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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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.
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.
I hated motion controls, because they were always terrible. I always screwed up in game while playing wii or 3ds, so I did not use motion controls for botw on my switch. I thought one day I'd give it a shot, and aiming your bow and using the magneses rune is so much better than I would have ever expected. Now, I need to get splatoon 2 so I can see what everyone is talking about
im actually the opposite of the argument, i really hate the joycon controls. its very hard to navigate the camera with it (in my opinion) and i always end up being splatted bc idk how the fuck to use them. motion controls are the one that works for me
i hate ur opininon. I dont mind the grip or ro,but i HATE motion controls, the first tie i played ith motion controls, it like was like EWWWWW. That was like using a wii ote after 10 years of playing minecraft on your xbox. WHich is i play with motion controls disabled
Honestly, it depends on what you like. I played for around 15 hours in 2 days and still didn't like the controls and could hardly aim. I hardly ever got splats (I know the game is not to get splats), so I switched to regular controls and 9 splats. Few games after that 14! But if you like the motion controls, go ahead as along as you feel like your better (or if wanna be bad).
Splatoon 2 is really leading the way on how 3D games with cameras/ FPS like controls should be played in my opinion. It’s fast and precise. Even better than the long standing mouse control in my opinion. It becomes an extension of your hand. Every time I play a new game where you need to aim a crosshair with your thumb stick I’m in pain. Like.. come on!!
wtf is he talking about? the motion controls are the same left and right as they are up and down... the stick is liter only for broard movement, the motion controls are for actually aiming at something
Motion controls are technically better, that’s why I’m trying to learn them as of this comment. But I’m seeing a lot of people making fun of people who comment that they use sticks. They say things along the lines of “Oh okay, stay like that, so we can beat c minus trash like you multiple times.” Really? Just because you use motion controls doesn’t mean you’re a superior being. If you do that, go find a better hobby than childishly bullying the innocent sticks.
UGH where have I heard this before (thinks back to WoW days), OH right this is key board turning vs mouse turning all over again! UGH, and anyone that says "I do good with keyboard" gets nailed with, "but you could be doing SO MUCH BETTER!" Yeah I am staying out of this one
I find the pro controller to be the best but, only slightly better than the grip. I like everything about the grip excepts for pressing the right stick (when I don't even press that hard) and that it's not tilted in. If I could map the special button to L that would be great but sadly they don't have a way to map. After the grip I prefer the joy-cons attached because I find it's the best for aiming. The joy-cons detached is the worst because I want to move both together but they are attached which makes it hard.
I think some people over exaggerate about the joycons when they're connected. The Joycons really aren't that bad, especially considering what Nintendo has done to the Wii and Wii U standard controllers. I don't mind them that much, but I also have small hands.
The joy-con grip is so easy to get used to, for me anyway.I haven't got a pro controller, so I use the joy con grip and I don't know how other people find it difficult.The pro controller looks better, but the joy con grip isn't that bad.You can still play the game and the motion controls aren't too bad either.So my question is...
why do people find the joy con grip difficult?
Motion controls actually help me a lot. It’s able to help me quickly change the y perspectives. I can see the reason why there’s a lot of hate behind it, it’s a hard thing to get used to. Once you get a hang of it though, it’s really useful.
Someone electing to turn off motion controls completely in Splatoon 2 will almost always be at a disadvantage. A super skilled player who uses the motion controls will outperform a super skilled player who doesn’t use motion controls, every time.
The key is to use both. Use the joystick controls for quickly focusing your view or aim. Then use motion controls to aim extremely precisely.
Im a competitive player who came from other console shooters, when playing the first game I turned off motion without a second thought, but eventually hearing about how good It was and struggling to keep the highest rank I tried to learn motion, after a few hours I was already doing better then my several years of experience with sticks, its way more fluid and it doesn't require much movement, now I can't even go back to sticks as it feels clunky and slow also the camera movements are just ew for me to watch, glad I learned it.
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