To have a little AA for wiimote and decent portion of AA for DA
non for both? I don't see the problem. All I hear from biased people is (take it off wiimote) or (take it off DA) when in truth the mote needs a little regardless of settings and DA needs it (fact).
Multi controller players can agree and testify to this. All this jazz about (the mote doesn't need it) or (DA doesn't need it) is all noise. Let's just hope it goes back to how it was at launch which was FINE.
There will always be those who think Wiimote needs aim assist. While I don't think it needs it, I do understand some want it. This is why 3A put it in there and fuddles with it. Given that fact and the fact that I think we all believe DA needs some AA...then I think you're right. I would say add a little to Wiimote and take a little off DA. That would make me happy.
And what I understand is that AA is only temporarily gone. Once they add it back in, I would think it'd be like it was at launch.
Da aa is fine now. It doesnt need anything done to it.
My only gripe is when I use the gamepad, it's a tinge too strong and when it snaps onto a target it does follow them. I don't think any controller should do that. Hence my "take a bit off" statement.
AA will always exist for both. Might as well make them as equal as possible.
I've used the gamepad and never felt a snap, ever. Tugyes, but snap. Never.
there is a snap there but in ghosts idk ...
No snap on in ghosts. Only a very weak tug.
Stop being close minded. It is weak, maybe not VERY but it is weak. It is VERY weak compared to BO2, but it's FAIR that way! No controller should have that much AA as BO2 did. People depended on it too much.