Holy shit!Z of the Na said:Mass Effect 2.
I was halfway through the suicide mission when I realized I could press "Back" on the Xbox 360 controller to holster my weapon. Not really useful in combat, but it surprised me nonetheless.
Skyrim was a surprise because, to my recollection, the other four didn't have a sprint option.imahobbit4062 said:I'm honestly shocked at the amount of people who have missed the sprint feature in games (why is Skyrim said so much?!). I usually figure out how to sprint the second I have control of the game.
Wait, what? Does this mean I don't have to just sit there and get my face eaten by a banshee? Explain howGennadios said:The really long getting killed by a grapple animation in ME3 singleplayer were apparently quicktime events. I had no idea until I beat the game and played multiplayer.
You can do what!? I had no idea. I also didn't learn until after my first playthrough that you can take some pills to steady your aim in sniper mode. I got completely pissed off during the sniper wolf fights for nothing.Frybird said:That you can actually switch zoom levels of Sniper Rifles in Metal Gear Solid 1 + 2. Explains why i found the weapon to be pretty useless outside of boss encounters.
WHAT?Loop Stricken said:Mass Effect 3 uses Select on the 360 pad to quicksave.