The old RE games did not have bad controls.

#41Rei23Posted 2/22/2012 3:29:00 PM
I can see how thinking the controls are bad make me bad at the game. When I said nothing about having difficulty with it.

Makes perfect sense.
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#42urmomishawt04Posted 2/22/2012 6:58:28 PM

From: Rei23 | Posted: 2/22/2012 5:29:00 PM | #041
I can see how thinking the controls are bad make me bad at the game. When I said nothing about having difficulty with it.

Makes perfect sense.


If you think the controls are bad when they are not bad, then you are bad at the game. That's why Capcom still uses the same controls....ffs.
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#43GoldsicklePosted 2/22/2012 8:09:31 PM

From: urmomishawt04 | #042
If you think the controls are bad when they are not bad, then you are bad at the game.


I think the old controls are garbage but yet I'm perfectly capable of finishing REmake under three hours or Code VERONICA with an A rank.

Therefore, you're wrong.
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#44mini_blightPosted 2/23/2012 4:49:01 AM
BlueSkies7776 posted...
It's just funny how gamers in the late 90's ate up the classic RE games and loved them to death, but most people hate them now.

A few questionable gamers hate it on message boards today. You must live in a small town if you think a few vocal haters translates into the majority of the market. lmao
#45DethaPosted 2/25/2012 12:47:09 AM
They weren't bad, but they weren't initially intuitive or especially ergonomic. Neither did they ever become completely smooth, but smooth enough, sure.

That isn't what people want in a control scheme, however, and the newer games' control/camera scheme is far better.
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