"The "Z" trigger on the nunchuck will target an enemy. This is a visual target only,a dn is used to help track enemies in the enviroment. You still have to aim the cursor to frag. It is not an aim assist."
"How is that different than the first, where lock on locked the camera on the target (so it would move with the enemy) and you still had to aim the recticle?"
The first was an actual Lock-On. This time is just displays the enemy's health and highlights them. They can move freely around your screen. --- MWR Screen Name - Pur1fy | The Conduit Screen Name - Pure | MOH:H2 - Pur1fy http://www.youtube.com/user/SupahShnipa - COMMENTARIES
The first just locked the camera on to your opponent. If your recticle happened to be on the guy you were shooting, it would stay there. If it wasn't, you'd have to move the recticle to hit your opponent. When you used lock on, you could move the recticle anywhere you wanted.
From: psychobrew | #002 How is that different than the first, where lock on locked the camera on the target (so it would move with the enemy) and you still had to aim the recticle?
the camera followed the guy and kept him on screen in the first game. It doesn't do that anymore apparently. --- Everything I've learned about life can be summed up into three words: It goes on -Robert Frost Playing: Borderlands, Dragon Age Origins
Hmm... That's interesting, because in this video the guy does lock-on in a way that is similar to The Conduit.
Maybe this new lock-on is for some "hardcore" modes? --- Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering. Hebrew 13:3 (NIV)