Should you just turn motion controls off? What's the best Joy-Con configuration to use? Does it feel right in portable mode? The Nintendo Switch has SO MANY OPTIONS!
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0:54. "I don't know why…" Because twin-stick players "aim" horizontally by moving the character instead of actually aiming. This game has so much more verticality than most shooters. On most shooters, you're most of the time aiming horizontally, which can be done with the left stick. About vertical aiming… It is so rare that you usually don't notice it, OR the game has a severe aim-assist on the vertical axis. Splatoon is a shooter with verticality, and that precision is so hard to get with only sticks
Btw, I play with split joy cons. It feels more natural, as if I was handing a gun. But I use the grip when I want to use an Inkbrush, because that's the only way to achieve max swing speed with the joy cons
In handheld NO JUST NO imagine having to move your head just to look around
Also when I first started playing the splatoon 2 tutorial I thought my right stick was turned off so I splat-bombed the baloons :X
Really old video, but I gotta say. Splatoon 1 & 2 spoiled me, I have severe trouble trying to play a shooter that *doesn't* have motion controls for controllers. (Also, the Joycon Grip works great and is the best way to play imo! No clue what in the world you're doing with your hands here.)
Motions COntrols 4 splatoon 2?
Definitely, unless you playing the game casualty you don't need it.
If you are going for competition, you will be handicapping yourself big time, as well have an hard time get past B ranks, I will respect you if you even get to A without using them... but good luck getting any higher than that.
this guy is promising me that if i spend n hour of my time ill get used to the crapy motion cmotrols wich are halfway developed it seems .
I dont get why your videos start on a negative and slowly but surely your back on your knees sucking the japanese dick .
Nintendo channels are the worst when it comes to that , no argument there
I’m sorry but I completely disagree. I’ve tried for hours using the motion controls and it just did not feel good at all. Really it just comes down to personal preference on how you want to play. So to say that there is a best way or anything is really just your preference. I prefer normal controls and I actually do better with them.
For me, the opposite is true. Motion controls are more fluid then analog controls, but when I bought Splatoon 2 and tried the Motion Controls, I immediately had buyers remorse, dispite being a fan of the series. I got used to them after a good while, but I always felt like I wasn't playing as good as I knew I could have.
I got the Pro Controller shortly after for the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, and the motion controls were a bit better, but still not all that great.
Then I was exploring the menu and saw that you could turn off the motion controls. I turned them off and at first I had to readjust to traditional controls, but afterwards I never turned motion controls on again. Analog controls aren't fluid like Mouse and Keyboard or Motion controls are, but at least for myself, it felt more natural.
When I had to use the motion controls, I really didn't feel like playing Splatoon 2 all that much, but once I learned that I could turn them off, Splatoon 2 became the most replayed game so far in my library.
I started off playing with stick controls back in splatoon 1 because I didn't have the game and my friend started me of playing with her in the battle dojo for us splatoon 1 kids that understand what I'm talking about, and I had to use stick controls because the stupid wii u pro controller didn't have motion controls. But, later when I was over at her house, the sandcastles vs snowman splatfest was going on, and we took turns playing splatfest battles online, and as soon as I started using the motion controls, the entire thing just clicked for me. I now can only use motion controls and look down from my x rank position at the plebs using stick controls.
i played with the motion controls for the first few days of playing the game, but once I realized you could switch them I did. I like playing the game upside down in my bed so the motion controls are really weird when I do that.
Here's how I play Splatoon 2:
•Wireless Pro controller
•Console in tabletop mode
•Those longer ranged dulies (whatever they were called)
•And motion controls
I don't think you should judge people who prefer stick controls though.
Honestly... I don't use motion controls only because I just don't like to move my arms so much when playing games, I am already so used to playing without them, and I always do very well without motion controls. I don't like when people tell me I'm retarded just because I don't use motion controls. Everyone has a preference.
Sorry that tons of people insult players who use sticks. This is coming from someone with hundreds of hours in the game and who's never used anything but motion controls. If you're that used to playing sticks, that's up to you. That said, if you're aiming to be the best of the best then motion controls are the only way to go. If you check out ThatSRB2Dude's video about it he does a pretty good job explaining the key differences
I must be in the minority. I like playing with dual sticks and no motion. I usually score the best out of my team, or at worst second place. I've tried both play styles, and I found the motion controls super inaccurate. I died far more often with the motion controls, mainly because I felt like I couldn't defend myself. I could paint just fine, but I couldn't get an accurate aim on anyone, was constantly dying, and therefore scored badly. As far as controllers go, I use the joycons attached to the system for handheld, and use the pro controller when docked. I actually prefer motion controls on the first game, but on the second one they improved the analog controls to the point where they are actually quite good.
I really don't like motion controls, i would rather just not play the game all together. The joysticks are very small which makes shooters difficult to be precise. I found it much, much easier to use the joy cons in the controller add-on thingy (hunk of plastic) than have it portable style with the joy con's on the side game boy style.
If someone wants to use sticks, let them. If they want to use motion controls, let them. I don't understand why there is always a slight argument over which control is better. It's up to the person playing the game.
My preference is the Pro Controller with motion controls and the sensitivity of everything maxed out. I don't like the split Joy-Con. In fact, I prefer the Joy-Con in a grip much closer to the Pro Controller than the split Joy-Con because turning with only my right hand is hard and hurts my wrist, and for me, it's difficult to use them right control stick while I'm turning my right hand. Turning the Pro Controller or Joy-Con grip with both hands is easier and more comfortable and I'm more able to use the right control stick to aim at the same time.
Handheld mode is probably last for me, because I don't like moving the screen while aiming. I rather play in tabletop mode than in handheld if I can help it.
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