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    Wiimote and classic controler.

    I dunno if its true or not, but I was reading and looking around about using the classic controler hooked up to the wiimote on regular wii games, not the vc ones. Does anyone know if it works like that? Some games I play on Wii like Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles, or Call of Duty 3 it gets kind of annoying using 2 controlers so I was just wondering if its possible to use the classic controler on new games like this or are they only programmed to use the wiimote for the physical interaction?

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    certain games allow it. look at the top right corner on the back of the case and if it has a little classic controller then it will allow it. you can also google a list of Wii games that work with it.

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