Originally Posted by nsjong
Also, Ed might've not enjoyed the controls of MP3 due to this:
"The trick to good control in the E3 demo of Corruption is to enable “Expert" sensitivity in the pause menu. This setting allows you to perform all the aiming and turning with small, precise wrist movements, instead of larger movements of your entire arm which are required at the default sensitivity. Because you aren’t moving the remote nearly as much, it won’t drift outside of the sensor bar’s range, so you avoid the weird view-freeze bug and subsequent auto-calibration fix mentioned in my first set of impressions. It’s also just easier and more comfortable to play the game with smaller movements, and you can turn faster to keep up with quick flying enemies."
I asked a Nintendo rep about this one, and tried it. "Expert mode" just jacks the sensitivity up. It makes your moves jittery and the cursor looks like you are on meth. The "auto calibration" sucked hard. So, Expert Mode is the only way to avoid that from happening so much.
I think the game would benefit from variable sensitivity rather than two modes, and having a Left Trigger GRAW style aiming system.