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  • Why?

  • I think i play with my y axis inverted because of zelda games

  • barbarians

  • That's how the controls were for Goldeneye 007 for N64...plus I always played aircraft simulators when I was a kid. Everything else is unnatural.

  • Nute

    barbarians

    You're the barbaric neanderthal that plays with the vanilla camera option

  • I can see how it makes sense to some people, say the stick was on the back of someone’s head and you wanted them to look up. You would push the stick down

    The thing that confuses me is that people only usually play inverted vertically, horizontally is usually not inverted

    makes no sense to me

  • I thought inverted controls were for people who were left handed

  • I legit don't even notice, I just go with the flow

  • Nexizimas

    You're the barbaric neanderthal that plays with the vanilla camera option

  • they think they pilots or sum 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️😭

  • Lamont

    I thought inverted controls were for people who were left handed

    I’m left handed and I don’t like inverted controls

  • i used to back when i was in Australia

  • because it makes more sense for how a camera is controlled.

  • n3rdg1n

    they think they pilots or sum 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️😭

    😭

  • My brain no good

  • Perfect for Piloting Jets and Helis, It's alot easier pulling off Maneuvers and Post-Stall Maneuvers in Ace Combat by pulling down on the Stick.

  • Depends on the game

    Sometimes i have to turn it off/on
    But i usually just adjust to whatever the default is

  • Weirdo s*** tbh

  • The question is why not? Imagine if you were holding a camera, you angle it down to view a higher perspective and high to view a lower perspective. Turn your hands left for a right angle and right for a left angle. Mongaloids itt

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    I watched a video a while back of some dude getting his wife to play games for the first time and found that she needed the controls inverted so that the camera moves like a phone swipe which makes sense

  • Cyan

    I watched a video a while back of some dude getting his wife to play games for the first time and found that she needed the controls inverted so that the camera moves like a phone swipe which makes sense

  • When did videogames start to default to non-inverted? Because I'm pretty sure the default was inverted for a long time.

  • I played Dark Souls with inverted camera, it just felt right

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