to adjust LED and DPI level. If the default mouse chipset only has a sensitivity range of 800 – 3200, then using Macro software, it can be expanded to 250 – 4800.