Originally Posted by Tippy
If Halo 4 came out on PC then it would've seen at least TWICE the sales...
Going by history no it wouldn't. Halo Combat Evolved and Halo 2 did nowhere near the same amount of sales as their console counterparts (unless you can show Halo selling 10 million plus PC copies and Halo 2 selling 16 million plus PC copies).
Unless you mean it means it would have doubled overall sales, which even with that I doubt it would have (PC versions of the aforementioned games didn't sell near as many copies). The Halo following on PC isn't that big. There would certainly be interested parties but having missed Halo 3, Halo ODST, Halo Reach, and Halo Wars, and not likely having the same level of support, I doubt it would have been that popular in comparison.
Originally Posted by TheBlindDeafMute
Still a great game regardless. Quit complaining.
It is a great game. Shame so many are so quick to hate on it just because they cannot play it on their preferred platform of choice. They seem more in love with their hardware than with playing good games. I guess it must suck obsssessing over pixels so much that you cannot enjoy a game.
Edited by Lifeshield - 11/8/12 at 9:34am
While there are some FPS with Aim Assist, the majority of them don't have it, or if they do they have the ability to disable it. Most good players will disable it simply because it is more of a hindrance than a help to any half decent player. Ask anyone who played Perfect Dark Zero, GRAW 2, or Rainbow 6 Vegas on a competitive level.
Being someone who plays on PC with a control pad, I notice it when it is vaguely apparent in a game, probably alot more than those who do not (you would be surprised by how many people don't even realise it's there).
And in regard to any form of aiming assistance, be it aim assist, auto aim, bullet magnetism. There's one thing you have to remember. It's an even playing field. It's not like anyone has some special advantage. So the difference in skill levels can be pretty astounding. Having aim assist when everyone else also has it doesn't mean the difference between gods and newbs. You still need some really good skill to thrive at the top. Of course, some of you would know this if you had played the game properly.