4) "wiimote has aim lock" - absolutely not, LOL. Like I've always said, we don't need AA except at distance and I mean a long distance. Due to hand sway, this is necessary if you can barely see a guy he is so far away. I want to see in-game online multiplayer video proof of this. If you can't, then stop saying it.
I have experience good aim lock using a wii remote. It only happened when I attached the tracker sight and switched it to the iron sights, I think I was using a lmg (lsat or m27). Maybe I should try the tracker sight's iron sight on other guns as well.
You probably wonder what I was doing using the tracker sight if I'm a wii remote user. Yea, I know, most of the sight attachments aren't easy to use if you use a wii remote, except the reflex (red dot) sight, and maybe the acog. I attached the tracker sight to use it's secondary iron sight, the tracker sight itself is too hard to maneuver with the wii remote. It is very unfair that some of the sight attachments are hard for wii remote users to use them, and the op thinks it's unfair that wii remote users take extra hits to kill. I've never experienced using the sniper class because the sniper guns mostly use scopes.
I assumed that's what it meant and have considered using it as well to tell my friends "Hey, I don't want to party up tonight."
i would feel honored !
Well it's settled then. Everybody listen up. If you see me running the SOLO clan tag it means I'm playing solo. Though you might be able to talk me into joining. I mean I always plan on playing solo and still party up sometimes. But if I run the clan tag then that means I really just want to play solo.