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    Gonna try out Wiimote+Nunchuck first then just move back to GC


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    I'm going to try out the wiimote and nunchuk in single player, but use the gamecube controller online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Telozaki
    I'm going to try out the wiimote and nunchuk in single player, but use the gamecube controller online.
    Thats not a good idea, because if you practice entirely on one controller, you will be very good at it. If you vary between controllers, you won't be your best at both of them.

    GC Controller and Classic Controller are the best, only bad thing is that Classic Controller is much too small, making it awkward for some players.

    GC Controller is the easiest, best controller for Brawl.

    WM+N and WM are bad controllers because SSBB requires fast movements and reflexes, and the buttons on the WM are MUCH to far apart. Also, to preform the final smash, you need to shake your nunchuk in that direction, and you can easily mess up doing this. Also, for the WM alone... - and + are much to far away from your fingers and since you will be pushing buttons very fast, you will be pausing accidently half the time. Also, it is very difficult to press A+B at the same time since on the side, they are not equal.

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    simple wiimote
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    Can you use the wii remote on it's own without the nunchuk?

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    yeah you can
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    These are the default controls, but you can change the controls to your desire. For more info, read my posts above.

    If anyone else wants the layout for the controls for GC, CC, or WM+N, just ask.

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    I would like to see the control schemes for wm+n and the gamecube controller please.

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    Shake Smash = You shake the nunchuk in the direction of the way you want your Final Smash to direct.


    Here is CC just incase anyone wants it.

    These are just the default settings, you can change the controls to your desire.

    Ignore the UNO, it just gives the definition of the control in which it is highlighted.
    Last edited by Sparx; 03-08-2008 at 02:47 PM.

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    I'm on the fence between Classic and GC. I quite like the GC controller and I've gotten so familiar with it... then again, I wouldn't mind trying the new Wii controller. The idea of holding 2 controllers doesn't appeal to me... nor does it seem efficient from what I've read. And holding the Wii-mote sideways seems kind of awkward. Either way, I'll try all methods just for fun, but most likely stick with GC or Classic.

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