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    not to keep beating a dead horse, but the response i got back from nintendo has put a bit of doubt in me:

    Message(#6851-000502-9293\5029293)

    Hello,

    I can neither confirm nor deny the rumors contained in the article.

    Sincerely,
    Nintendo of America Inc.
    David Marshall
    Though I'm hopeful as well bc no comment means there prolly is a problem, but they are working on a solution and not going to admit there ever was a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phimuajedi69
    wtf? that makes no sense whatsoever....

    as far as i know, the signal in question is just like a remote (talking about the pointing functionality by IR, not the bluetooth connection) anyone have halogen lighting at home and a problem with their remotes?

    the story referenced by that story is here,

    it sounds like a minor situation with all the details, even if you have halogen track lights i hope they are in front of the tv that would be kinda pointless and you'd prolly turn them off to watch tv anyway or have major reflected glares

    also i personally don't have much point of reference with kotaku, but i have to question the validity of a third generation story



    so they heard from a friend who heard from an uncle....

    I don't know.... anyone have more confirmation of this, or is it just a rumor like the ps3 disc locking?
    the wiimote is not "just liek a remote" its far from that for cryign out loud. tell me , how many television remotes have gravitational sensors, and lets you aim at the options!!??? think about it, i wouldnt be suprised if this was true, cos some signals as such can be confused by other things

    Enoch was right.


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    the wiimote is not "just liek a remote" its far from that for cryign out loud.
    thats not what i said at all, i was talking about the IR signal that passes between the wiimote and the sensor bar

    the signal in question is just like a remote

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    it's fun to play in the too;P i get more a feeling i'm in the game then :P

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    in the dark too ***

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    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.xgaming.com/newsletter/Wii%20Dupe.shtml
    "The Wii controller hides beneath its glossy exterior a number of cutting-edge technologies. The peripheral uses an accelerometer and a gyrometer to measure motion and tilt, and likewise utilizes both infrared and Bluetooth technology to interact with a sensor bar (placed near a television) and ultimately to send information to the Wii console."
    Bluetooth and infrared, interesting. Well, I've never heard of halogen lights effecting infrared/bluetooth signals, however, I googled it and had a flick through the hits, there seems to be quite a few. I think it's just a minor problem, and it may happen to a few people. I suppose we'll have to wait and see.
    Play nice or die.

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    well thats ok i have a dimmer light in my room

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