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Old 14-01-20, 15:31   #5
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You're going to love one of the later areas.

The problem I've always thought is mainly due to camera. If you learn how to line LC up correctly you get minimal rope jump failures including rope to rope ones. I also believe that using the analogue stick for directional movement etc may be another contributing factor to the problems some players have.

The thing is when she jumps from one rope to the other the camera usually shifts clockwise. Similar thing when adjusting her position on the rope ('seated' position) or when in full swing. That shift in camera position is disconcerting and may lead you to think you need too and even actually input additional directional correction when that is not needed.
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