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How Do You Use Your Wiimote?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by Wii_Smurf, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. Wii_Smurf

    Wii_Smurf No.1 Smurf

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    I've just read loads of threads recently where people turn off rumble and sound...
    Thats quite stupid really it ruins the experience and it doesn't drain your batteries that much really. I have Re-Chargable and charge them every 2 weeks or so, Always full volume and rumble is always on but how do you have yours set-up?
     
  2. rooskie54

    rooskie54 WiiChat Member

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    Volume is at around 50-60%, never touched the rumble!
     
  3. Lip

    Lip WiiChat Member

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    Sound on full and rumble on.. Ive only turned off the rumble once and that was when my gran was playing need for speed she didnt like the rumbleing
     
  4. kyr

    kyr sony hater

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    volume max and rumble on its stupid to turn them of cuss it ruins the expierince the wii was build for xD
     
  5. Happy

    Happy Dobedobebo

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    Havent changed the settings for my 'motes :p
     
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    tuned 11.19.06

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    Depends, games like RedSteel have loud reloading sounds so I tend to have the Wiimote's speaker down to about half when I used to play that... but I believe all my Wiimotes are back up to 75-100%. I agree, it can take away from what the Wiimote gives in depth to a game, no doubt!
     
  7. Joshieca

    Joshieca Oh yeah, its me!

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    Hey thats rather personal....oh :D

    Both of my remotes are set to 30% volume, rumble on, transfered Mii's to them both.
     
  8. MasterJedi2U

    MasterJedi2U Banned

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    Rumble always on. However I kinda feel like the volume is really loud a lot of the time so I set it lower. Now if I lived alone I'd probably have the volume all the way up. Good thread man. I've always wondered if it was just me.
     
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    ottoman Banned

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    mine are the same as they always were. lol the batteries have a good life spand really.
     
  10. spicka

    spicka Beastin By Nature!

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    mine are on the factory settings :D:D
     
  11. Bryan_

    Bryan_ :3

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    I have the volume turned all the way up right now, only because one of the mini-games in Sonic is to shake the Wiimote and listen to the sound. :p

    I pre-ordered the Nyko Wiimote Recharger stand thing. I didn't want to, but my mom kept telling me to, plus it just looks nifty. The battery pack has grips too, which is neat.
     
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    im just waiting til Nintendo or another company that i trust comes out with the charger ive seen the nyko... but what happens if your wiimote quit working on you after you charge it =( its better to be safe or sorry =)
     
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    paintba||er WiiChat Member

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    Volume is on the maximum setting and the rumble feature is on.
     
  14. +Maniacal=Maniac+

    +Maniacal=Maniac+ Am I Losing Friends?

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    Depends On What I'm Playing...:p

    In Twilight Princess I Turn The Sound All The Way Off Because The Sword Sounds Are Annoying... TRY IT!:D

    Everything Else Is Rumble And Max.
     
  15. George

    George Wii 4 teh Wiin

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    both on full, everyone is right, it ruins the wiixperience.
     
  16. Byuakuya

    Byuakuya Bleach & Heroes fan.

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    sound FULL and the rumble ON. thats the way to play.:thumbsup:
     
  17. Xasf

    Xasf WiiChat Member

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    Sound volume depends, I turn it all the way up when I'm alone during daytime (in which case I'll be using my surround speakers).
    I keep it around 50% otherwise.

    Rumble is of course always on.
     
  18. Mallard

    Mallard -=-=Zelda Fan=-=-

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    my sound is at 50%, because I hate to hear the sound of the (spoiler) Ball in Chain spinning in Zelda. It's just annoying
     
  19. mk_south_london

    mk_south_london !SUPERMOD! *blu mushroom*

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    lol i know what u mean. I have 100% sound and rumble on.
    My sensitivity is turned right up aswell
     

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