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I wasnt able to see any topics on this but a few actions look like they have the chance for you to lose grip on the controller, specially finishing moves. What pieces or parts are attached to the gamepad that help prevent dropping it?
My friend was playing Wii bowling and wasn't wearing the wrist strap. On one careless roll, let go of the controller and threw it at the cealing.
He was met with a nasty cracking sound and his controller fell to the ground.
He picked up the controller and didn't notice a scratch on it and it continues to function to this day.
The next thing he noticed was a dent in the cealing.
I've personally lost track of how many things have happened to controllers and nintendo systems I own, yet the system/controller survives (unlike some OTHER companies where the slightest jostle screws up everything)..
Nintendo is nothing if not well built, and I imagine that with motion included, a type of wrist strap will be included as well.
Ever see the "wriststrap warning" image on the begining of ALL Wii games? Shows someone destroying furnature and people, not the controller recieving harm.
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