Due to the limited number of games that actually require the controller, is the Wii Remote Plus worth buying? Bright Hub helps you determine whether or not the latest Wii Remote is right for you.
Only if you don't have a Move Controller yet ;)
Move Controller... LMAO. PS3 drones have been slamming motion controls from the start, and saying Wii sucks. However, once Sony blatantly copies the Wii remote and nunchuck, suddenly motion controls are cool. Isn't that funny? Nintendo leads the way, while Sony will forever copy Nintendo, because that's what they've always been doing, so why stop now, right?
I didn't cut up motion controls... Just the wii for its lack of good games! sure there's some here and there, but not enough to warrant a purchase. Hell, I'd buy a 360 over that crap.
what are you talking about lack of good games. Wii won 2010. did u see the list. (If u want ill PM u) dude u obviously have no business talking about this subject since u seem preety ignorant of the wii. just a question how many AAA or AA titles does the move have right now. Im not trying to troll im just asking. dont fanboy rage on me.
I'd say it depends on your gaming needs. Big Wii enthusiasts would benefit from it, while gamers who don't play the console all that much are better off skipping the purchase.
Who ask such dumb questions? Obviously if you need it, it is worth buying, and if you don't need it its not.
If you dont have motionplus get it if you dont dont.
if u have a wii yes if not then no
no get a move instead all a wii remote plus does is boost the signal it does give you some extra precision but its still not 1:1.
Thanks a lot. I wasted $50 on a Move and now I can't use it on my Wii! *angryface*
You are an idiot. It doesnt boost the signal. Where did you even get that from? Sony fans.. If one of you had a clue wtf you were talking about for once I'd be shocked
seferoth you really need to stop being such a fanboy wii motion plus does boost the signal, but you also get extra precision as well, but that does not help the wiiremote be tracked in proper 3d, there are many technical sites out there already saying this stop embarasing yourself @sonyngp really?? any person on here would know move is for ps3.....
Oh yes and of course if someone posts it on the internet it must be 100% fact. Moronic fanboys. What it does is add another sensor to the Wii. One more precise with smaller movements especially wrist movement. Boosting the signal.. What ignorance. AS if the signal is hard for the Wii to read from 10 feet away. Too bad you don't have the capabilities to comprehend what you are even saying. BTW all those sites making those claims and you couldnt post just one of them? Silly fanboy cant even admit when you are wrong and just making yourself look even dumber Oh kid little knowledge for you. The camera is in the Wii remote so it is never tracked in 3D. It tracks the sensor bar that sits on your TV. Having never touched a Wii I can see why you'd confuse it with Move and think they work the same but the truth is that with the Wii remote is the camera and the sensor is on your TV while with Move the camera is on your TV and you hold the sensor. Just add it to the list of things you are clueless about
Lol can't escape the ps3 fanboys
Yes because I saw it for 40 bucks on amazon and it cost anout the same as a wiimote. that a good deal to me.
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