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Remember when PC FPS games had lean mechanics

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User Info: ThePCElitist

5 months ago#1
pepperidge farms remembers

I miss this as a mechanic in FPS games. The last time I saw it used was in ARMA3.

User Info: Orestes417

5 months ago#2
Kinda useless outside tactical games. Slows things down and encourages camping.
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User Info: johnny_pay

5 months ago#3
Rainbow six siege has lean, battlefield games also have it but it's an environmental thing rather than a particular button.

User Info: ThePCElitist

5 months ago#4
johnny_pay posted...
Rainbow six siege has lean

I haven't played that yet maybe I should check it out.

User Info: Kogepan

5 months ago#5
Prey has leaning........(I think it did....I never used it)

User Info: Demon_Hunter94

5 months ago#6
Pubg also has it. It doesn't fit very well with most FPS imo.
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User Info: AsucaHayashi

5 months ago#7
Not being able to land shoryuken consistently on one method of input as opposed to another is a matter of preference - zedzilla

User Info: bikeblaster

5 months ago#8
Kinda pointless for most games where you don't utilize cover much.

User Info: Terantatek

5 months ago#9
Pubg has fps lean.
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User Info: Killah Priest

Killah Priest
5 months ago#10
lean is cool but has become mostly obsolete with the cover system used in a lot of shooters.
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