I feel the same but I've I've only been playing for about a half hour, it feels almost clunky, or heavy if that makes any sense. I'm hoping its just rust and some time will cure it. --- XBOX LIVE: C0IN PSN: KOIN2
You're probably just looking for things to fault it on. Try looking for things to praise it on. --- I do not aim with my hand, I aim with my eye. I do not shoot with my hand, I shoot with my mind. I do not kill with my gun, I kill with my heart.
I feel the same but I've I've only been playing for about a half hour, it feels almost clunky, or heavy if that makes any sense. I'm hoping its just rust and some time will cure it.
Hmmm it seems odd to me that you feel this way. I feel completely the opposite, in that the player movement feels much lighter than that of any other Halo game. --- "Its not the size of the dog in the fight, its the size of the fight in the dog." -Mark Twain
I don't know what it is, maybe I just set my expectations too high for games these days. I know Reach got a lot of hate, but I INSTANTLY loved that game and thought it felt incredibly fun and satisfying to play. I guess I feel kind of cheated because of the stellar reviews this game got.
I've seen others complain about it, but honestly the physics are one of the main things bothering me, especially in multiplayer. The game feels very loose and "slippery" to me. I've also gotta say that the killcams, ordnance drops, and loadouts are getting to me, even though I didn't think they would. The pacing just feels too fast for a Halo game; too frantic. I might take a break from it for a few days and see how I feel then, otherwise maybe I can convince a friend to buy it off me...
Personally, I feel it's the best Halo to date. 343i has surpassed Bungie in my eyes, delivering solid storytelling and an exciting gameplay experience in the campaign, alongside an engaging competitive multiplayer component that will keep me coming back for more.
In addition, I think Spartan Ops is a great idea: it's essentially taking the same, age-old concept of the standard 'weekly TV show' and putting it into video game form - an interesting way to deliver a story and keep the audience engaged for longer than just 'to the end of the campaign'.
All in all, I only have one problem: 343i will have A LOT of high expectations to live up to for Halo 5.