Test your reaction speeds to see if you compare to some top Battlefield gamers. Post your results if you are gamer enough. And, its really fun.
Damn, now I need to practice more to get them reaction time down...
WTF I got 70 in one of them!!! O.O I didnt even think about it....
42ms ha ha.
47 ms is my best. My best 5 click average is 150ms.
Geez, pretty impressive for an "oldman"!!!
Just blame your mouse :D
Cool article, just re-title it with source before it gets reported: Are you fast enough for Battlefield 3? | GameZone
too bad BF3 isn't has much reflex dependant as COD eh
Damn once i had 106 cause i clicked the mouse accidentaly excatly when the green came out ;D but ussualy i have 200
One thing is certain. I'm faster than BF3s frame rate. Booyakasha!
Shut it, Meerkovo: Simples!
Its called being an autobot :P That would mean that once you saw the first frame of an enemy you would aim and shoot before the next frame lodes on your screen xD
that was pretty fun! Best I got was 184 =D cheers martial arts ;) not bad for using a fecked up mouse pad on my laptop I guess.
I been getting 250 to 280 lol though I do consider myself a very good KZ3 players as well as U3 and warhawk. Lucky reaction time is second to your intelligence in many of these games I guess lofl.
Best 158, pure luck.
Damn old age. My average is about 202. Fastest I ever got was 180, but then on the very next one I got 252. I'll have to try again in the afternoon when it isn't freezing in my house. On a side note, they need to make the box larger, and then make the area that you click smaller and appear at random points. Clicking speed is not as important as your ability to recognize and mouse over your target.
You know much of this depends on your mouse. The easier it is to click your mouse the faster you could be. Personally, I don't think mine would change a ton but others might have better luck.
Well, I was quite happy with my 214...At least its below average :D 'Bout the only time that its nice to be below average.
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