Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 16 Apr 2010.
People must be buying these things, otherwise the manufacturers wouldn't bother.
To those people I say...Why? Just why?
SteelSeries are missing the fact that I don't want to pay £70 for a mouse
because its a kewl looking white mouse and nicely graphiced good quality mouse pad frm sound of things
i'd def not get it just because of the RUSE logo but looks a possible upgrade to my M$ Intellimouse Explorer 3.0
doesnt look like anything special imo, theres great gaming mice that cost a lot less. I played the beta and found the game quite tedious tbh.
Looks ok but I would musch prefer a mouse and matt without branding.
How does it look WW2 - ish?
It looks more like circa 20XX where white is the new black.
what happens when you get bored of RUSE?
It's a shame they partnered up with UbiSoft... Not the most PC Gamer friendly company.
Would consider it if it wasn't cobered in R.U.S.E. branding why do companies assuming covering it with game branding would make me more likely to buy it? The opposite is true. Oh and if it was cheaper as well.
Just be happy that you don't have to have a permanent internet connection to use the mouse.
Looks like quite a nice mouse apart from the huge RUSE logo. The only game branding that works is WOW because people play it all their lives. This game won't see that kind of lifespan.
Because there are people known as fanboys, and these things buy anything labelled with the branding.
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