It kind of annoyed my that an explosives spelialst lugging a large anti-tank/air asset weapon was forced to used a silenced gun.
Some more variety in terms of scopes/sights would be nice, as well as magazine sizes/upgrades. Bad Company 2 was great apart from a few things, comparative lack of customiseation being the main one.
I like the silencer. Helps me move forward with less detection. You only really fire your rockets at campers and trucks/tanks anyways so that extra stealth to get into position is nice.
Silencer is seemly optional though in bf3:
Explaining the customizations upcoming. ^
Once you get used to it, you can control a fps games just was well with a controler as you can with a mouse and keyboard, in fact in terms of movement, i find it far more comfortable and easier.
Xbox live has, for the most part, way less lag and generally far more stable online play than msot pc games.
On the otherhand for stratagey, simulation and rpg games I would only ever use a pc, as you cant get the pinpoint control and hot-key's needed on a controller.
According to Sood's sources, Microsoft was working on a project that would have allowed PC and Xbox gamers to compete with each other online. This endeavor was reportedly a secret one, and it was undertaken "many many months ago," possibly with the original Xbox rather than the 360. There was only one problem: even "mediocre" PC gamers had little problem mopping the floor with the very best from the console crowd.
Microsoft equipped the console folks with a standard controller and let PC users play with a keyboard and mouse. Combine that with shooters like Gears of War and Unreal, the two games named by Sood's post, and the outcome of this cross-platform experiment is hardly surprising. As PC gamers have known for years, the precision and responsiveness offered by console controllers pales in comparison to the tried and true keyboard and mouse. All the skill in the world is going to have a hard time overcoming a sub-par input device.
You can just aim straighter, faster and tap fire better with a mouse then some controller. If you look at the aim assists in the consoles for bad company 2 it's hilarious. The only reason console noobs think for a second they're better is because gaming companies give them that aim assist to make them think they're good so they'll keep playing.
Man, I wish in a real game the hitbox on a helio was the size of a barn or someone's head was really the size of a car door.
Edited by __Kratos__, 30 August 2011 - 05:42 AM.