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Sniper Elite III

Xbox One

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Sniper Elite III's open levels and objectives pack in enough variety and stealthy tension to counterbalance its thin story and shaky AI, but skeleton-shattering, long-distance sniper kills are its riveting centerpiece          

Full Review at IGN.com

Versatility Controller V4

Versatility Controller V3

Game Function Inputs Needed

least number of inputs needed to keep a game playable

Single Joystick Users - Inputs Needed

Dual Joystick Users - Inputs Needed

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Accessibility Pros

Accessibility Issues

Allow for Game Difficulty Changes between Missions

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There's Aim Assist but was Either Very Ineffective or Just Didn't Work at All

Only Control Setting is Joystick Sensitivity

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Sniper Elite III is a Third-Person Game that plays like a First-Person Shooter. But, unlike most shooters which consists of massive fire-fights, Sniper Elite III emphasizes stealth with either upclose kills with your silencer or long-ranger sniper kills, under the cover of noise, as not to give away your position, but if you do your sub-machine can get you out of a jam. But you'll also need mines and dynamite to destroy heavy artillery and tanks. Sniper Elite has no more control settings than the average game, with limited customization and a nonfunctioning aim asist. However this doesn't effect the overall acessibility of the game due to the fact it has a very basic combat system.

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Single Joystick Style

Innovative Solutions

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