It's definitely sluggish. Have you set your controls to the ones suggested in the OP? The default settings for deadzone and aim acceleration are terrible in conjunction with the massive input lag that you can't disable, but tweaking those improves the experience a great deal. It still never feels snappy by any stretch of the imagination, but it makes it more playable.I haven't read through the thread but suspect I won't be alone in this... But I am on the verge of giving up on this game because of the terrible sluggish controls. I've barely started it - ten hours maybe? - but I'm just finding it an absolute chore to play. Controls feel heavy and sluggish, animations are overly long, and the actual controller mappings with all the button holds are just poor.
Did anyone else go through this and persevere with the game? Was it worth it? Or shall I just ditch it and go to my next backlog games (god of war and Spiderman...!)
Yes. There's no way to stop your hair growing apart from reaching max length.
Yes, once you complete an outfit or any piece of clothing at the trapper, it'll be in your inventory at your wardrobe forever (you can also visit the trapper again and equip anything he's already made you directly).