Find a way to avoid sickness

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exorio

FNG / Fresh Meat
Oct 22, 2010
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you're one of the person who can't stand playing FPS too long.

Some of my friends has this symptoms. It's a minor epilepsi some of them said. You can't cure em, but definitely take a break when you started to get dizzy or nauseus.

Some solutions including third person view, so the player can focus on the player model instead.

I've been playing FPS games since Wolfenstein so this kind of game never been a problem for me.
 

kache

FNG / Fresh Meat
May 14, 2010
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you're one of the person who can't stand playing FPS too long.

Some of my friends has this symptoms. It's a minor epilepsi some of them said. You can't cure em, but definitely take a break when you started to get dizzy or nauseus.

Some solutions including third person view, so the player can focus on the player model instead.

I've been playing FPS games since Wolfenstein so this kind of game never been a problem for me.

For me neither, otherwise I wouldn't love Killing Floor (and a lot of other fps) so much...
This is the second game to give me sickness, though (the first one was half life, which I wasn't able to finish).
 

exorio

FNG / Fresh Meat
Oct 22, 2010
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so you played KF too... weird.

probably because of huge ball constantly rolling in front of you?
 

Zetsumei

FNG / Fresh Meat
Nov 22, 2005
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Try increasing the fov of the game by typing in fov 110 or something like that in the console. Look if the weapon bobbing can be turned off in the configuration files that usually helps as well.