Man, I am awful with Wiimote :(

#1DinglesteedPosted 2/11/2013 6:43:29 PM
Been playing a bit using it and trying to change my settings to make it manageable. It seems I either get the movement too fast or too slow and when I get in a firefight I just kinda lose all control of my character lol.

Anybody have tips/settings they use? I like it to turn the camera at a decent speed but nothing ridiculously crazy.
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#2eureka13Posted 2/11/2013 6:58:46 PM
I suck at remembering sites :/ The offical Blops 2 site for wii u has a good guide to explaining the wii mote settings. curser speed high and camera speed low or vice versa, depending on your style. Dead zones, try them small, like around 5-15, play with it a bit in a local game with bots. Change settings as needed.

If you find the site (or someone more computer savy than myself posts the link for you) the wiimote settings guide is stickied.

Im tapping on my dsi, it sucks, sorry I cant help more.
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#3kuragari1anonlyPosted 2/11/2013 7:07:21 PM(edited)
http://community.callofduty.com/message/414049917#414049917

What #002 is talking about
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#4HardkodePosted 2/11/2013 7:35:18 PM
Dinglesteed posted...
Been playing a bit using it and trying to change my settings to make it manageable. It seems I either get the movement too fast or too slow and when I get in a firefight I just kinda lose all control of my character lol.

Anybody have tips/settings they use? I like it to turn the camera at a decent speed but nothing ridiculously crazy.


First off, read the guide on the official forums:
http://community.callofduty.com/community/call_of_duty/english/black_ops_2/forums/spaces/wii-u

Second, if you feel you're losing control there are likely two settings you should start with:
- select the "Intermediate" preset
- make your dead zones a small box
- lower Camera Sensitivity to 8

By using a small box for the dead zone you'll get no camera movement when you're pointing dead center. But if you make the dead zone any bigger you won't have enough control without making wild motions.

A low value for camera sensitivity is going to make the camera feel nice and stable. As you get comfortable with you'll be able to tolerate a higher and higher value (up to a point).

The higher you move your Camera Speed setting the lower you need to set your Camera Sensitivity.

Still not happy? Try lowering Camera Speed. Higher settings of camera speed mean you need to have your hand LESS to move the reticle between the left and right edge of the TV.
#5Dinglesteed(Topic Creator)Posted 2/12/2013 7:26:07 AM
Hardkode posted...
Dinglesteed posted...
Been playing a bit using it and trying to change my settings to make it manageable. It seems I either get the movement too fast or too slow and when I get in a firefight I just kinda lose all control of my character lol.

Anybody have tips/settings they use? I like it to turn the camera at a decent speed but nothing ridiculously crazy.


First off, read the guide on the official forums:
http://community.callofduty.com/community/call_of_duty/english/black_ops_2/forums/spaces/wii-u

Second, if you feel you're losing control there are likely two settings you should start with:
- select the "Intermediate" preset
- make your dead zones a small box
- lower Camera Sensitivity to 8

By using a small box for the dead zone you'll get no camera movement when you're pointing dead center. But if you make the dead zone any bigger you won't have enough control without making wild motions.

A low value for camera sensitivity is going to make the camera feel nice and stable. As you get comfortable with you'll be able to tolerate a higher and higher value (up to a point).

The higher you move your Camera Speed setting the lower you need to set your Camera Sensitivity.

Still not happy? Try lowering Camera Speed. Higher settings of camera speed mean you need to have your hand LESS to move the reticle between the left and right edge of the TV.


Thanks a lot. I'll give that a try when I get home. My Tac is ready to pop some heads.
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#6Dinglesteed(Topic Creator)Posted 2/13/2013 1:28:59 PM
Hardkode posted...
Dinglesteed posted...
Been playing a bit using it and trying to change my settings to make it manageable. It seems I either get the movement too fast or too slow and when I get in a firefight I just kinda lose all control of my character lol.

Anybody have tips/settings they use? I like it to turn the camera at a decent speed but nothing ridiculously crazy.


First off, read the guide on the official forums:
http://community.callofduty.com/community/call_of_duty/english/black_ops_2/forums/spaces/wii-u

Second, if you feel you're losing control there are likely two settings you should start with:
- select the "Intermediate" preset
- make your dead zones a small box
- lower Camera Sensitivity to 8

By using a small box for the dead zone you'll get no camera movement when you're pointing dead center. But if you make the dead zone any bigger you won't have enough control without making wild motions.

A low value for camera sensitivity is going to make the camera feel nice and stable. As you get comfortable with you'll be able to tolerate a higher and higher value (up to a point).

The higher you move your Camera Speed setting the lower you need to set your Camera Sensitivity.

Still not happy? Try lowering Camera Speed. Higher settings of camera speed mean you need to have your hand LESS to move the reticle between the left and right edge of the TV.


Those tips helps a lot but I was just curious, how small of a box would you recommend? I messed with it a bit but wasn't 100% confident in any of my settings.
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#7HardkodePosted 2/13/2013 3:22:33 PM
Dinglesteed posted...
Those tips helps a lot but I was just curious, how small of a box would you recommend? I messed with it a bit but wasn't 100% confident in any of my settings.


My own settings are Professional preset with a minor tweak here and there. The dead zone you'll get from that or the Advanced preset are the small box I was talking about.