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Pet Peeves of Gaming : Terrible Controls

NoBSGamers writes: "Have you ever been excited to play a video game and became increasingly frustrated with the controls? We share your pain. A lot of developers put a great amount of well-timed detail in their storylines and graphics, only to have the game fail because of negligence and hastiness . We have decided to take a look at four prime examples."

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Counter_ACT2758d ago

I agree with Resident Evil 4. RE5 is exactly the same. I hate not being able to move and shoot at the same time.

Tiberium2758d ago

in the wii version you really don't mind too much because the aiming has been so improved. mgs3 probably had the worse controls of the series but I still played it through and loved it. I didn't like that they took out the laser pointer out but still a hell of a game.

Xi2758d ago

Lair and too human, while I applaud the attempt to be original if it doesn't work, it doesn't work, scrap it and stick with what you know.

vlazed2758d ago (Edited 2758d ago )

That is why it is called a survival horror game and not an action game. Resident evil 4 is perfect the way it is.

Critical_Hit2758d ago (Edited 2758d ago )

Yeah, I've much contemplated RE4's controls and as much as I would like to run and shoot; I think it would drastically change the gameplay and it wouldn't be RE anymore. However, I so hope you can at least move and reload at the same time in RE5!

deeznuts2758d ago

I'm loving this game right now, just started it. But I'm a runner. I'm always running around a map and the controls just aren't what I would like them to be. Even when not running. It feels like driving a boat compared to a car sorta.

Batzi2758d ago

Where is Lair? I thought this game flopped because of the controls.

Wenis2758d ago

Though I think they were talking more-so about physical controls, opposed to motion controls. (notice how, like you said Lair along with no Wii games are on that list).

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