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The following citations don't speak to starting slow, but they confirm that speed and accuracy increase with practise. It is interesting that with practice, [...] limb trajectories get faster and more asymmetric (Elliott, Chua, Pollock, & Lyons, 1995; Khan & Franks, 2000). Elliott, D., Hansen, S., Grierson, L.E.M., Lyons, J., Bennett, S.J., Hayes, ...


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It would be helpful if you could post a short video to show the effect. I can speculate that you may have turned on the Cinematic camera somehow. Check in your Controls settings which key toggles Cinematic camera. If it is not assigned, you can assign and unused key. Then return to game and press the key.


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The issue in question was only able to be reproduced while I was using a Radeon 5750 (it's worth noting that back when I originally bought the game I had an Nvidia card of that era, which worked fine). When I upgraded to a GTX1060 the issue disappeared, so this appears to have been an issue related to incompatibility with either the graphics card itself, ...


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Can't speak much to FPS games, but I can speak to Super Smash Bros. One of the most useful ways to get a grip on the game controls and learn how to attack with intent instead of button mashing is to play the training mode in slow motion. It allows you to learn the timing of the moves, and it gives you time to think which move to use when. Me and a friend ...


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I personally use this method, for example... COD has a sliding scale for movement speed. I started at 4 to nail headshots, now I got them easily at 8 and 9. If you are looking for more professional proud, look at martial arts... Using katas to develop form and muscle control build a foundation for spring or combat (I have practiced for many years and taught ...


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