Can we agree that the Wii style of motion control is bad?

#71GloryChaosPosted 1/28/2013 7:08:04 PM
Icecreamdunwich posted...
Enjoy your lesser version, I'll play the game the way it was intended.


The game was never intended to be played. It came in a sealed box that was clearly designed to prevent you from opening it.

*....there is no longer anyone around to get the reference*
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#72FuzzyJelloPosted 1/28/2013 9:12:22 PM
ADHDguitar posted...
There was nothing inherently wrong with it, just a lot of crappy games that used it poorly.


That. The pointer limitations were tolerable and everything else was just a matter of putting motion in the right place and understanding the sensitivity of the motion in relation to the action on screen.
#73DarthFloatyPosted 1/28/2013 11:12:09 PM
I enjoyed it for the strong majority of games I played. Keep in mind, I only got Wii games that weren't shovel-ware. Maybe 25 - 30 in total, and I fully enjoyed them for all of those. My brother also enjoyed them in all the games he used them in.
#74GencoilPosted 1/29/2013 12:35:43 AM
Muljo Stpho posted...
The new control scheme they came up with for aiming controls seems really awkward and counter-intuitive to people who are stuck in the mindset of the (pretty much standardized now) IR Pointer control scheme. It uses a completely different concept for how aiming ought to work. If you can get over your preconceived notions and embrace the new aiming scheme though, it really does feel quite natural and smooth.

That's the only part of the controls I don't like in Skyward Sword. Why couldn't they just stick to the IR pointer? I understand that the gyro allows you to point outside of the screen and won't disrupt gameplay if something or someone comes between the TV and the remote, but it comes at the cost of accuracy. The pointer somehow feels more floaty and you have to re-center it every now and then.
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#75Waggy17Posted 1/29/2013 7:42:36 AM
DTY3 posted...
^Dont even bother.

He thinks the Wii version of RE4 is ruined because the controls are improved and the game has more difficulty options.
Petty as ****.


What extra difficulty options? Is there another Wii version I'm not aware of? Mine only has normal and professional
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#76DTY3Posted 1/29/2013 7:48:00 AM
Waggy17 posted...
DTY3 posted...
^Dont even bother.

He thinks the Wii version of RE4 is ruined because the controls are improved and the game has more difficulty options.
Petty as ****.


What extra difficulty options? Is there another Wii version I'm not aware of? Mine only has normal and professional


It has some easy modes.
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#77tuznecotePosted 1/29/2013 7:56:12 AM
I love the wii motion controls BUT the games shouldn't of forced them in if they didn't need them. I really wished certain games just used them sparingly even if it was just a title/ option thing and or had a no motion option. Mario Galaxy had a beautiful balance. I can't play a Resident Evil4/5 without them and sports, certain mini games and "light gun" games are amazing with them. They also simplify commands to a great degree and should of been used for more sim tower defence and strategy games.

I really think gaming should kinda stick to the idea but maybe change up the button configuration on the wiimotes. I am please the next Zelda won't be motion dependant though. It was driving me right up the wall. Leave it for bow and arrows for godsake.
#78Petey_MeanisPosted 1/29/2013 8:16:50 AM
From: DTY3 | Posted: 1/29/2013 10:48:00 AM | #076
Waggy17 posted...
DTY3 posted...
^Dont even bother.

He thinks the Wii version of RE4 is ruined because the controls are improved and the game has more difficulty options.
Petty as ****.


What extra difficulty options? Is there another Wii version I'm not aware of? Mine only has normal and professional


It has some easy modes.

only Europe and Japan have easy mode
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#79Waggy17Posted 1/29/2013 10:24:52 AM
Petey_Meanis posted...
From: DTY3 | Posted: 1/29/2013 10:48:00 AM | #076
Waggy17 posted...
DTY3 posted...
^Dont even bother.

He thinks the Wii version of RE4 is ruined because the controls are improved and the game has more difficulty options.
Petty as ****.


What extra difficulty options? Is there another Wii version I'm not aware of? Mine only has normal and professional


It has some easy modes.

only Europe and Japan have easy mode


I was going to say...

That says more about those regions than about Wii users in general.
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