VeeArSick's forum posts

#1 Posted by VeeArSick (67 posts) -

I've never played Team Fortress 2, however, I didn't care too much for Shadowrun. The game was a little too fast paced and bland. The controls didn't feel very good and the abilities were interesting, to say the least.

I enjoy Halo 3, but I think the game has a lot of glitches/mistakes. Examples: Sticky Grenades going through enemies. 2-3 Sword lunges to kill somebody. The sword not lunging at all. Multiple headshots (3-4) to kill enemies. The list of "poop" that seems to pollute the battlefield on this game is very large. Don't get me wrong, I do enjoy Halo 3, but I could definitely do without all the "poop". :)

I can't say much on CoD, where I haven't played much of that either.

#2 Posted by VeeArSick (67 posts) -

The game looks great, I haven't tried it. So, what makes it the best?

#3 Posted by VeeArSick (67 posts) -

What makes Bad Company 2 the best in your opinion?

#4 Posted by VeeArSick (67 posts) -

I run 720p because most games don't run a native resolution for higher than that, especially on the Xbox 360. That being said, the games generally have better frame rates in 720p opposed to 1080i.

#5 Posted by VeeArSick (67 posts) -

I'd just like to hear different opinions from everybody. Every game has pros and cons, so what makes your favorite the best?

EDIT: This is strictly from a Multi-player (PvP) standpoint.

#7 Posted by VeeArSick (67 posts) -
[QUOTE="roxlimn"][QUOTE="VeeArSick"]I don't like Motion Sensors, I don't like the Wii. In fact, whenever I play the Wii, I'm always playing an old school Mario game with the Classic controller. Why? I don't like motion sensors controlling my gaming. I'm unhappy to hear about project NATAL and Sony (I forgot the name) motion sensing pieces they are coming out with and unsure on how they will change the direction of gaming. I've been gaming since 1990 and sure, I may be old school, but I'm just afraid at the direction this technology is taking us. I am lazy when it comes to gaming, you're darn right. I like to have my rear-end planted in a seat playing the game of my choice via Controller, not through motion sensing technology crap stick. I don't want to be playing a game flailing around in front of the TV like a man that just got tazed by a Police tasor and wet him/her - self due to stress. I want to be on the couch, in the zone, "kicking ass and chewing bubble gum." Anyways, I'd just like to hear your opinions. Do you think I'm a little too worried and should feel confident that I'll be able to sit down and play video games without whipping my arms around or is there concern to be worried?

I think you should be more worried that you're getting mentally old and no longer have the capacity or urge to develop new skillsets. You'll always have games that control classically. The Wii has a fair number of such games, in fact. That said, New Play Control Pikmin is awesome. Every strategy game that comes out on console should use the new hardware.

Hmm. That's odd because I find games developed in this day and age to be much easier to play and much more user friendly than games developed in the past. So, no... I'm not worried about that. I just don't find motion control fun.
#8 Posted by VeeArSick (67 posts) -
I don't like Motion Sensors, I don't like the Wii. In fact, whenever I play the Wii, I'm always playing an old school Mario game with the Classic controller. Why? I don't like motion sensors controlling my gaming. I'm unhappy to hear about project NATAL and Sony (I forgot the name) motion sensing pieces they are coming out with and unsure on how they will change the direction of gaming. I've been gaming since 1990 and sure, I may be old school, but I'm just afraid at the direction this technology is taking us. I am lazy when it comes to gaming, you're darn right. I like to have my rear-end planted in a seat playing the game of my choice via Controller, not through motion sensing technology crap stick. I don't want to be playing a game flailing around in front of the TV like a man that just got tazed by a Police tasor and wet him/her - self due to stress. I want to be on the couch, in the zone, "kicking ass and chewing bubble gum." Anyways, I'd just like to hear your opinions. Do you think I'm a little too worried and should feel confident that I'll be able to sit down and play video games without whipping my arms around or is there concern to be worried?
#9 Posted by VeeArSick (67 posts) -
I enjoyed the whole game. In fact, that was the last Final Fantasy I truly enjoyed.