I always thought that people who used inverted controls on games have problems and are not right in the head. Then i met my sisters husband and he uses inverted controls on games and that confirmed my thoughts.
>>323088353 I fucked around with Halo 3 one time and did the opposite of what the instructor said in the beginning and it ended up giving me inverted controls. It feels no different once you get used to it
I was inverted all my life, don't know how but it might have been flight sim 95 that started it. At some point I came up against a game which didn't have the option - Splinter Cell on PS2 I think - and I committed to regular control. It took a lot less time to adjust than I expected, like a day or two at most, with the odd but of confusion cropping up for about a month after when going back to other familiar games.
I can do both, but one will work better than the other for me. Often inverted, but not always.
It's literally just about having the right neural pathways.
People seem to forget when they were 10 or whatever and had to get used to new controls. Like I remember having to get used to "strafing" in the 90s to play FPSes, then Keyboard + mouse movement, getting used to just BASIC joystick movement in mario 64, learning to handle joystick + c-buttons for N64 FPSes, dual joysticks to move + aim for everything after that era.
All those times started out being "shitty" at first while your brain built up those neural pathways to make the control feel natural. Your ability to play both modes right now is probably 100x better than it was those first few weeks.
>>323088353 Moving a head involves some form of revolution to go with the rotation. Most fps don't cause the camera to move at all as it changes orientation. So the pictures analogy doesn't make sense. It's more like moving your eyes.
>>323089328 This, I only had a 64 as a kid so I've always used inverted. My friends give me shit when we're playing split-screen because I always have to pause the game to invert Y, and then when I pass the controller they complain that they have to change it back.
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