41PahviSat 26th Feb 2011 I read through HOTD 2 & 3 Return manual, and it looks like you indeed can disable the crosshairs (but it doesn't say it changes anything else in the game): "For added challenge, try selecting DISABLE to play without the target mark." madmonkey wrote: Kadunta wrote:What kind of compensation/reward would/should RE: *** Chronicles games have if you didn't use the crosshair?Unless it's hidden, there is no such option in the Resident Evil games. Anyway, I'm not sure it would fit the gameplay since you're required to shoot right in the middle of a zombie's forehead to blast its head off.I don't believe there is such an option either. But the point in my question was, if there was, what should the player gain from playing the game like that? I'm not going to pop the game in my console to check it out, but I don't think it was much of a score attack game, although you got grades after each level and some point stars to upgrade your weapons. Maybe the hypothetical no-crosshairs-option could enable new, higher grades or make the grading more forgiving, but what new would that have brought to the player? (I'm trying to see if there are on-rails shooters that would not really benefit from having the option of disabling the crosshairs.) madmonkey wrote:I prefer to use the Wiimote alone and rest my hand on my lap or, even better, on an arm rest. I think it makes aiming easier and steadier. I bought the Overkill official shelves and, while they look good, they're very uncomfortable.it's easier even when playing without the crosshairs? "The review score of 6 becomes a 9 when looked at another angle. And vice versa." -me?