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    Medal of Honor 2: Sound Question

    Can MOH2 be played with the sound turned off on the wiimote? I read reviews which said that certain parts of the game utilize sound from the wiimote, such as mine detector and tuning a radio. I play after midnight, with headphones and controller sound muted so as not to wake up my wife. Does the sound still come up on the headphones in those segments?

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    the sound is off if the wii mote sound is turned off
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    Push the HOME button on the wii-remote. Point the cursor at the bottom of the screen that pops up and click "A". You will enter a screen where you can adjust the volume, as well as rumble on or off on your remote.

    This is a global change, it applies to the Wii in general and will affect all your games until you change it back.

    Hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve2000
    Push the HOME button on the wii-remote. Point the cursor at the bottom of the screen that pops up and click "A". You will enter a screen where you can adjust the volume, as well as rumble on or off on your remote.

    This is a global change, it applies to the Wii in general and will affect all your games until you change it back.

    Hope that helps.
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    guys, thanks but I already know how to turn off the wii mote sound. What I meant to ask was - if I turn off the wii mote sound, can I still complete the game? Are there segments which depend on sound coming out of the wiimote speakers?

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    Well I was playing online and checked, the reload sound only comes out of the wii remote and not the TV. I would suspect that the other sounds would be the same.
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