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    light gun question - nyko perfect shot

    Hi all. I have the nyko perfect shot and when I use the gun playing mohh2, where I point does not actually line up to where the crosshairs are. I've moved away from the tv a bit, and it helps a little, but I was wondering if there is a way i can make it line up better? I have to actually aim the gun a good amount higher than where I want to shoot in order to get the crosshairs on that spot. I have fooled around in the options but haven't figured it out yet? Am I just going to have to get used to this or is there a way to adjust it? Does everyone else have this problem with the perfect shot? How about the zapper? Thanks!

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    did you know that light guns as we-know-them do not work on plasma, lcd, and other modern technology? (although there are some in the works). today's consoles do not have Light Guns... only cross hairs to be compatible with old and new TVs.

    there is NO calibration... it could take 10-15 minutes to adjust your actions to have great cosshair control.


    it's all relavant to the play... exact location of the sensor bar, your exact point of where you stand... shooting from the hip or from the chest...

    i have my sensor bar hotglued to the bottom of my tv, but configured the wii to think it's on top of the tv... this helps me hold my Wii Zapper in a more natural position since my TV is mounted 5' in the air.

    what really matters is the sensitivity of the remote and the distance from the senor bar... for links crossbow, i shoot from my rib cage and adjust the sight to move as slow as possible and adjusted the elevation so that my zapper points lower (probably not even at the screen at all!!!)

    when you're into the game YOU get a feel of smoothly moving the crosshairs... the only difference i feel when playing is when i'm too close or too far from the sensor bar...

    typically i'm 3-4 feet away but have smooth crosshairs at even 6 feet away.

    Update from MikeTheAsian: Ghost Squad does have a calibration tool that's just for the Ghost Squad game... you get more points for not using the crosshairs.

    I imagine even Ghost Squad will need re-calibrated if you shift from your original calibration spot.
    Last edited by gidget; 02-18-2008 at 02:43 PM.

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    yes the wii zapper is the way to go. i bought it for moh2 it works great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Striker101
    yes the wii zapper is the way to go. i bought it for moh2 it works great
    It aims the same way as Nyko though since it still just uses the Wii remote.

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