The switch back and forth from PC to 360 controllers is never easy, but Battlefield: Bad Company certainly incentivises the experience. It even got me wrestling with my AV amp in search of some quality surround sound to match the rest of the game.
Using technology to improve gaming immersion is all very well in theory. But in practice, when I came to play Battlefield: Bad Company, I found that my surround sound system was not co-operating at all! Admittedly it started to die a few months back when you’d switch it on and hear the sound stuttering until it had warmed up. Being a bit of a tech-head I’ve tried investigating various options to get it working but to no avail. So until I receive the new system I’ve got on back-order I have to turn it on a while before I want to play.