Dead Island: Motion Sickness

No, it's not the new DLC, it's what's been happening to me while I play.  For some reason I seem to feel nauseous when playing Dead Island... as anyone else encountered this?

 

I'm not sure if it's because of animations, or the constant searching of bags in the introduction, but I got a headache and felt so sick I had to turn it off!

 

Please tell me it's just me? 

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:

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hey steveo!

i put it down to you being "drunk" in that part. it got better once past that.

though is you make them sprint the screen goes kinda funny after a while or if again you get them drunk then it happens again. the screen blurs and it made me sick.

Cant say its a probelm I have been having myself.

I get nauseous when playing Assassin's Creed Brotherhood on PS3. For that game I put it down to the fast movement and screen-tearing problems coupled with crappy framerates. It's not a feeling I usually get with games. It's like a ton of colours are just shooting past the screen in a really jarring manner, if you get me.

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Does Dead Island on 360 have performance issues or lots of running about?

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Does Dead Island on 360 have performance issues or lots of running about?

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i've had a few issues with screen splitting (not the term i am looking for but with holiday brain still working at work i can't think for the life of me what i mean....)

the sensitivity (sp) is also a lot higher then i normally like mine so that may be my problem.

I remember another forum user complaining of the same thing, it might of been VoteDC, the only problem for me is that i struggle to judge the distance to the zombies

It used to happen all the time to me. Modern Warfare, the beginning on the ship. Running around in the dark on Condemned. Even just playing through the Halo 3 campaign.

I've never experienced these issues before playing a game.  It was so bad I actually had to take two ibuprofen and go to bed.  I know that sounds ridiculous but the room was literally spinning.

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I remember another forum user complaining of the same thing, it might of been VoteDC, the only problem for me is that i struggle to judge the distance to the zombies

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oh ditto to that.. plus i am having problems with me hitting a zombie to the gound and then the same zombie suddenly being on me, it's disapeared from the ground and is choking me.

 

also theres issues with walking through things or things disappearing

I used to feel very sick when i first started playing Oblivion, it was quite annoying really because after a short amount of time i just had to stop playing.  It doesn't happen to me now though, and hasn't happened to me on any other games.

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Here is an article that might be worth reading: http://xbox.about.com/od/buyersguide/a/vgmosick.htm

Timeshift is the only game to give me this, it's horrible i was sick as a dog.

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