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Does problems arise with no MotionPlus in the nunchuck?

Carl writes:

"Can Ninty add MotionPlus to the nunchuck as well? They wont, or haven't mentioned it at least, but of course, anything can happen until the release of the MotionPlus peripheral next year."

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ChickeyCantor3390d ago

" Can Ninty add MotionPlus to the nunchuck as well? They wont, or haven’t mentioned it at least, but of course, anything can happen until the release of the MotionPlus peripheral next year.
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Thats what I'm wondering.
From what i understand is that the Gyroscopes in combination with the ACC in the Wii-mote can return values of movements.
So still wondering if the same is done with the Nunchuck.

Smacktard3390d ago

I hope it fixes the nunchuk. It has the worst, most piss-poor motion sensing ever.

Cheeseknight283389d ago

I can see it now...

"Introducing our newest peripheral, the Wii MotionPlus addon! Now on sale for $15!

Next year...

"Introducing our latest addon, the MotionPlus Nunchuk! This is a completely new Nunchuk that was redesigned to utilize MotionPlus! Now on sale for $30!

Following 4 months...

"Wish your MotionPlus Chuk was wireless? Now introducing the Wireless MotionPlus Nunchuk! Now on sale for $35!"

Please don't disappoint me Nintendo. I already bought 3 of your bongos a few years back and sorely regretted that soon later... I don't want to cough up this much just for awesome 1:1 control.

nszahran3390d ago

I think the motion plus was a great idea!

Product3390d ago

well the wii remote sends information to nunchuck so its possible that just having the nunchuck connected to the motion plus could in turn increase its performance.

ChickeyCantor3390d ago

Is it not the other way around?
I mean The Wii-mote is the transmitter of data.
Would it not be more logical that he Nunchuck would provide data for the Wii-mote to sent it to the Wii?
...I really hope Nunchuck will have a 1:1 because then i can't wait for a boxing game =(.

Harry1903390d ago

But that is not proper English right there.

'Does Problems'?

LossTheEarthbreaker3389d ago

I would add that the poor grammar is not proper english, either.

Thankfully, you only need to read the headline to get the picture.

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