Don’t do it. Not killzone.I'll think about Killzone. Not sure if I want an FPS on console
DO NOT DO IT. IT WILL RUIN YOUR FAITH IN CONSOLE FPS.
As a man who came from pc fps to console fps, take heed.
With your pc gamer tastes of responsiveness and accuracy in fpses, Killzone 2 has the chance to put you into a blind rage, murder your family, mutilate your genitals and eat a panda.
In fact if you continue to play fps on your pc. You may want to Keep it that way. The best titles on ps3 are not Fps.
But after uncharted 2 you won’t be thinking about it anymore.
When the 3rd one comes out, you’ll learn about the joys of TPS local online uncharted glory.
I would suggest resistance 3 over Killzone 2 if you get silly and decide to attempt anything.
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Regarding controls, there was one area of Uncharted where I had to up the sensitivity of the analogue stick so that I could turn fast enough. Dying because I couldn't turn fast enough to face the next enemy wasn't something I experienced before. Upping the sensitivity fixed that though. Even though I had to drop the sensitivy again later in the game, it's not something I will hold against it, as a game has to make due with what it's given.
Killzone wasn't that bad. I enjoyed the second one more than the third. To be honest though, I enjoy FPS way more on Xbox than PS3 purely because of the controller.
Now, have you bought Little Big Planet yet?
In terms of control it is.Killzone wasn't that bad.
I enjoy most fps on xbox but wish that the 360 controller had the analogue sticks of a ps3 remote. Much more accurate with a better dead zone. They just need to concave the tops like the 360. The ps3 remote fails in its size and sad excuses for triggers.I enjoyed the second one more than the third. To be honest though, I enjoy FPS way more on Xbox than PS3 purely because of the controller.
First thing I do on any console game is tweak the sensitivity up a little now.Regarding controls, there was one area of Uncharted where I had to up the sensitivity of the analogue stick so that I could turn fast enough.
Chevron... why u no add me for uncharted 2 co-op?
To do the series justice, you really need to play through 1 and 2.
Nah, they're standalone missions, some of which are from the singleplayer. So let me know when you've finished the single-player, and I'd dig to give them a try.
Maybe let's do a GoW trade in Dec once you've finished some of the current backlog.
Oh, and buy Dark Souls. Seriously.
Not before InFamous. I don't know if I've mentioned this yet, but InFamous.
That's one of the best reasons you can ever get . . . Dammit! Why is November so far away?
Well I've played a couple hours of Uncharted 2 and I see they've "Assassin's Creed" it a bit. And what I mean by that is hints show up much, much faster now. Drake also seems to be able ti jump farther than the first game. The treasures are also easier to find and grenades are more plentiful.
They graphics have definitely gone up a notch or two. I do miss the over saturated look of the first game though. Kinda feels like CoD in TPS form now.
The new chick is a little irritating. It's obvious she was put there just for eye candy and some of the camera shots confirm this. Reporter chick from the first game was definitely better.
Regardless I'm still enjoying it.
What's so irritating about the new girl if I may ask ?
She's voiced by Claudia Black, who may have the sexiest voice in all of history. I know what you mean about Elena though, have a soft spot for her.
Also, by the end of this game you will not believe how much better than the first it is, trust me (and everyone who's ever played the game).
@chevron I honestly don't recall a hint ever coming up. You're right about the jumping though, and while personally i preferred the more grounded look (gives later sections more weight), I did adore the high-saturation of U1.
Chloe is... well... Chloe. I enjoy what she contributes to the story. Gives it a certain layer of cheese at the right moments. But we all have a soft spot for Elaina.
Having a bit of a problem, I forgot my password, so I went on to the PSN site and clicked 'forgot password' but the service seems to be down for weeks now and says 'under maintenance'. Any other way to change my password? Or to create a new PSN account?
I have just finished Uncharted 2. While I don't think it was better than the first(I think they're about on par), it was an amazing experience. I think I have to pre-order Uncharted 3 now...