No, it does not.
Hello? Can't anymore say whether swinging in a very specific direction is an exact replica on the screen?
No, it does not.
Isn't that kind of a let down though?Originally Posted by Everlong
I think the predetermined moves are better, it all depends on your style of gameplay.Originally Posted by Shantei
when you swing your remote your sword swings, so to that extent yes.Originally Posted by Shantei
your only in sword fights part of the time, and during that your "locked on" to the target. you dodge and parry with your left hand, your small sword. when you flick left it throws the sword left to parry... so kinda?
special moves require you to throw both hands up and down (then out sometimes) and this is done in game the same, both swords go up then down onto the enemy.
you cant hold your hand up in the air and wave it to make your player hold his sword up and swing it though, no.
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The simple answer to the movement question is NO. The sword will not do whatever you do. It's as if you're using a regular controller and pressing A over and over again...that will bring about the same result as when you swing your controller like a sword. Different combinations of buttons can change what happens with the sword, but again, you will not be able to control the sword as if it's actually in your hand.
You didn't ask about the gun, but with it, you do have a much more realistic feel to it. When you rotate your arm, the arm on the screen rotates and the gun turns whichever way your arm does.
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a swing of your arm in a sertain direction will trigger an on screen swipe in that direction so it's almost as if it is a direct movement. and yes, you block and parry with your left hand weapon. the game is sweet and you should get it. very easy to beat though