Buy Battlefield 4 now or save up for Titan Fall?

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    Default Buy Battlefield 4 now or save up for Titan Fall?

    I am a PC gamer btw.

    I need a game that will improve my reaction time (Since I play sports casually) and I want to have fun doing it. I am guessing FPS are that type of reaction time training genre.

    So which one should I get in your opinion?

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    playing multiplayer starcraft 2 or dota would probably also help with that.
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    BF4 doesn't rely on reaction time all that much in comparison to other FPS's. If you want an FPS that does, then you'd be better off going for a game like Counter-Strike (Where you also need to aim for the head for any chance of a kill)

    Something that some people find helps them is a site called Aim400kg - It's a reflex/accuracy training flash game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SourChicken View Post
    BF4 doesn't rely on reaction time all that much in comparison to other FPS's. If you want an FPS that does, then you'd be better off going for a game like Counter-Strike (Where you also need to aim for the head for any chance of a kill)

    Something that some people find helps them is a site called Aim400kg - It's a reflex/accuracy training flash game.
    Ah ok thanks for that.

    Is the logitech g100s helpful for RTS and FPS games?

    Ok Aim400kg loads so slow!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SourChicken View Post
    BF4 doesn't rely on reaction time all that much in comparison to other FPS's. If you want an FPS that does, then you'd be better off going for a game like Counter-Strike (Where you also need to aim for the head for any chance of a kill)
    Man I was seriously going to post the same thing. OP wants more of a twitch-arcade FPS like CS, Urban Terror, Unreal Tournament, or Call of Duty. BF4 is a great game but it's definitely quite tactical and campy.

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    Titanfall, in my opinion.
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    Reaction time is still important in BF4.
    It just isn't a twitch based game. Meaning the muscle memory(that won't transfer to sports) isn't as important.

    In my opinion, BF4's gameplay would be much closer to simulating sports training.

    I will also agree with with postrook. RTS and MOBAs are very reliant on not just reaction but proper reaction.

    So...
    If you are wanting to improve your mind's speed, play something more strategic.
    If you want to improve muscle memory (that won't transfer) play a twitch based shooter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FarmerM View Post
    Reaction time is still important in BF4.
    It just isn't a twitch based game. Meaning the muscle memory(that won't transfer to sports) isn't as important.

    In my opinion, BF4's gameplay would be much closer to simulating sports training.

    I will also agree with with postrook. RTS and MOBAs are very reliant on not just reaction but proper reaction.

    So...
    If you are wanting to improve your mind's speed, play something more strategic.
    If you want to improve muscle memory (that won't transfer) play a twitch based shooter.

    So you recommend BF4 then right?

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