well, the learning curve imo is pretty high. I would suggest just practicing moving around using 2 person multiplayer match. (the second player being noone) This way you can practice moving around. It's not bad. imo, it's actually pretty good. But still a keyboard+mouse killer though. Aiming is a breeze once you 'get' it though. It just takes time to learn. Just moving around will teach you and once you 'get' it, it'll be a breeze. Just remember, it takes time and patience. It's good to play with an open mindBeing a PC FPS man, is RedSteel REALLY as bad as ppl say? I have Battlefield 2 and think the controls are perfect, how much worse are Red Steel's compared to games like this? I'd be happy to learn the new style, but does it take like a minute to properly aim on someone?
Can you elaborate on your experience with Red Steel such as with learning curve of the controls etc?
Compared to Battlefield 2: If you have a high sensitivity you can turn pretty fast. The aiming can be very precise depending on your Wiimote shooting skills. Other than that, it's pretty much a standard FPS