Use right stick to look around, don't just look around the screen with your eyes. Your crosshair should always be where you're looking at. If you're looking all over the screen while moving around, of course you'll get motion sick. --- well I am not like your dad. I worked as a chef at TGIF-Mattson
Borderlands 2 for sure. I like the game the way that it is now, but it would be that much more enjoyable to me if 3rd person view was an option, especially considering that there is some bit of customization going on. Character customization is kind of silly and pointless when you can't see the character about 95% of the time. --- http://community.modnation.com/en-us/players/ZoomSurtr/creations
Mirrors Edge for sure. Not played it, but Brink from what I've seen. The Darkness (2), maybe.
I think at the very least for single player games, they should have an option to view in 3rd person.
As for Metroid Prime, I did enjoy the whole trilogy, but it's no Super Metroid, which was 3rd person, so in a way...
Metroid Prime (although it would have to be a completely different game). --- Gamertag: Mad Mistress [AH3:Weiss(kinda, I'm still new)] [BBCS:Robo-Friends] [MVC3:Hulk/Akuma/Sentinel] [WFC:Scout/Scientist] [SF4:LOL]
The entire point of Mirror's Edge is that it was first person. The whole thing was an exercise in making an anti-FPS. The entire project is literally pointless if it's not in first person!
There are so few games in first person that aren't about pew pew killing people, you can't have ME. We need it as proof of concept that there's more to first person than guns. So pick another game, one that actually makes sense. --- well I am not like your dad. I worked as a chef at TGIF-Mattson