They did work on both 360 and PS3, but only when prompted by the console for text input. Also, some models of keyboards were not appreciated by the 360 (especially wireless models.)
I believe you're right on that one. My 360 never had one that worked with it.
When you're doing in-game things that involve letters, only the in-game "keyboard" works. USB ones don't do anything, either.I meant that the Xbox and PlayStation consoles themselves accept USB keyboards for use in their home dashboards. I don’t think that was the case last generation.1
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The Twitch stream the other day has me completely stoked to play this with my family, but I have one big question:
Let's say we're in a party environment, and we have the standard deck of 60 cards. Is it okay to just shuffle and deal the deck into two random sets of 30, or will that completely break the game or make it impossible to win?
Looking forward to more videos and streams on some of the more technical card game aspects of this. INTEREST: PIQUED.1