Is it just me or does it seem that swinging the wii remote is highly unresponsive at times when im attacking it seems i can get like 2 or 3 swings in and then it just doesnt respond unless i move around a bit or jump and attack.
=============possible early spoiler==================== = = = = = for example at the dojo when i learn the 4 winds technique.. i honestly tried for 30min.. and i did it once.. but other then that i just cant get the hits to register.. unless im doing something wrong?
ideas or suggestions or is that just the way it is? the games great and all but this lame-attack-responce is killing it for me.
From: SexyRubberDucky | #007 ugh... so the attacking seems to be better, less loss of responce but still cant do that 4 winds attack.. only managing two if im really lucky =[
If I'm not wrong, there's a REALLY short delay you should keep noted for the 4th attack. So swing the first 3 times with a certain momentum, then wait a LITTLE TEENIE BIT and swing again.
If it's still unresponsive, are you sure your Wiimote's batteries are at least 50%-ish? --- Check profile for DS FCs. SSBB FC: 5413-2276-5394. R.O.B is married. He plugs his Memory Stick into a USB port every night. ~wizaro1
the batteries are fully charged, when it comes to painting or anything else i have no probs, but i guess ill try switching wiimotes next time i play, but from what im understanding your saying that the first 3 hits should be of regular tempo and right after the 3rd do it really quick?
After the 3rd hit, wait a LITTLE bit more than usual then hit again. Basically, it's SLIIIIIIIIIGHTLY longer for the 4th and 5th hits. (when you get that)
Other than that, I don't know. I never had any problems with this. --- Check profile for DS FCs. SSBB FC: 5413-2276-5394. R.O.B is married. He plugs his Memory Stick into a USB port every night. ~wizaro1