The analogue stick on the nunchuck moves Leon while the remote aims weapons and executes attacks. But the controls do so much more than that. They affect the pacing of the game and lend to the creepy ambiance that always works so well in Resident Evil games.
The author writes, "When I found myself cornered in a small room with a chainsaw wielding maniac, my pulse increased, I found it difficult to aim my gun and I became overwhelmed with the urge to run and hide. This is the first game I've played on the Wii where the physical, hands-on nature of the Wii Remote and Nunchuck actually drew me in deeper to the reality of the game."