some interesting comment from Camping Gaz who really knows everything about q3 movement
actually, speed strafe jumping is what is mostly fucked up in cpma. getting much speed in real+normal+default+classic q3 is actually more skillful
because you have to know the tricks of the trade and those aren't obvious.
in cpma strafing there are no tricks, no specials, it's plain and flat. you can't get much speed out of it, you hardly feel the push and the grain.
it's possible to have exact 125fps physics
with variable fps thru careful implementation of a few calculations.
but the point is i doubt arqon wants the physics to be the ones of 125fps, he wants it his way
now as i said, it's not very relevant to tdm or 1v1 games.
i'm not against cpma cq3 being the mod used in this cpl.
i'm just mentioning that some arguments for it should remain unsaid because they're untrue :).
to be very sketchy, due to how things are implemented in vq3 acceleration is a constant +1ups per frame, that's up to speeds you don't reach in real games like +1600. it's a constant +2 ups per frame at low speeds (first 2 jumps).
In cpma acceleration isn't constant, it starts at 2 and diminishes rapidly under 1 say in 1.5 jumps, then continues going down and down. it's much worse than that even since the maximum acceleration (lower than vq3) is completely unachievable by real people. real people will get an average of 1.5 in the first jump or so, quickly going down to values like 0.5 and ridiculously low acceleration at high speeds (actually none reliable, you can only try achieving something in a straight line).
Why doesn't arqon tell people that?
that's what people whine about when it comes to cpma's cq3 being different, it's much weaker strafing.
this isnt another request to change the movement.