Did you use lock-on?

#1FireDragoon18Posted 2/22/2013 12:09:43 AM
Did you use lock-on in the demo? - Results (45 votes)
Yes. I don't have time to swing the camera when I'm kicking ass.
68.89% (31 votes)
31
No. Manual aim all the way!
11.11% (5 votes)
5
Didn't know there was lock-on. I would've used it.
11.11% (5 votes)
5
Didn't know there was lock-on. Wouldn't have used it anyways.
8.89% (4 votes)
4
This poll is now closed.
If you didn't realize, you click the monster icon on the bottom screen so that when you click L, it centers on the monster for a moment.

Anyways, I tried to move the camera manually, but I'm not used to clawing on the 3DS, so I decided to just use lock-on. It just made things so much easier.

I'm a veteran hunter btw.
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#2Ulyaoth74Posted 2/22/2013 12:33:27 AM
I used lock on a few times but it's terrible. Once you press the button, you have to wait a full second or more before it kicks in and targets the creature. I find just using the virtual d pad to swing the camera around is quicker. If they made it instant instead of a delay it would be awesome.
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#3Yang110Posted 2/22/2013 1:20:40 AM
I've found it the opposite. It seems to be as quick as the usual view change (original L button use), and I'm definitely finding it easier than having to constantly shift grip to get to one of the D-pads. Still, I suspect different people will find one way easier than the other.
#4euklbPosted 2/22/2013 1:48:48 AM
as some one who never used the claw in the first place i think its great
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