I never in my life rage quit a game until now...

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#51 Edited by Marz (5667 posts) -

I completed the game on hard and didn't really notice the input lag.   I had to pop in my uncharted 2 disc just to get a feel at how different they felt.  I don't feel it was as crippling to the total experience to me as other people make it out to be but there is some input lag.

#52 Posted by McShank (1629 posts) -

@Jimbo said:

I ragequit Killzone 2 for the same reason. I ragequit Uncharted 2 for totally different reasons.

I ragequit killzone 2 for that.. and killzone 1.. and killzone 3.. ALL of them feel the same T-T

#53 Posted by devilzrule27 (1239 posts) -

@McShank: Launch KZ2 and KZ3 feel vastly different.

Also, back on topic, I like he way UC3 feels. Having played through UC2 last month I much prefer the feel of the aiming in UC3. But of course everyone adjusts differently.

#54 Posted by bybeach (4977 posts) -

@McShank said:

@Jimbo said:

I ragequit Killzone 2 for the same reason. I ragequit Uncharted 2 for totally different reasons.

I ragequit killzone 2 for that.. and killzone 1.. and killzone 3.. ALL of them feel the same T-T

I don't mean to keep coming back, but I know what you mean about Killzone 2. It just was so sluggish. But Killzone 3 rocked.....that game felt good all the way through as far as the shooting goes.

#55 Posted by MikkaQ (10334 posts) -

@EndlessObsidian said:

@TheDudeOfGaming: This guy is not using the controller wrong nor does the DS3 "suck". The issue is specifically within Uncharted 3.

Well it is a godawful controller, but other than the controller design meant for midget Japanese schoolchildren I haven't noticed at real issues with in Uncharted. I guess cause it's a single player game the lag isn't as noticeable because it's still pretty easy to get headshots on the enemies. I've noticed it seems bad for me in multiplayer where I need to draw instantly though. I just chalked it up to the game's pace and never really play that mode.

#56 Posted by MiniPato (2747 posts) -

I didn't notice any input lag or anything. I think the shooting is fine for the most part. I think what people are complaining about is that you can't move your reticule as much once you start shooting, like the sensitivity takes a dip.

#57 Posted by Mars (310 posts) -

Alright, after trying to suck it up and finish this game to see the story ... I'm done. Ending on chapter 13. I just don't enjoy the combat in this game at all. I've played through both other UC games, loved the second, but I just can't get into this one. While in many ways this game is a quality product, it is without a doubt my disappointment of the year.

#58 Posted by buzz_killington (3532 posts) -

Not at all. I finished the game without reading any reviews or watching any of the trailer before launch, and I enjoyed every second of it. The aiming only felt right after I messed with the sensitivity for a couple of levels, but then it felt right. Maybe you should try playing on easier difficulties.

#59 Posted by Tacoboy1986 (143 posts) -

I almost rage quit several times myself.

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