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Topic: How many people who actually own more than a Wii think that motion controls make FPS's more accurate?

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FOREST_RANGER

21. Posted:

It depends on a given situation and why you play FPS. I enjoy the pointer controls because it makes the shooting more immersive and makes online multiplayer more enjoyable. If one is very competetive and wants to win, then he/she gets the one with the easiest accessibility (analog sticks) or the reflex-intensive method (mouse)

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@AlexSays

That was cute. Is that all you got? lol
Ya i guess some people are either too lazy or just don't want' to evolve for these types of genre's.
all the power to you if you want to remain stagnent in the Dual analog PC mouse era, i for one am over it....Fun doesn't apply for me with either control scheme. yawn.

I'm all for retro based titles, but i feel that first or 3rd person based titles that require you to aim in a 3D based world are miles better off with Motion controls.
Zelda: Skyward Sword is another brilliant example.

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23. Posted:

AlexSays wrote:

lmao I can't believe people still use the "Oh but it's realistic" thing.

Yes aiming a remote at the TV is so much like holding a gun and actually shooting. Sometimes when I'm watching action movies, I'll point my TV remote at the screen and pretend I'm taking down the bad guys.

One time my remote even recoiled and hit me right in the face!

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I'm just pointing out that Pointer controls are the most realistic and immesive option regardless of what you think is more precise and accurate.

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Oh and you did a TERRIFIC job.

You should send this thread to every CS and TF2 player so they realize how this superior method is available and they're still in the stone age

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You mean these guys? Ya I'll get right on it!
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WaveBoy wrote:

@AlexSays

That was cute. Is that all you got? lol
Ya i guess some people are either too lazy or just don't want' to evolve for these types of genre's.
all the power to you if you want to remain stagnent in the Dual analog PC mouse era, i for one am over it....Fun doesn't apply for me with either control scheme. yawn.

I'm all for retro based titles, but i feel that first or 3rd person based titles that require you to aim in a 3D based world are miles better off with Motion controls.
Zelda: Skyward Sword is another brilliant example.

im on no ones side here but i sense a superiority complex on every post you make regarding anything to do with motion controls, seriously dude i get it no need to push the agenda

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AlexSays

25. Posted:

Given your extreme enthusiasm for Nintendo and the fact you haven't mentioned other methods of IR based aiming, this isn't a great surprise.. lol

There are still Microsoft fans out there telling me the original Xbox was a reliable console.

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Two seconds after he stereotypes and generalizes every PC gamer in the world.. lol

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BlackFira wrote:

WaveBoy wrote:

@AlexSays

That was cute. Is that all you got? lol
Ya i guess some people are either too lazy or just don't want' to evolve for these types of genre's.
all the power to you if you want to remain stagnent in the Dual analog PC mouse era, i for one am over it....Fun doesn't apply for me with either control scheme. yawn.

I'm all for retro based titles, but i feel that first or 3rd person based titles that require you to aim in a 3D based world are miles better off with Motion controls.
Zelda: Skyward Sword is another brilliant example.

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im on no ones side here but i sense a superiority complex on every post you make regarding anything to do with motion controls, seriously dude i get it no need to push the agenda

I'll just stop right here. This is a tired arguement anyways and i'm just repeating the same crap.
Besides we all know each of us won't convince one another, i'm just 'saying' that pointer controls can offer a sense of intuitive/immersion and realistic '3D Mouse-like' controls that the mouse simply put can't.

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AlexSays wrote:

Given your extreme enthusiasm for Nintendo and the fact you haven't mentioned other methods of IR based aiming, this isn't a great surprise.. lol

There are still Microsoft fans out there telling me the original Xbox was a reliable console.

BlackFira wrote:

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Two seconds after he stereotypes and generalizes every PC gamer in the world.. lol

i know :P, no one can expect me to respect someones opinion especially when they bash down everything else and claim the one thing is better like its a fact or something which is what im getting off from people who's similiar in this way so i just cant take them seriously when they are like that

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28. Posted:

AlexSays wrote:

Given your extreme enthusiasm for Nintendo and the fact you haven't mentioned other methods of IR based aiming, this isn't a great surprise.. lol

There are still Microsoft fans out there telling me the original Xbox was a reliable console.

BlackFira wrote:

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Two seconds after he stereotypes and generalizes every PC gamer in the world.. lol

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Oh c'mon, I'm just kidding around. It's good to have a laugh once in a while. :p
And Trey parker and matt stone were the ones to stereo type not I you silly wabbit. Gamers come in all different shapes and sizes.
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29. Posted:

WaveBoy wrote:

BlackFira wrote:

WaveBoy wrote:

@AlexSays

That was cute. Is that all you got? lol
Ya i guess some people are either too lazy or just don't want' to evolve for these types of genre's.
all the power to you if you want to remain stagnent in the Dual analog PC mouse era, i for one am over it....Fun doesn't apply for me with either control scheme. yawn.

I'm all for retro based titles, but i feel that first or 3rd person based titles that require you to aim in a 3D based world are miles better off with Motion controls.
Zelda: Skyward Sword is another brilliant example.

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im on no ones side here but i sense a superiority complex on every post you make regarding anything to do with motion controls, seriously dude i get it no need to push the agenda

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I'll just stop right here. This is a tired arguement anyways and i'm just repeating the same crap.
Besides we all know each of us won't convince one another, i'm just 'saying' that pointer controls can offer a sense of intuitive/immersion and realistic '3D Mouse-like' controls that the mouse simply put can't.

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ok thats fine but no need to try to claim it like its true or something in your older posts, just wish you didnt have to say its better then other methods in just about every post i see you make regarding it which almost slightly irritated me in the past to a point i was going to reply about it but decided not too untill now

no hard feelings or anything

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30. Posted:

I wear pants in the summer.

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DarkLloyd

31. Posted:

Malkeor wrote:

I wear pants in the summer.

so do i :P

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luminalace

32. Posted:

I own every console and run a Clan. I buy Call of Duty effectively every year and on one HD console and on the Wii! To me it's accurate to gauge what's better. Call of Duty seems to just be too powerful fotr the Wii so there is some lag with where you shoot and when the system realises. However on a more powerful console like the Wii U, this may or may not change! If the lag disappears then the good olde Wii Remote is fantastic for FPS! Actually I would go as far as saying that you can do crazy stuff on the Wii remote that you can't on a dual analog controller.

But to Wii owners who say they can't go back...I can and do very easily! Sometimes a standard controller is just a preferred option. Also the Wii Remote doesn't really have enough buttons to do Call of Duty and Battlefield.

I hope when I am playing Black Ops 2 on Wii U, I will have both options! If one seems to help my Kill to Death ratio then I will use that option most!

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JohnPhilipSousa

33. Posted:

Wii Motion+
Nuff' said.

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34. Posted:

BlackFira wrote:

WaveBoy wrote:

BlackFira wrote:

WaveBoy wrote:

@AlexSays

That was cute. Is that all you got? lol
Ya i guess some people are either too lazy or just don't want' to evolve for these types of genre's.
all the power to you if you want to remain stagnent in the Dual analog PC mouse era, i for one am over it....Fun doesn't apply for me with either control scheme. yawn.

I'm all for retro based titles, but i feel that first or 3rd person based titles that require you to aim in a 3D based world are miles better off with Motion controls.
Zelda: Skyward Sword is another brilliant example.

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im on no ones side here but i sense a superiority complex on every post you make regarding anything to do with motion controls, seriously dude i get it no need to push the agenda

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I'll just stop right here. This is a tired arguement anyways and i'm just repeating the same crap.
Besides we all know each of us won't convince one another, i'm just 'saying' that pointer controls can offer a sense of intuitive/immersion and realistic '3D Mouse-like' controls that the mouse simply put can't.

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ok thats fine but no need to try to claim it like its true or something in your older posts, just wish you didnt have to say its better then other methods in just about every post i see you make regarding it which almost slightly irritated me in the past to a point i was going to reply about it but decided not too untill now

no hard feelings or anything

Sorry, i just tend to get all defensive whenever somebody downplays motion controls(especially the ones who judge them on these laggy hdtv sets) Not that anybody had been before i decided to post down the same Motion control based rambling that i always do on the subject. :p All I'm saying, is that yes all 3 control schemes can be accurate in their own way as far as accuracy goes, but what's the most accurate in the form of immitating realism? The Wii remote. But yup Did anybody else adore those Silent Hill: Shattered Memories Flash Light pointer controls? I'd love to get that in first person based survival horror. :D

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35. Posted:

After playing Medal of Honor Frontline GCN and Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition (Classic Controller) and comparing the shooting controls with Call of Duty 3 Wii and Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition (Wii Remote and Nunchuk), I do have to say that the Wii Remote and Nunchuck option makes aiming WAY MORE accurate and fun. There is more speed, too!

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36. Posted:

kyuubikid213 wrote:

After playing Medal of Honor Frontline GCN and Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition (Classic Controller) and comparing the shooting controls with Call of Duty 3 Wii and Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition (Wii Remote and Nunchuk), I do have to say that the Wii Remote and Nunchuck option makes aiming WAY MORE accurate and fun. There is more speed, too!

I can imagine, the classic controller is not a great dual-analog controller.

You move the analog a little bit, doesn't move the pointer at all. Move a little further, you're somehow on the opposite side of the screen. The thing has major sensitivity issues..

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37. Posted:

AlexSays wrote:

Lag isn't even the largest issue. There's no Wii game out there that offers the same level of tight, accurate aiming as do the dual-analog controllers.

I have experienced absolutely brilliant aiming with the Wii. The controls are tight. The only reason the aim isn't as "accurate" as dual-analog is because with dual analog, you move the crosshares to where you need them and when you're done, you leave the stick alone. When you use the Wii Pointer controls, you have to hold it still to get accurate shots.

As for quick turning, I'd say that the only turning that is faster is the Resident Evil Quick-Turn option.

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38. Posted:

AlexSays wrote:

kyuubikid213 wrote:

After playing Medal of Honor Frontline GCN and Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition (Classic Controller) and comparing the shooting controls with Call of Duty 3 Wii and Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition (Wii Remote and Nunchuk), I do have to say that the Wii Remote and Nunchuck option makes aiming WAY MORE accurate and fun. There is more speed, too!

I can imagine, the classic controller is not a great dual-analog controller.

You move the analog a little bit, doesn't move the pointer at all. Move a little further, you're somehow on the opposite side of the screen. The thing has major sensitivity issues..

It actually works quite well for me. I can do slight movements.

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39. Posted:

kyuubikid213 wrote:

AlexSays wrote:

Lag isn't even the largest issue. There's no Wii game out there that offers the same level of tight, accurate aiming as do the dual-analog controllers.

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I have experienced absolutely brilliant aiming with the Wii. The controls are tight. The only reason the aim isn't as "accurate" as dual-analog is because with dual analog, you move the crosshares to where you need them and when you're done, you leave the stick alone. When you use the Wii Pointer controls, you have to hold it still to get accurate shots.
As for quick turning, I'd say that the only turning that is faster is the Resident Evil Quick-Turn option.

Just like you would have to when facing off the against the undead in real life. :p

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40. Posted:

kyuubikid213 wrote:

AlexSays wrote:

kyuubikid213 wrote:

After playing Medal of Honor Frontline GCN and Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition (Classic Controller) and comparing the shooting controls with Call of Duty 3 Wii and Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition (Wii Remote and Nunchuk), I do have to say that the Wii Remote and Nunchuck option makes aiming WAY MORE accurate and fun. There is more speed, too!

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I can imagine, the classic controller is not a great dual-analog controller.

You move the analog a little bit, doesn't move the pointer at all. Move a little further, you're somehow on the opposite side of the screen. The thing has major sensitivity issues..

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It actually works quite well for me. I can do slight movements.

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I've beaten RE4 3 times on the GCN and twice on the Wii, and while the Wii remote definitly made the experience a lot easier because of the more natural fluid 1:1 point based controls, it also 'for me' made it miles more fun. But, i think Pro mode is better suited for the wii remote. Normal just seems a bit too easy with the wii remote in comparison to traditional controls.

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