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User Info: friendlydude

friendlydude
11 years ago#1
The more I play this game, the more I realize the play control is quite spectacular. At first I didn't like the idea of using the buttons on the top of the Playstation controller to move my crosshairs up or down, but now I realize it was for the best. It really does work well because most of the time you're in narrow hallways anyway, so you don't have to worry about hitting left or right to face and lock onto a target.

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friendlydude
11 years ago#2
Sometimes I feel happy when it finally dawns on me how great it feels to realize things.

User Info: Tention

Tention
11 years ago#3
if only the dual shock was around when this was ported, it'd be much better.
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User Info: friendlydude

friendlydude
11 years ago#4
Really, no dual shock? I'm surprised.

User Info: papadopus

papadopus
11 years ago#5
The dual shock is supported.

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I hate "sixaxis" motion control.

User Info: friendlydude

friendlydude
11 years ago#6
Oh I see. I don't ever need to worry about using that though, since a regular PS controller makes me nice and comfy.

User Info: pawn75

pawn75
11 years ago#7
I actually don't remember why I posted that the DS is supported. I really have no idea if it is or it isn't.
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User Info: friendlydude

friendlydude
11 years ago#8
Don't worry about it. I have never owned or even played a DS in my entire life. I think I'll keep it that way 'cuz keeping up with all the current happenings of video games these days is hard enough!

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pawn75
11 years ago#9
I think we were talking about the Dual Shock, not the Nintendo DS. As for the DS, its pretty cool, but the d-pad is freaking tiny. Its smaller than my thumb, making New Super Mario Bros harder than it should be.
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friendlydude
11 years ago#10
Oops, you're right. I guess you found out my main flaw- I don't like to go back and re-read things, hehe. Anyway, I don't know anything about the Dual Shock or the Nintendo DS. Tiny d-pads though- not fun for my big hands.
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