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it just takes a long ass time to get used to. just play a LOT. and good mice definitely help.
Just to be mean. You SUCK at pc FPS
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Dont worry, its always like that at first, all you need is practice. And try less hardcore games till you're ready. The first time I shifted from Call of Duty to BFBC2, Well, it was rape for me. XD

Also, I have a pretty Generic A4Tech Keyboard and A4Tech Mouse, which shows I dont have an Advantage yet after awhile, I got used to the controls and stuff, and pretty much kept hitting Top 3 after that. Especially BFBC2 Vietnam, You should really try that.
   
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Sharp, you compensate by reducing sensitivity. DPI (hardware sensitivity) =/= mouse acceleration (software sensitivity). Increasing ingame sensitivity will make your mouse skip pixels. Increasing DPI and decreasing ingame sensitivity eliminates that problem. I play at 5700 DPI if the game allows me to reduce sensitivity enough (some don't).
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And try less hardcore games till you're ready.
You can only get better by playing a better opponent. You don't get better by playing noobs, this thread is proof of that.
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Yeah, you also don't have fun if you play hardcore all the time while you're no good at it. Sure, it's generally a good idea to play in a challenging atmosphere, but if you're behind everyone else to the degree that you have no idea what's going on, you're in too deep.
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Originally Posted by [nK]Sharp View Post
How would having a higher dpi setting help at all. If I have mine set to max (like 6k or something) how would that even help, I would be doing 720's by moving my mouse just slightly.
B!0HaZard answered this pretty well a few posts ago.

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Hardcore trains your reflexes and instinct, while standard is more about keeping your aim on the guy and you get more chances to fight back.
I disagree completely. HC mode is for noobs who can not aim. It rewards inaccuracy by increasing bullet damage.

HC mode is the worst thing you can play for practice, as you'll never improve accuracy and you'll end up with bad habits that work against you ever getting good at the game.

A good HC player is no better then an average standard mode player (and that is being nice). A good standard mode player will annihilate HC only players when playing HC mode
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I disagree completely. HC mode is for noobs who can not aim. It rewards inaccuracy by increasing bullet damage.

HC mode is the worst thing you can play for practice, as you'll never improve accuracy and you'll end up with bad habits that work against you ever getting good at the game.

A good HC player is no better then an average standard mode player (and that is being nice). A good standard mode player will annihilate HC only players when playing HC mode
Now is the time for a "BRING IT ON", right?

Well, I see what you mean (and I, too, find standard harder than HC), but I was focused on the reflexes not the rest of HC (buncha camping wankers! ). You obviously shouldn't do like me and get a nasty habit of only firing 2 shots at an enemy.

One thing it has learned me, is to play OIC in Black Ops. I rule that mode. By playing HC where one bullet kills, I've learned to get that one bullet right. Hell, when I play that mode I do some crazy shizzle moves by instinct. Maybe it's something I've carried over from my RL practice with guns (I often make instinct shots IRL too, although not as huge movements ).
Edited by B!0HaZard - 2/13/11 at 6:24pm
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Originally Posted by Remix65 View Post

enjoy the game:
FAIR PLAY, NO CHEATING. DONT INSULT OTHER PLAYERS. even as a pro understand there will always be noobs and learn to play with noobs. dont smash your monitor coz a noob just stepped infront of you and made you blow yourself with the grenade launcher lol.

i hated it when pros all wanted to be in the same stacked teams against noobs. what's the fun in that?die for the team if that's what's gonna take for your team to go ahead if your team needs that extra second.
that happened to me yesterday... and i almost did loose my monitor

its a challenge to the new guyz when a team is stacked, gives them practice so they know what they could be up against in the future, cant get better at the game till you verse the best at it...

COLOURFULLLLLLl

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You can only get better by playing a better opponent. You don't get better by playing noobs, this thread is proof of that.
ha see he knows what im talkin about lolz
Edited by zoodecks - 2/13/11 at 7:12pm
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Now is the time for a "BRING IT ON", right?

Well, I see what you mean (and I, too, find standard harder than HC), but I was focused on the reflexes not the rest of HC (buncha camping wankers! ). You obviously shouldn't do like me and get a nasty habit of only firing 2 shots at an enemy.

One thing it has learned me, is to play OIC in Black Ops. I rule that mode. By playing HC where one bullet kills, I've learned to get that one bullet right. Hell, when I play that mode I do some crazy shizzle moves by instinct. Maybe it's something I've carried over from my RL practice with guns (I often make instinct shots IRL too, although not as huge movements ).
nah i agree with un-nerfer HC is easier than normal and way more noobish, however its not the weapons that have increased damage its the player with less health
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Blame it on your ISP.

That's my excuse (and it's a legitimate one). I can't get a ping under 100ms, and it absolutely destroys me.
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