For most of my gaming life I have been primarily a console player, but in the recent years I have slowly started playing PC more because of the lower game prices, better graphics and the focus on digital-only services such as Steam. However, after I started playing PC more, I noticed that I never really felt as comfortable or had as much fun with a mouse and keyboard; so therein lies the problem, where do I go from there?
Well, these days most game developers understand that it's not just the hardcore mouse and keyboard crowd that play on PC, and therefor offer native support for gamepads; to me this is great, it means that I can still feel like I am playing a console, but continue to enjoy the benefits of playing on PC. To take this a step further, I often take advantage of Steam's "Big Picture Mode" to play games on my 32" LCDTV. So obviously, when a game has native support and Is owned on Steam, everything works great.
But what happens when a developer doesn't include native gamepad support or if the support is broken/buggy? Well You then have to go hunting around for ways to get games working with a gamepad; and that is why I am focusing on a new page titled "PC Games on TV". On this page I will form a database that compiles all my PC games and whether they natively support gamepads, or if not, list the mods, hacks or tweaks that I have found for them.
I will update this page over time, so please keep checking back for updates.