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I was under the impression that you had a video of it constantly dipping at 18 fps. Something to dip that fast, I do not think it would have time to register in someone's mind. It said 18 and then 30 before my brain had a chance to react. You sensationalized it.
I know you only have a PS4, go enjoy it. =)
Or go play with limes, I dunno. With a name like that, you're definitely a kid. IlovelimesOMG. I think it takes two years before someone can change their username. Your name just screams 12 to 16 year old.
I'm taking a break now. I missed this game and how fun it is. =) I am disappointed that I do not notice any force feedback on the triggers. I do not have an automatic, but I still think it would be noticeable. With the bow, I have to let go so I would not feel it. With the pistol, I do not notice that at all.
I am really disappointed. I feel the force feedback of the trigger really makes a shooting experience more enjoyable. Even playing CoD, it felt a lot better when the developers took advantage of it.
As far as people talking about frames per second, I think people are making a huge deal about it like they are with resolutions. Look at my impressions, the graphics are not night and day different but they are better.
People are acting like 60 fps is something new. As long as a game does not chug, it's fine. Last gen we had RAGE, DMC4, CoD, Bayonetta, and Doom BFG that were 60 fps.
We experienced it, but did it make the games better? I do not think so. I think places like Kotaku are guilty of making it seem like it's a really big deal when it's not. Most people are followers by nature, and I am one to use my own judgement and good sense over popular opinion and hop in bandwagons with followers. =)