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    ...Wavebird or regular controller+2 ext. cords?

    ...Meh.
    I want a wavebird controller, but I've read that it doesnt have rumble. And that a regular controller does (Im going to need two 8-ft ext. cables for regular controller) ? Does having rumble or not make any difference in Resident Evil 4?

    ...btw, I'm going to be playing it on my Wii.

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    I alway used to use regular controllers, but since I got my Wii, I don't know how I managed.
    Now I love my Wavebird and I wouldn't want to go back.
    How often do you really need the rumble feature?
    Can't comment on RE4 as I haven't played it (but I will as soon as I find a cheap copy).

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    the only game i've played where no rumble was a problem was mario party. there were a few mini games in it that required rumble and playing with a wavebird made it a lot harder.

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    I tried a Wavebird and will never go back. The lack of cords is awesome and I don't miss the rumble at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csiguy4u
    I tried a Wavebird and will never go back. The lack of cords is awesome and I don't miss the rumble at all.
    Agree 1000%.

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    Def. the Wavebird is the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamcastrocks
    Agree 1000%.
    Same when it comes to the gamecube. Only game Rumble was any good in was a mario party. Other than that it's not really needed. On other systems though its really needed in some cases.

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    but its expensive

    44.99 canadian!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericlewis91
    but its expensive

    44.99 canadian!
    It's totally worth it, trade in some wired controllers for a little bit off. Once you use a wavebird you never go back. A small price to pay for wireless freedom.
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    I think you have your answer here! I'm all about the Wavebird baby... Didn't even notice the lack of rumble

    I even went to the end of my street and it still worked - which is about 60 metres at least!
    Everyone should have a Wii!!!

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