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'De Blob' Developer Urges Caution To Wii 'MotionPlus' Developers

MTV Multiplayer's Patrick Klepek reports:

"After Nintendo unveiled their MotionPlus add-on for the Wiimote at E3, rumors suggested several companies were upset they weren't tipped off about the device.

MotionPlus finally will allow for 1:1 motion control, a criticism leveled at the Wiimote since its release.

Nick Hagger, the producer of Wii's "de Blob," however, told me MotionPlus could lead to unneeded complexity to motion controls."

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funkysolo4070d ago

Also, when is nintendo going to release a wireless nunchuck and wiimote.

ChickeyCantor4069d ago

wireless Wiimote?
What kind of wiimote do you have XD

RealityCheck4069d ago

@1.1, he is talking about a wireless Nunchuck from Nintendo (so no cables between the Wiimote and Nunchuck).

ChickeyCantor4069d ago

Yeah i know that, but the Wii-mote is already wireless.
I really don't see why you want it wireless, It will need 2 more batteries

chanmasta4069d ago

... "What kind of wiimote do you have?"

LMAO!!! xD

I really don't mind the wire connecting the Nunchuk to the Wiimote, it's not in my way so it doesn't bother me.

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Allowen4069d ago

If you want the best version of a wireless nunchuck you got to buy the model made by NYKO.
The last time I checked Nintendo was trying to stop Nyko from making that wireless device.So if you really want one I guess better buy that one asap.

I dont mind a wired nunchuk since the only Nintendo Wii game that could be played better if the control were wireless is the game Metroid prime 3 and the rest it is works fine enought.