Are you horrible at first-person shooters? Do your friends call you "butter foot" and other unsettling in-game terms when you play online? There may be help for you thanks to FPS Trainer, an online service that combines an AI-controlled coaching technology and advice from "world class players" to teach players the fundamentals of first-person action games.
According to Play2Improve, fewer than 40 percent of players choose to play online because they are "intimidated by the ferocious talent and skill shown by some of the most dedicated players." FPS Trainer offers gamers the chance to learn the basics of playing FPS games online and teach more experienced players some secret techniques to bring their online play to a higher level.
Designed and developed by Dundee, Scotland-based Play2Improve, FPS Trainer been designed to teach players how to play 'First Person Shooter' (FPS) videogames online against other players. The FPS Trainer is also supported by professional players such as Paul 'astz!' McGarrity, a world champion gamer who has won professional gaming tournaments all over the world.
FPS Trainer will debut at a public preview in Edinburgh's HMV Gamerbase (129/130 Princes Street).
For more information and to sign up for the service, check out www.fpstrainer.com. It is free to use.