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I just bought Saints Row 2 last night and I'm having the same trouble that I did with Uncharted 2 - camera and aiming. Every time I change the direction that I'm walking, I need to use the right stick to swing the camera around to see where I'm going. Is there a way to make the camera automatically reorient itself? The same goes for aiming a weapon (but perhaps I just need a lot more practice). I've tried inverting the different axes, but I still find that I lose every gun fight as I'm aiming all over the place. Any tips for aiming? Better to invert or not? --BladeBronson (talk) 17:28, April 18, 2010 (UTC)
- My only suggestion for your camera trouble is getting used to turning both sticks at the same time, that's what I usually do. And my suggestion for your weapon aiming troubles is to complete Septic Avenger in the Suburbs, as that gives you a weapon accuracy increase, good luck! Son Of Samedi 13:58, April 29, 2010 (UTC)
- When first playing console games after years of playing on PC, I found it difficult to aim at first: it's just a different skill to learn. I'm considerably better now, but I still prefer a good old mouse and keyboard any day.
- Adjusting the sensitivity may help: if you find yourself moving too fast, slow it down.
- I invert: Because of aircraft controls, and real life controls.
- When I want to lift my nose, I pull backwards on the stick
- When I want to drop my nose, I push forwards on the stick
- To look up, I move my head backwards, so I pull backwards on the stick
- To look down, I move my head forwards, so I push forwards on the stick
- I think that people who push forward to look up are just weird.
- 452, 2015-01-27T22:13:26Z