|A4TECH V3 Bloody Gun3 Gaming Mouse|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Input Devices|
|Written by Ami Young|
|Monday, 11 February 2013|
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V3 Bloody Gun3 Performance
When looking at the performance of a mouse, a lot of different factors come into play. Not only is it important to note how well a mouse does at its intended task, for example, headshotting your enemies, but it is also important that it fills all the other roles you need. Photo editing, internet browsing, other video games, all these come into play when you are evaluating the performance of a mouse.
While testing this mouse, I played multiple first person shooters (Crysis, Halo, Battlefield) as well as my usual MMOs, other third person games (Darskiders II). I also worked in GIMP, Photoshop and Firefox/Chrome.
Disclaimer: I do not usually play tons of FPS games. However, even though I don't play lots of them, I do notice the issues that plague many FPS gamers. Muscle fatigue, as well as recoil, are something that this mouse assists in eliminating. The auto-recoil suppression provided a noticeable improvement in my shot groupings, as well as the real-time traajectory adjustment. The multiple cores allowed me to switch between games comfortably and easily, although the DPI does feel a little bit low.
The macro editing software did it's job, allowing me to create macros to execute multiple commands in games with one button press.