Nothing foolish on my part. Equating "better" control with mass (since you love using the invalid F=ma argument)is completely invalid. Mass can be quantitatively measured and will not change from one person to the next. Just because you have the inability to use an analog device doesn't mean the rest of the world shares your inadequacy.NO NO NO NO NO
But the math for an inequality is simple whereas for F=ma you need to set up some sort of vacuum to try to get to an exact relationship. If I play Donkey Kong 10 times with a digital joystick and 10 times with an analog joystick and my score is on the average higher using digital joystick, I can say digital joystick control > analog joystick. It would be same experiment as if I took 10 or more different masses and accelerations and computed F=ma.
It would mean that YOU do better with an analog stick, not the rest of the world. I know you think you are god and what is right for you is right for everyone else, but sadly this is not the case.
If I eat 10 apples then eat 10 chocolate bars, and enjoy the chocolate more, I guess by your reasoning that means that chocolate is better than apples for EVERYONE in the universe. Arrogant fool.
You are the fool here. You are not quantizing the "enjoyment" whereas the scores and the high failure rate of the analog joysticks vs. digital joysticks is a measurable quantity. You try jumping from one ledge to another in Miner 2049er and you'll see the high failure rate as many have already seen. You don't have to be god to see the reasoning. More uncertainty means more failure.