In this topic, we will post things that annoy us about modern gaming mechanics.
- Needing to press a button to pick up bullets for a weapon I'm already carrying. There's never been a single time in any gaming experience of mine that I've been running around with some gun and thought "I'm glad I only have 50% ammo left, I definitely don't want full ammo". If I walk over ammo for a weapon I have, just let it automatically be added to my inventory.
It's even more maddening when the ammo for said weapon is next to some_other_weapon on the ground that I don't want, that will take it's place in my inventory. For example, if I'm fighting waves of zombies with an M16 with 413 rounds, and I want to pick up another clip to max it out at 500, I will never want to swap it out with the shotgun on the ground next to it with 6 shells in it and no other ammo around.
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Cant ever play fallout and call of duty one after the other, besides other differences, the change in sensitivity is maddening. After a month long kick of fallout, i picked up mw3, and couldnt do anything right- played the entire campaign on vet-which sadly still was an 8 hour affair at best- and jumped in multiplayer. It took 24 hours IN GAME to readjust properly.
TL;DR I want fully adjustable sensitivity.