It's one of the most difficult demos in recent memory. That, in and of itself, is exhilarating. However, couple that difficulty with minor ticks in functionality, and you've got a recipe for frustration.
many of the same gripes i ahd while playing, hopefully some of these get tweaked...especially the ammo
.... 6. Online play is laggy as ever, which will give ppl wrong vibe for purchasing it later on. 7. Splitscreen mode is probably the worst split work i've ever seen. The screens are sooooooo small it makes my eyes hurt when looking at the small enemies... why can't they make the screens bigger?????
I quit playing the demo very fast all due to controls and mainly the way camera moves, very bad implementation of what could be a great game but trashed because this issues.
. At Below it might be me i missed it i could'nt find it Its always the first thing i do
You can invert the controls, you do it on the main menu. I am not sure if you can do it in game though. I never checked, buy you most certainly can do it, cause I play all my games with inverted controls.
For all you noobs. Here's a strategy. 1 shot to the head>>walk up>>hit X (type D 360 Controller)>>walk up>>Hit X again. Thats 1 shot per person and you can even kill multiple people if you align them up when you melee. If you haven't done so.. Turn your Aiming Speed on FASTEST because default is very slow and fastest is the best. Haven't played the Ps3 demo but if Type D is the same as the 360's I feel sorry because the R2 on the DS3 sucks ass. You'd be better off changing the control scheme. People approach RE5 like noobs all it takes is learning. The chainsaw fight there is a Electric breaker box on the light pole at the bottom of the steps where the chainsaw guy first appears.. Unlike Gas Barrels the breaker box can be used an unlimited amount of times just shoot it down then shoot it on the ground. This game takes strategy Ammo isn't to be sprayed but strategically used. This game is easy when you learn.
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