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Conduit 2 will support Wii MotionPlus

For those wondering whether or not High Voltage Software was going to include Wii Motion Plus support in Conduit 2, Sega’s latest announcement confirms that they will. “Conduit 2 will use Wii MotionPlus to create the most responsive control system ever, as well as improved edge tracking and transitions to pointer control,” says Sega.

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SpoonyRedMage3026d ago

Nice, looks like they're really trying with this. I'm willing to give them another chance.

CoffeewithChess3026d ago

I'm still waiting for the words, "No more spawn bug."

That's all I need to hear to buy it. I enjoyed the first for what it was, but the multiplayer was extremely buggy.

badz1493026d ago

it's the definitive tracker for the Wii and not embracing 1:1 tracking when the hardware is available is the sign of laziness! I know, not everyone has it but at least make it optional!

CoffeewithChess3026d ago

Same for Nintendo games.
I think Nintendo's Metroid Prime Trilogy was a lazy port, because it didn't update any controls from the original Metroid Prime 3(at least I think).

The original Metroid Prime 3 was released basically 2 full years before Metroid Prime Trilogy, and the controls weren't fully customizable like The Conduit's.

I think Nintendo is attempting to make WM+ more of a standard now, with the Wii bundles included WSR and WM+, but when Nintendo is releasing games like SMG2, S&P2, and as of now, Metroid: Other M, all without WM+ support, why should 3rd parties?

Mahr3026d ago

"but when Nintendo is releasing games like SMG2, S&P2, and as of now, Metroid: Other M, all without WM+ support, why should 3rd parties?"

This is a good point. The only solution I can see would be for Nintendo to release Zangeki no Reginleiv in North America.

SpoonyRedMage3026d ago

The thing is.... not all games need it. The above examples of SMG2, S&P2 and Metroid: Other M definitely don't(although some have suggested SMG2 could do with having it).

For S&P2 at least you only need to the pointer and you don't turn the camera so there's no risk of pointing away from the sensor bar(which it seems a lot of people do). M+ would add nothing to it... correct me if I'm wrong.

Mahr3026d ago

"For S&P2 at least you only need to the pointer and you don't turn the camera so there's no risk of pointing away from the sensor bar"

Ordinarily, I would point out that that's only peripherally(excuse the pun)-related to the issues some people have with edge-tracking, but that would tread suspiciously-close to speaking ill of S&P2, and I would have to ritualistically disembowl myself in order to erase the shame.

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ZoidsRaven3026d ago

But I have a question. Are they going to do something about them [email protected] hackers that F'D up their last game? If I find out that they are doing something about them b!(+hes, day one buy for me. 7_7

Sorry if I seem kinda mad, but I'd like to enjoy a free-for-all without it being played out like this......
http://www.youtube.com/watc...

N4BmpS3026d ago

This game had a lot going for it, it's good to know they're going to tap more into it.

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