Mario Galaxy won't require motion controls.
Good, always seemed like an amazing game, but when I played it on my GF's Wii I just didn't care much for the controls, so never got far into it.
Sucks, switch getting inferior version at full price.. What else could the pigeons dream of?
Good, I hated almost any game that forced me to use them. I can’t wait until Metroid 3 comes to switch as well!
Actually metroid 3 on Wii was amazing and I do not particularly like motion controls but Nintendo made it work somehow.
I really couldn’t stand it, I’m sure I’m not the only one. Motion controls, gyroscope aiming and the like need to be optional.
Nice, skipped it because my old wii basically turned j to a virtual console because I wasn't feeling the motion controls back then
The writer of this article is a misleading master. You do need motion controls for docked and table top mode. If you play in handheld mode then you can use the touchscreen, which will be worse. A lot of commenters here seem unable to multitask too.
The in game cursor was moving around in the trailer too. Like if it were using motion of the joycon smh
Bloody great! Now give Skyward Sword the same treatment lol. Sad when the controls ruin the experience.
Skyward's controls were great
I enjoyed skyward sword never had any problems with controls. Some people probably had sensors covered in grease or something rough
I hated them. But then again I'm not fond of motion controls. A huge letdown of a game I never bothered to finish sadly. For me at least.
I was never a fan of motion controls on Wii, but honestly I never had a problem with the Mario Galaxy controls, within half hour I was utterly absorbed by the game. Having said that, I am excited to play Galaxy on my Pro Controller.
This is misleading. It does require motion controls when playing in TV and tabletop mode. You can use the Joycon or you can use the Pro Controller, but in both cases, you will have to use the gyro inputs for star collecting and other stuff like in the original game. It just won't require motion controls when playing on handheld mode, in which case those will be replaced by touch screen options.
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