I just thought I'd look to the infinite collective gaming knowledge of the 'Temp for the answer to the following question: Are there any games out there that allow you to switch freely between first-person and third-person views? My fiance is in medical school and she's currently doing a rotation in General Surgery. Many surgeries are now done laparoscopically, which is a technique of operating on someone without having to cut huge holes in their bodies. The surgeon uses two thumbstick/trigger controls, one held in each hand, to control the camera, scalpel and/or laser that will be doing the cutting under the skin through a tiny hole. My fiance's attending physician told her that male surgeons tend to be better at performing laparoscopic surgeries because a lot of them get their hand-eye coordination and spatial reasoning from video games. So my fiance asked me if she could try out some of my games, preferably one that requires her to learn how to use two analog thumbsticks at the same time. She wants to try out Battlefield 3, but I think it might be good to start her off on a game in which she can switch between first- and third-person views because first-person can be a little disorienting for someone who's never done it before. It would be nice to have the option to switch to third-person so she can have a focal point (the character onscreen) if she needs to get her bearings. She's not much of a gamer; the only games she's ever played are UN Squadron on the SNES as a little kid, and more recently New Super Mario Bros. on my DS. I know that in FPS's like Halo and Rage it's first-person all the way except for when you're riding a vehicle. If anyone knows any games where you can freely switch views back and forth, I'd appreciate it. I prefer PS3 titles, but I'll take whatever suggestions you have from other consoles. A perfect example of the type of game I'm looking for is Fallout 3, where you can play the game almost entirely in either view. But I'm also looking for a game that has quick matches so she spends more time in action rather than just exploring. Bonus if the game has an engaging storyline. So I implore you, GBAtemp: Help me turn my fiance into a gamer chick, and in turn make her into a better doctor! You'll be doing me and the rest of humanity a great service!