This is why console FPS' will never reach the level on the PC, auto-aiming FFS.To compensate for the slower targeting of an analog stick the game implements a slight lock-on feature when players look down the barrel of their gun. The targeting reticule moves towards an enemy if its relatively close when the trigger is pulled. This makes zooming incredibly useful and encourages players to move between cover points.
Will run, yeah. BF2 will run on a two year old PC as well, but does it look any good? Hell no.ClassicD said:CoD 2 will run on any PC capable of running CoD, apparently, so the high-spec PC argument doesn't come into it.
I never said it was a console thread, I was just explaining the factor that some people dont have PC's with the graphics card, sound card, accelerator card or whatever else ya need to make a PC FPS look like it should.ClassicD said:And this isn't a console thread, it's just about CoD2, so there's nothing wrong with looking at the pros and cons of each version.
That is exactly the same reason for me too, I can't be bothered to keep a PC specced enough to play the latest games. I'm a console man through and through. I'm also a total donkey when it comes to the keyboard/mouse comboHolio said:Hence why I'll go for the 360 version, I mean I wont have to worry about installing parts or making sure I have Pentium etc to run the thing, I'll buy the game and put it in the console and play.