Why can't I play multiplayer with a wii remote and nunchuck?

  1. We play with game cube controllers, but i wanted to mix it up one day by playing multiplayer with a Wii remote and nunchuck. It won't let me do anything on the page where you choose your character. A little help?

    User Info: bluegal24

    bluegal24 - 8 years ago
  2. Additional Details:
    Yes i have pressed every button there is to press on the nunchuck and the wii remote.

    User Info: bluegal24

    bluegal24 - 8 years ago

Accepted Answer

  1. Remove some Gamecube controllers (Brawl registers those for play before Wii Remotes). Chances are you have 4 Gamecube controllers plugged in.

    Also, check the batteries and double-check the sync between the Remote and the Wii. Sometimes that helps.

    User Info: Kraleck

    Kraleck (Expert) - 8 years ago 0 0

Other Answers

  1. Did you move the control stick on the nunchuck?

    User Info: akamaru256

    akamaru256 - 8 years ago 1 1
  2. Did you put the batteries in?

    User Info: Tom_Wake

    Tom_Wake - 8 years ago 0 0
  3. Ok, first, check to make sure that the Wii has recognized your remote. If it hasn't, you need to re-sinc the controller. If the controller isn't working, period... check the batteries, or you may need to send the controller in for repairs.

    Now, un-plug one game cube controller. After that, try to use JUST the Wii-mote. Does the hand move? If yes, then great. If not, make sure you sinc'd the controller. If it still isn't working, again, check the batteries or send it in for repairs. Try another controller.

    Once you find a working controller, insert the nun-chuck. Try using the joystick. If it works, great, you can now play. If not, then your problem would be the nun-chuck. If it is wireless, change the battery and try again. If not, or if that doesn't help, you may have a broken nun-chuck. Try one with a cord. And try several. If any of them work, then great. If not, then you may have a problem with your controller, in which case, send it in for repairs or use a different one. Now, if one nun-chuck works but another doesn't, check the battery or send it in.

    This should work. If nothing I listed seems to help, and you REALLY want to play with that controller, then send EVERYTHING in for repairs. Disc. Controllers. Wii. They will find the problem, and they will fix it.

    User Info: draconicsword

    draconicsword - 8 years ago 0 0

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