Bawlsz's forum posts

#1 Posted by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

@Wunder_ said:

Yeah, you're really bad at essay writing.

#2 Edited by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

Retail price of games in UK are £40, its hard to find games which are £30, also you can get LA Noire for £15-£30 in UK stores and online.

#3 Posted by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

ROOSTERTEETH

#4 Posted by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

Primary School for was cool, Secondary was allot of fun, for me that is, spending time just hanging with my friends, playing football, and screwing around, not enjoying College currently, A levels is allot harder then GCSEs, no need to revise hard for GCSEs, but A levels, have to revise most of the year to get a good grade.

#5 Edited by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

@emergency said:

@SirPsychoSexy

@OneManX said:

@rebgav said:

@Dagbiker said:
But the people who havent played CS want iorn sights.
Then they have plenty of other games to play. I don't understand why people would want to see yet another franchise homogenized to appeal to the lowest common denominator. Let CS be CS, at least then you'll have another multiplayer shooter option on consoles rather than another CoD-like.

Really?

Like Really?

No one is saying add in perks, killstreaks, choppers, tanks, etc. It's just Iron-sights. Does that really "ruin" CS in any real way. Also as kinda stated earlier, why not make CS:Go for people who never played CS? All the vets are gonna be on CS1.6 or CS:S.

Adding Iron sights would completely change the fundamentals of how CS plays. It would be a new game entirely.

Can't believe how long it took for someone to finally state this. Iron sights is a design choice, not merely a preference. In CS there is no 'hip' fire as such just one mode. You are always ready to shoot dudes, the thing you change is technique not right clicking to look down iron sights. If there was iron sights then you'd have to make other changes like when zoomed in you move slower etc. When will people realise CS is a niche and polished shooter that needs to keep its core to be successful.

There was a similar article not too long ago on why Halo doesn't have iron sights, and this is pretty much the reason why. Adding iron sights would change the whole game, it would slow the pace down making it not the game the fans know, and it would lose something that made it special.

Honestly, is the any need to add iron sights? if you can't play games without it, than adapt to playing a new/different type of game, or carry on playing whatever you are comfortable with.

#6 Edited by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

The shooting in Gears 3 is allot better, the guns sound and feel meatier and pack allot more punch, whereas in UC3 it sounds and feels like you're firing a peashooter, don't get me wrong UC3 is a good game, but I won't say the actual shooting is its strongest part, its by far the weakest, the core shooting in itself is pretty average at best.

But in the end, they're both different games in terms of game play, all because they have a cover mechanic doesn't mean they're the same.

#7 Posted by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

@PARKSLang said:

@Bawlsz said:

I use no companions too much hassle, no horses either, they don't have the same flexibility of movement going up mountains and I find them cumbersome to use, also they don't really run that fast, I just keep with the steed perk and have this dragon mask that does +20 for weight carrying.

I disagree, I find horses are the best way to get up any mountain, very wonky/glitchy horse physics. hell jump enough times and the horse will glide up the mounatin side

I personally find them too large and get stuck in crowded areas, and I don't really like getting on and off the horse every time I want to kill an enemy, not really good for combat, also you can jump and glide up mountains without horses, I reckon Skyrim's jumping/climbing physics is wonky/glitchy overall which is cool.

#8 Edited by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

Yeah they can die, but I don't keep them around, I prefer going solo, however I would've kept a companion if you had a more easier way to control them, like in Fallout New Vegas, the companion wheel was a nice way to easily change tactics, weapon style, how close they are etc... and they where allot more useful and smarter in Fallout New Vegas, I don't understand why they chose not have the companion wheel in Skyrim, it was a pretty quick good simple system of controlling your companion.

#9 Posted by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

I say pity the women, it must be sad living with ignorance and hate.

#10 Edited by Bawlsz (84 posts) -

I use no companions too much hassle, no horses either, they don't have the same flexibility of movement going up mountains and I find them cumbersome to use, also they don't really run that fast, I just keep with the steed perk and have this dragon mask that does +20 for weight carrying.