You can move the crosshair anywhere on the screen without having the field of view along with it. Bad idea. Because in order to look left or right or up or down, your crosshair first needs to move to the edge of the screen. Then, your field of view moves. Problem is that you get no peripheral vision, and you often overshoot where you want to look, then need to move the crosshair back to the other edge and overshoot again. You'll do this going back and forth a few times in order to look where you'd like just to repeat the messy process whenever you want to change your field of view. I could only stand about 5 minutes of this before I turned it off. Otherwise, the games seemed like it would've been fun.