I've been using the Orochi for several years now, as I tend to claw-grip while playing and it's size is good for that. Still has plenty of buttons for GW2, now that I'm not assigning any for hero micro. I think the naga might be a bit overkill for me.
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Thread: Razor Naga and GW2
04-05-2012, 18:11 #21Guild Wars - Erring Ryft | Guild Wars 2 - The Artless Dodger.2314
04-05-2012, 18:16 #22
BTW, I made a thread about that in the Game Tools forum in January
04-05-2012, 18:27 #23
my thumb isnt even needed for control over this mouse. pretty much comes down to my ring finger and the upper palm of my hand under my pointer and middle. this pretty much allows my thumb to move freely without issues.
i havent tried any FPS but i know my friends play them with this mouse and say it works great
04-05-2012, 18:42 #24
I used one of the thumb-buttons on my Deathadder for playing ME3 and - like Alaris mentioned - found it a bit awkward to move the mouse and use the button at the same time (I'm moving the mouse with thumb and little finger). But I guess you don't really need those extra buttons to play FPS/action games anyway.
The Naga is advertised as a MMORPG mouse after all and I can see how it would work there. Happy to hear it's small and light (picture sort of makes it look huge), I'm really tempted to give it a try now.
04-05-2012, 19:10 #25
lol yeah the pic doesnt do it any justice, i took some pics to put it a little more into perspective for you. i do have semi big hands so it was hard to get used to at first seeing how i was using the HUGE cataclysm mouse for WoW. my thumb sits right in the middle of the num pad, making 1-9 easy to hit, 10-12 i have to bend my thumb a lot and isnt that comfortable so i try and avoid those.
hope this helps anyone out
Last edited by Raww; 01-08-2012 at 20:50.
07-05-2012, 09:13 #26
07-05-2012, 18:54 #27
how is that so when i can control just as well when my thumb is off the mouse and its just my hand? maybe ive just grown accustomed to using my thumb for attacks rather then control, because my upper palm and pointer/middle/ring fingers are really doing all the control when im playing. guess im just different :( but i wouldnt have it any other way
07-05-2012, 19:38 #28
I got one today As it turns out, it's even a tad bit smaller than the previous mouse I had, it's really funny how it looks like a tank on the pictures...
Also what should be mentioned is that you can still move the mouse perfectly with the thumb if you don't plan on using the extra buttons, they won't activate if you don't want them to.
Anyway, thanks a lot for the recommendation, pictures, etc. I'll be sure to blame you personally if it won't work out for me
(Now Anet, if you could just bring on the next BWE please, it's important that I can test this with GW2...)
07-05-2012, 20:02 #29
I made a skill bar full of Mesmer mantras to play around with on the Isle of the Nameless.
PS: I try to keep my thumb on the #4 button. This way I can move up to #1 - #3, swivel to #5 & #6 and retract to #7 & #10 pretty easy.
#8 #9 #11 & #12 are the hardest to get right at my current state of training.
08-05-2012, 18:58 #30
yayyy im glad you got one!!!!! and yes that bulge on the side does help free up your thumb, good observation i didnt think of that since i forgot normal mouses dont have those(been so long since i touched a normal mouse lol) i hope you enjoy it and if there are probs feel free to yell at me :P