I think you make a great point abt fitting games. There is a real steep learning curve which can make it difficult for noobies as they just don't stand a chance against vets which often times can make it both frustrating and also not a lot of fun.I feel that fighting games can get too technical, making it hard for noobies to have a chance at competing. And with the popularity of FPS titles, competition is usually fierce there too.
Agreed. It's highly discouraging for beginners to play with experienced payers when it comes to fighting games and at the same time to also gets very boring for the better player. This also applies to many other genres like FPS as you've mentioned, but you're right it is especially true for this particular genre.I feel that fighting games can get too technical, making it hard for noobies to have a chance at competing. And with the popularity of FPS titles, competition is usually fierce there too.
Meanwhile. Resident Evil 4 might be the only game I've ever picked up mid-game and started basically owning it. A long time ago, a friend had the game and couldn't beat this one giant thing in a cave and handed me the controller. Next thing I knew, I was helping him beat the game. It's the only time I ever played it so vehemently. The irony is that I'm not all that great at any of the other resident evil games; I keep dying quite alot at them. Then again, on those I generally am playing them alone at night in the dark.I admit to being completely terrible at Resident Evil 4. My sister and I bought that game together and could only play for 5 minutes without getting killed, which is why I like having cheat codes. With cheat codes I can still enjoy games that I wouldn't be able to otherwise.