The game is not only 1st person remember, it's also 3rd person.An analogue stick is just a horrible way to control a first person perspective, I don't care how widely adopted it is. Yes, I have a 360 gamepad for my pc, but it never gets used on anything where a mouse is a far better option.
I actually prefer the PS3 analog sticks to a mouse an keyboard, and even though I don't care for the X360 controller very much, I still use it to play my PC shooters such as Bioshock and Crysis. An analog stick works great for shooters, if you have any skillAn analogue stick is just a horrible way to control a first person perspective, I don't care how widely adopted it is. Yes, I have a 360 gamepad for my pc, but it never gets used on anything where a mouse is a far better option.
For the mods. For the graphics and framerate. For the MOUSE!!!
What's wrong with Rock Band 2?
This game is the best of the stupid games on 2008I'd rent it first as it's about 8 hrs long and you might not find it... satysfying for $60.
And yeh koko-goal, wtf is wrong with Rock Band 2?
are you kidding? right?.....these two games don't deserve even 1 dollerI actually prefer the PS3 analog sticks to a mouse an keyboard, and even though I don't care for the X360 controller very much, I still use it to play my PC shooters such as Bioshock and Crysis. An analog stick works great for shooters, if you have any skill
My recommended PS3 games:
Prince of Persia
Battlefield Bad Company (one of my top FPS games of all time)
Call of Duty 4
Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds
Metal Gear Solid 4
Both Motorstorm games
The Orange Box
Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction and Quest for Booty
Resistance 1 and 2
Killzone 2 (coming soon)
There are plenty more great games on the PS3, but those are some of the best. I have over 55 games on the PS3, so I've experienced most of the games it has to offer, and I love this system
No it doesn't. At all. Why do you think devs are so reluctant to let console players play with PC players in multiplatform releases (ie. orange box)? Because the PC players will destroy people who have to track their view around with an analogue stick. The only game I know to attempt it was UT3, and console players has the option of not allowing keyboard and mouse players....because they knew it would be a frigging slaughter. It takes some times to track a perspective around with analogue sticks and if you overshoot, it takes time to correct. Compare that with a mouse's tracking time of near-instant.An analog stick works great for shooters
AFAIK, from reviews and all, Little Big Planet is awesome. Frankly I dont know much about Rockband 2, however it hits a critic score of 9.1/10 and thats gotta count as something compared to just what one person thinkskoko-goal said:are you kidding? right?.....these two games don't deserve even 1 doller
If you don't like it, fine and we acknowledge it, but no need for more trolling really just don't play it. I enjoy it and it's one of the rare games which carry something new to a stiff current gaming market. And just please don't come up with some text 'learn to play a real instrument' or similar..This game is the best of the stupid games on 2008
Why u like this game?
are you kidding? right?.....these two games don't deserve even 1 doller
For a single player it's not really worth getting, for online multi it's so-so. Just another "one button to kill them all" game I'm afraid.RealOne said:anyone played Lord of the Rings, Conquest that came out recently, how good is it?
I will take the PC version of just about any game if available.Dead Space is a great buy for the ps3
fallout 3 though I prefer it for the pc but to each their own
Played through it on 360. If you could die, it would literally be the most annoying game EVER made. Not being able to is definitely a plus if you've ever played it.How about Prince of Persia? I Liked the graphics in it, but how about its story? I hear you cant die in it, Elika girl saves you all the time, is it worth buying?
Nice.. You got a good enough PC I guess.. Unfortunately, I have a dual core which is pretty lame which couldnt be even compared to a Core 2 Duo if you ask me.Spyhop said:I will take the PC version of just about any game if available.
Mind you, I have the ideal setup for it. My PC connects via long hdmi under my carpet, across the room to my HDTV. My 360 gamepad is wireless. So if it's a game I want to play with my gamepad (ie. Prince of Persia) I'll just ultramon it out to my HDTV, carry my gamepad over and plunk down in my chair and play.
Only reason I have a PS3 is for some games I really wanted to play that weren't released on PC (lame).
Right on. Dead Space also had great reviews for it. They say its one of those games that feels just right. But, I dont think I want to play it just yet. Though I definetely will get it.spike01 said:Dead Space is a great buy for the ps3
fallout 3 though I prefer it for the pc but to each their own
I saw that as a big negative. I want hard games where I have to pay for my mistakes. I'm tired of modern games treating it's players like retards who can't handle a challenge.If you could die, it would literally be the most annoying game EVER made. Not being able to is definitely a plus if you've ever played it.
Because they went with the wrong route completely with the NFS series. It was good until Most Wanted, then no matter what they did afterwards, it would never be the same. If you really really like racing games, you should get Burnout Paradise instead. Note that although both NFS and Burnout come from EA, they are developed by different studios, so there's no reference there.btw, anyone can tell me why exactly Need For Speed Undercover gets such a poor score? Critic Score averages upto 6.5/10 only.. Graphics and all looks soo good though? except for maybe the story? or gameplay?
Devil May Cry 4. You'd regret it for pretty much the rest of your life if you get Uncharted... imo. Uncharted has horrible aim for a shooter game, horrible shooting feel, and if its graphics weren't pretty, it would just suck plainly. It's like Stranglehold with better graphics, basically. And Stranglehold is like... uhhh... those Matrix games that we've been fed over the years. It's a shame, really, because I hoped Uncharted was more like Max Payne, but it got really lame in the end.Heres the deal... i cant decide, I went to buy, but I couldn't make up my mind, Uncharted or Devil May Cry 4? Both these titles seem like they will be great... but which one to choose ... :|