Great control flawed by stupid glitches.
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Right I was so looking forward to an FPS with decent control. I was a little disappointed with Red Steel in respect that you had to move the cursor so far to the left or right of the screen to turn, but luckily call of duty is perfect in this department.
My main issue with the game is the lagging slowdown and the loss of sound in places. A great example of slowdown is as soon as you start the game, there are loads of people and when it slows down the cursor starts to go crazy! You can not aim straight, this destroys the whole point of having a brilliant control system, another issue with the sound is sometimes when you reload the gun, you cant hear the reload which just makes the presentation of the game bad.
Another thing is probably already mentioned: no multiplayer, or online! I (or WE) WANT BETTER PORTS for wii.
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