A reader wonders what it is the video games industry has against custom controls, and why they fail at such a basic form of personalisation.
About 10 years ago me and two other mates decided to have a Tiger Woods tournament. It was the best of three, the interesting bit was one was a PlayStation 2 gamer, the other had an Xbox, and the last but not least (me) was a GameCube gamer.
We all owned Tiger Woods on our respective consoles and where equally as good at it. So we decided to play Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005 on each console, with the owner picking… Read the full story