I wouldn't want any zombies in there but MW2 or 3 would very welcome. I hated the whole zombie thing. Even when they did it with Red Dead Redemption. It was a great game and then they throw that trash at it.
@ILickPandas well I disagree on that since psp and psp go worked fine with shooters only problem was the controls. now that the ps vita has 2 analog sticks the controls will be better shooters and action games witch was also a control problem with some games in the psp will be better with the ps vita.
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Well Shooting games in general is gonna be bad on the Vita. Smaller screen size will have everyone focusing too much. Way more motion sickness vs ps3.
I've played plenty FPS on handhelds in the past and they've all looked fine, from coded arms on the PSP to Metroid on the DS, 'motion sickness' was never an issue, and everything was always quite clear / easy to see. Screen size isn't really an issue because whilst it's smaller, you're likely to be holding it a whole lot closer to you.
That said if you already get motion sickness from console video games, handhelds in general might be a bad idea.
yeah, definitely gotta disagree on the motion sickness due to the size of the screen. Trust me when I say, you're more likely to get motion sickness on a BIG screen. I play COD on a 110" screen (projector setup). Trust me, it was dizzying for the first few days. I can play on anything smaller. But if I play for a while on a smaller screen and then go back to my projector, it takes some adjustment.
But eh, everyone's different, so take this with a grain of salt.
For some reason its only for first persons. Most of my friends get it also. Like a week ago couple buds n me were playing mw3, he was just spewing food out.
Well I can clarify that this definitely isn't the normal reaction.
My clan has 200 or so members, and I only know a couple of them who actually suffer from 'motion sickness' induced through video games. I really can't see it being a major issue.