Edge writes: "You either love it or hate it. That's what people say, isn't it? Usually in association with yeast extract, or as a mediating salve for internet discussion threads about to go supernova – blind faith forgiving a multitude of sins on the one hand and an opposing party doggedly refusing to acknowledge any sign of merit on the other. Regardless, Marmite is insufficient ointment to soothe Too Human's ills. It's nothing terminal, however. 'Sickly' is more appropriate here – though for reasons that aren't immediately apparent.
For most, the compulsion to move the camera with the right stick will provide the initial annoyance. Though it could be argued that a manual camera is not entirely necessary, the fact remains that the player's constant desire to move it themselves is an itch that can never be scratched. It's made worse by the fact that, because we're so used to the right analogue shifting the view of our virtual worlds, you end up constantly attacking by accident as, under duress, you unconsciously attempt to get a better view of your surroundings or battle against a camera which stubbornly insists it knows best."