For the purpose of testing I opted for Fall Out New Vegas, this game has most scenarios and thought it would be a good all rounder for the purpose of testing. Having the option of increasing the DCPI as and when it’s needed is a bonus. For the purpose of exploring, 5700 DCPI was perfect for casually looking around, and when combat occurs you can increase it to 11400 DCPI to make movement at the crucial times more responsive, therefore increasing your success rate.
Being quite a big gamer, and having used it for a fair few hours, I have to say that the SteelSeries Sensei Fnatic Gaming Mouse didn’t disappoint at all. It was very responsive, and I didn’t have any issues with lag, which is refreshing as I have experienced this in the past with some mice.
The RRP of the Sensei Fnatic is, however, quite high at £80, but with such brilliant software to customize the side buttons, and the inclusion of its own 32-bit ARM processor, I’d be very surprised to see it disappoint if you were to purchase one.