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Resistance 3 is incredible

#31CrimsonGear80Posted 10/3/2011 2:34:29 AM
He's telling you he's poor.
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#32killakPosted 10/3/2011 2:47:13 AM
I still don't see how down the sights aiming is possible when you're moving a cursor onscreen, which enjoys going out of sync quite frequently.
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#33CrimsonGear80Posted 10/3/2011 2:48:44 AM
Play Killzone 3 with the Move. Or any Wii shooter for that matter.

As for going out of sync.....maybe it should be calibrated better. I don't get that problem.
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#34killakPosted 10/3/2011 2:51:34 AM
Hmmm. . that is a good point.

I suppose if I actually aim correctly, when calibrating, I should, technically, be able to always aim down the sights.

Problem is if I shift my feet or the height of the gun, it's gone.

Second problem is the delay behind my movement and the cursors movement, which takes away that feeling of "aiming" rather than moving a cursor.
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#35CrimsonGear80Posted 10/3/2011 2:57:38 AM
I suppose if I actually aim correctly, when calibrating, I should, technically, be able to always aim down the sights.

Doing this if you aren't using the sharpshooter really isn't recommended. The best way to use the move+nav is to just keep it in you lap like a regular controller, and calibrate it that way, ie. just point the move in the general direction of the aiming sights when calibrating. Also remember to point the move directly at the camera when it asks you to. Not at the middle of the TV screen, like a lot of people do. Do this and your other two problems will probably vanish as well.
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#36killakPosted 10/3/2011 3:02:21 AM
That's quite interesting.

I'll give it a shot with KZ3 and Socom; Special Forces. With the Sharpshooter of course.
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#37wigsplasher(Topic Creator)Posted 10/4/2011 9:15:40 PM
CrimsonGear80 posted...
He's telling you he's poor.

Cold blooded!
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#38nightstalker92Posted 10/4/2011 9:41:31 PM
Slipknot2430 posted...
"Is it better in terms of single player than Killzone 3? Just curious because I'm not sure which one to buy at this point."

HELL NO! KIllzone 3 is a billion times better than Resistance 3! Graphics I would say are better for KZ3, gameplay is about the same though. Story line is better for KZ3. I'd get both eventually, but get KZ3 before R3.


Kz3 has an incredibly generic story. R3, being a side story aside, is still better in that respect. Graphics go to kz3. Gameplay? Depends on what you like.