wii remote plus won't stay synced to wiiu
- date: November 30, 2012
So I got my wiiu and its lot of fun blah-dee blah blah. I got a third party wii remote plus to avoid the obscene store prices (£50!!!) Now I can sync it up ok but it won't stayed synced to the wiiu everytime I turn the console on I have to re-sync the wiimote to console if I want to use it. am I miss something or has got something do with it being an a third party remote from before the wiiu was around?
Wii Fit Plus ? ( did you know this ) Mii ? Mogs? WHAT?
- date: July 6, 2009
no one seems interested in this game?
ever try to measure your dog only to find out it is obese?
now this won't happen anymore as with Wii fit plus the dogs are an added feature.
But wait thats not it, also included are 15, yes I said 15 balance games, including skate boarding, snow ball fighting and kung fu!
ok, did my tv salesman skill not impress, well then look at these videos... hehe
The focus seems for women, hopefully they have stuff for guys too in the options. Cool dog feature.
Here are some of the games, that you guys might have overlooked.
snow ball fight!!!
flying chicken , now we all get to look like idiots even more so!
marching band , think wii music ? jk but i dont know... what you guys think ?
wii fit obstacle course < this looks cool reminds me of fuzion frenzy, the demo of halo 1. hehe
off screen and could not find better video, but this is cool! you can now ride a segway on Wii
What is your honest opinion about the Wii Remote now that the wii is at the end of its lifetime?
- date: March 18, 2012
I have probably owned almost every Nintendo product to have released to this day. My brothers had the game and watch, Atari, and we bought the NES shorty after the console came out. We then purchased the SNES the same date it came out with an employee discount from someone that worked in JC Penney. My father had passed a way a year after getting me Super Mario Kart and it was a game that we all lovedas a family. A few years later I remember that I couldn't find a Nintendo 64 anywhere when it came out.The damn console was sold out for months and even beyond a year after its released. Me and my mother drove close to an hour from us in a bus just to get the N64 in k-mart. A few years later I was broke and about 18 going to college. My mom surprised me the day the Gamecube came out and I ended up waiting outside 4 hours and came out with one at midnight in a local walmart. Years later I did the same thing for the Nintendo Wii and waited close to 7 hours before opening time in target.I come
What Wii games will you keep for WiiU?
- date: July 29, 2012
I love how Nintendo makes their systems completly backwards compatible, but....
Basically, I'm sitting here look at my Wii games collection thinking I'll prolly trade most of these guys in since, they most likely all will get sequels, that will be superior in every way minus nostalgia...Basically, what games do you feel have the best replay value/you still haven't 100% completed it?
This is what I'm thinking out of my personal collection:
Bully:Scholarship Edition (falls into that still haven't completed 100% category)
Skyward Sword (See Bully)
Link Crossbow Training(Game is really fun with the Wii Zapper, and Trade in value is only like 50 cent)
Michael Jackson Experience (Girls freakin love this game, also Casuals, this is my best game when I'm having people over, lots of fun)
Mario Party 9 (Also a great party game ob. and I haven't seen a sequel announced yet)
Mortal Kombat Armageddon (I can play any Mortal Kombat on any day and be entertained for a good while)
Game, I'm most
Mac Wii Remote Classic Controller
- date: May 2, 2012
I've been trying to get Dustforce to use my classic controller as an input. It's really strange though, I can be writing z x and c with the a b and x buttons in other windows, but when I switch to the game screen, it doesn't do anything.. I was wondering if anybody has found a solution, or if there is anything I could do.
I've even tried assigning new key values in both the wii remote options, and in dustforce's options, but nothing seems to work...
I"m using DarwiinRemote to connect my remote to the computer
Thanks for the help!
Wii Remote Support Coming to Google's Android
- date: April 30, 2010
New application allows Wii Remotes and Android phones to communicate
We don't usually cover mobile phone news here on Nintendo Life but in this case we're willing to make an exception. Those of you familiar with Google's Android operating system will know that there are countless downloadable apps available via the appropriately-named Android Market.
One app that caught our attention recently was the Wii Controller Demo, produced by Ryan Frawley. This software - which is available for free - allows Android users to create a Bluetooth connection between their phone and a Wii Remote and then log input information on the phone's display.
While this in itself isn't tremendously exciting it does have long-term implications for gaming on Android; Frawley is still working on the software but it already has the ability to detect the presence of a Nunchu
Interesting nongaming take on the Wii and the future for the WiiU
- date: October 22, 2012
Pretty good perspective on the successes and failings of the Wii, and the opportunities and challenges facing Nintendo going forward. As you'd expect from a non-gaming publication there are obviously some parts that dedicated gamers will roll their eyes at (I kinda bristled at referring to Metroid as Nintendo's FPS franchise). The overall tone is pretty positive, and it's nice to see WiiU getting some attention outside of the dedicated gaming press as launch approaches.
My horse wont stay
- date: December 3, 2011
Started last night, stupid horse wont stay, every time i get off he turns and goes to try and wander off back to the stables and yes these are horses I own, so anoying!
This game just gets buggier and buggier
Wow ....... Grand Slam Tennis and Wii Motion Plus's poor future
- date: July 10, 2009
So I sold Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 which was fun but it was not my cup of tea and bought Grand Slam Tennis instead. I used to play tennis a lot, not good enough to play on a team, but casually and semi-competitively. WOW, this game rocks. Swinging is VERY intuitive and it works MOST OF THE TIME. I do have some issues about aiming sometimes but I'm guessing that I can iron out those problems after a few hours of play, but already it's a lot better than Wii Sports tennis.
HOWEVER, the problem I had was when I played for my first hour against my girlfriend. She had MAJOR issues with running, swinging, false swinging backhands, etc. She blamed it on the game and the controls. Maybe it was because I was destroying her on the court and using nothing but volleys to make her run around the court (BTW, WE BOTH USED NUNCHUCKS), but she nevertheless first blamed her Wii Motion Plus. So I switched remotes with her and still dominated her. I tried to teach her on correct tennis strategy, racquet sw
Punks with Teddy bears the Wii U here to stay and why you'll be happy about it.
- date: August 4, 2013
Ok, Well who feels like a Wii U owner thats getting the bums rush at a party we're not invited to?
Bet alot of you are feeling like its your party too and after being a good bloke and re-assuring your neighbour that the guests'll eventually go home home (for the last hour!) you walk back in to find every bastards wearing a suit and trying to fuck your girlfriend.
Let me explain...
Gaming is an ecosystem of its own. Once upon a time it was far less than that; a sub-culture that had a rather large acceptance amongst society and fell into disrepute.
In those days gaming was a side-show that everyone could take part in. A perhaps purer spirit than whats emerged since its re-introduction in the 90s; in fact those days are gone and thier legacy largely unremembered by the ecosystem thats replaced it.
Whereas in the past, guys and girls and mums and dads, the grandparents and the bloody dog! played games, not so today. These days a spartan field has replaced it full of egotistical little p
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