Originally Posted by Toasty
The controls aren't being wrong just because they're inverted. As an inverted player myself, I grew up playing games that were defaulty inverted like flight simulators, and early shooting games. That's the way it's always been, and that's what we're used to. Otherwise, it makes the game hard to play. It's almost like somebody having an accent. They grew up with that accent their whole life, and somebody calls it wrong just because it's not their accent. It's really hard for somebody to get rid of their accent. Just like it's really hard for us to play without invert.
Yeah, but come on now... Adapting to this kind of thing doesn't take that long. Up is up, down is down. You should be able to get used to that even if you have played flight simulators all your life. Probably.
It's like driving a car with right hand drive when you live in a country with only left hand drive cars. You shift with the other hand and sometimes the indicators and wiper controls are on the "wrong" sides. You also have to position the car differently on the road and get used to look in the mirrors the wrong way. Even the most veteran LHD driver can get used to that. Probably.
... but I never realized how many people actually play with inverted controls. Do you play Counter Strike with inverted controls? COD on the PC? GTA?
Is your mouse always inverted even when you do other stuff like browse the internet too?
My mind is asploaded.