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Wiimote Sensitivity w/ Zelda

Discussion in 'Legend of Zelda' started by Wiiaholic, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. Wiiaholic

    Wiiaholic aka Mr. Duddle

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    Is there a way you can tweak the Wiimote's sensitivity and/or speed for just Zelda: TP? I've noticed there's a slight delay between the time when I move the Wiimote and when it shows up on screen. That does not happen when I'm playing Wii Sports.

    If this has already been discussed I apologize!
     
  2. Deathmetalmaster

    Deathmetalmaster WiiChat Member

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    its because when you swing your sword, it is not using the Infared capabilities of the remote. It is only using the accelerometers to detect simple motions. Think of swinging the controller like pressing a button more or less.
     
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    lordsknightn Banned

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    it works perfectly for me
     
  4. komio

    komio Komio-Wii

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    yeah nothing is wrong with mine, it doesnt do this if it does it is not noticable
     
  5. BlightedArt

    BlightedArt vv OMG Emo hampster!! vv

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    Deathmetalmaster hit the nail right on the head.

    For those saying there's no delay at all, there is... Just a very very very VERY slight delay. xD It basically needs to make sure you're actually moving your hand instead of picking up the natural shake your body might have (or if you're getting comfy in your seat and shuffling around etc). Which's seemingly why you really need to flick the wiimote rather than slowly move it around.

    /pointlessobservation
     

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