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FishyJoe said:

Do you ever go to other shooters where you have to use a gamepad and wish you had RE4 controls for those games? I'm finding it difficult to readjust after getting so comfortable with Wiimote aiming. It's amazing how big a difference something like that makes.

 

no quite the contrary.. i have a hard time playing re4 on the wii compaired to my regular ps3 or pc shooters.



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I enjoy RE4 simply because it's more intuitively natural to control, feet movement aside. I played my share of Halo 2 on the University network countless hours a day, but I wish the Wii-mote had similar game-type exposure.

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Flow said:
Okay, speaking serious now, RE4 had an enjoyable gameplay...

But i grew up playing RE as a kid and getting scared, when i got my hands on RE4 i was so hyped i would have some memories back and then they give me a damn action game.

It's not that the game is bad, but the resident evil i grew up with is dead

damn, it rhymed.

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Resident Evil 4 was short on chills, but bigger on thrills.

I actually love the evolution of the series.



I prefer the wii controller now for all FPS and 3rdPS. I played both call of Duty 4 and Orange Box on analog pads after I played Metroid 3, RE:4 and MoHH2 and I had a hard time adjusting. eventually I bought orange box for PC because I just didn't like the controls as well as mouse and keyboard.

As much as i am looking forward to RE:5 i really wish it had IR control.



control sticks r dumb. very inaccurate for FPS. Wii needs more shooters and the hardcore devs will pick up on it

 

BTW Cheers for this thread. Someone had to say it and its true. Wii motes kick controllers way down the pecking order.



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FishyJoe said:

Do you ever go to other shooters where you have to use a gamepad and wish you had RE4 controls for those games? I'm finding it difficult to readjust after getting so comfortable with Wiimote aiming. It's amazing how big a difference something like that makes.

 

I've played every shooter on the 360 and I wish any one of them was as good as RE4, but unfortunately, no game released this gen even approaches that game.



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Flow said:
Okay, speaking serious now, RE4 had an enjoyable gameplay...

But i grew up playing RE as a kid and getting scared, when i got my hands on RE4 i was so hyped i would have some memories back and then they give me a damn action game.

It's not that the game is bad, but the resident evil i grew up with is dead

damn, it rhymed.

I know how you feel, they basically change the whole RE gameplay with RE4 making totally different from what once was. Not that it was bad, but it was just different.



Has anyone ever gone head to head Wiimote vs GC controller? Someone must have tried this on some shooter game. Although I'm not sure if any other games have done the controls as well as RE4. It just seems so much easier to strafe and track targets with the Wiimote, so I'd think that would be a big advantage. Much like the advantage a mouse/keyboard user has.



ZenfoldorVGI said:
FishyJoe said:

Do you ever go to other shooters where you have to use a gamepad and wish you had RE4 controls for those games? I'm finding it difficult to readjust after getting so comfortable with Wiimote aiming. It's amazing how big a difference something like that makes.

 

I've played every shooter on the 360 and I wish any one of them was as good as RE4, but unfortunately, no game released this gen even approaches that game.

I think that is a bit exaggerating. Off course its your opinon, but I could name many games better, and I played the definitive version of RE4(wii version) for the first time, and never played the PS2, GC, or PC versions.

 



Yes. Coming from playing PC fps's for a while, RE4 on the Wii felt perfect. I don't know if I'll be able to deal with the controls for RE5 when it comes to the PS3.

It looks so......clumsy...