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Submitted by Terminu5 1369d ago | opinion piece

How Necessary Is Sticky Cover?

Bitmobber Daniel Sims asks: What do you prefer in a shooter that emphasizes cover: a dedicated button for strapping your character to objects or just the ability to duck and lean? (Call of Duty Series, Culture, Enter the Matrix, Gears of War, Goldeneye, James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, Metal Gear Solid Series, SOCOM: Confrontation, Splinter Cell, WinBack)

BuIIetproofish_  +   1370d ago
I prefer sticky cover, it allows for a smoother experience.
bbretterson  +   1370d ago
I'm with Bulletproofish. Even if it's not perfect, I like the way sticky cover feels.
bearsfaan  +   1370d ago
Put me in the pro-sticky-cover camp as well.

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