Only reason I didn't get SS(and a few other games) was the mandatory motion controls. If the Wii U didn't have normal controllers for it, and used Wii Motes exclusively I would not have bought one.
If the next zelda game forces Wiimote use I will not buy it either as I refuse to look like some maniac that lost their mind fighting off invisible ghosts.
KwizxxPosted 10/26/2013 10:22:21 AM
Why are there people out there who are afraid that nintendo is going to make this a motion-control only game? They aren't going to force you to use Wiimote when it's not even the main controller of the console. Expect it to play somewhat like windwaker.
I'd like it if they made a WiiU Pro Option, a Gamepad Option, and an exclusive motion control Wiimote Option so that way everyone is happy. Also as much as I dont like motion controls, there are some exceptions. Shooting arrows is so much easier with it.
choco manPosted 10/26/2013 10:23:30 AM
I doubt they'll make Zelda U require a Wii remote when there isn't one included with a Wii U. --- ...l...i...t...t...l...e...m...o...n...e...y...
KirbyFreak101Posted 10/26/2013 10:25:58 AM
They didn't force motion controls on Wind Waker, so most likely they got the message.
halomonkey1_3_5Posted 10/26/2013 11:12:03 AM
I dont care if they have motion controls, just give me the option to use traditional controllers as well. --- Billy Mays: July 20, 1958 - June 28, 2009 The Greatest
-GLICE-Posted 10/26/2013 11:13:41 AM
I dont care if they have motion controls, just give me the option to use traditional controllers as well.
Would not work because the entire game would have to be programmed with motion controllers in mind, so having traditional controls would either be incompatible or the entire game would suffer for it. --- http://www.reactiongifs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/californian.gif I would agree with you but then we would both be wrong.
VyersPosted 10/26/2013 11:15:14 AM
Very rarely do motion controls enhance a preexisting experience. The only exceptions that I can see are ones that had touch controls to begin with (Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree), use them in a completely manageable non-invasive way (Super Mario Galaxy), and shooting games (Metroid Prime 3: Corruption). Zelda w/ motion controls makes for an interesting control style, but not an ideal control style. Zelda was never about full control over one's sword, it was about the adventure bby --- http://www.youtube.com/user/ThankTheBear Subscribe for LPs of Pokemon Snap, The Legend of Zelda, Dragon Warrior, Super Mario Bros. 3, Bionicle, and more~!
MilesTeg420Posted 10/26/2013 11:17:58 AM
It won't have Wii Remote support imo.
Pac12345Posted 10/26/2013 11:18:16 AM
Anyone else feel like reading a bunch of rants from 5 year olds? Like, I'm serious. I feel like visiting a daycare center. LOL.
HayashiTakaraPosted 10/26/2013 11:18:50 AM
Considering that Nintendo isn't trying to push motion controls anymore, but rather the use of the new gamepad, I doubt anyone who doesn't like motion controls, have to worry.