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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by Link of Arc, May 17, 2006.
take alot a time to get used too?
Yeah i think it'll take a while getting used to it, especially in zelda: twilight princess
i think it may actually take less time to get used to than any other new controller scheme that has been introduced, nintendo is pushing the 'intuitive' control aspect so if the developer set up their game right 9.5 times out of 10 you should probably get the results you'd expect from your actions
I would imagine it'd take some getting used to, since it's very different to previous controllers. After a while it'll probably become second nature. Who knows, maybe for the next generation of consoles everyone else will be ripping it off?
I actually don't think it will take a lot of time, because the feeling should give you that jolt to say, wow I know what I'm actually doing [at least somewhat] I think 3 minutes, and you have it.
Nah, just Sony >>
I agree, espesialy with the bow...
Will the Wiimote
There will be a slight learning curve. The only way to find out is to actually play it. Play is believing. I just cant wait.
Totally agreed with the learning curve, most gamers should find it tricky to use at first.
What about the virtual console nintendo 64 epansion pack
games will Wii need to buy extras for the system to play Majora's Mask on VC
(like my picture)
I dont think they will need the expansion pack because their graphic qaulity alread surpasses that of expansion packed 64. By the way Majora's Mask is another Nintendo Classic. I look forward to playing it.
Doubt it. You didn't need anything special to play the Gamecube version on the Collector's edition.