Interworks Pro Controller U - Wiimote + Classic + Pro

Discussion in 'Wii U - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by Screemer, Dec 19, 2012.

Dec 19, 2012
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    Screemer New Member

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    Interworks is going to release a new controller for the wii and the wii u. It's kind of an all in one controller. It has a IR-Sensor for tracking and a gyroscope for movement like the Wiimote. It has 2 analog sticks, a d-pad like and shoulder buttons like a classic controller. Sounds like a nice controller.

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    The open questions for me are:
    - what about games that require a nunchuck + wiimote like metroid prime
    - does it support motion-plus
    - is it compatible with android/PC/PS3 via bluetooth
    - are the shoulder buttons analog or digital triggers
    - how is the overall build quality
    - will it be compatible with games that support the wii u pro controller

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    RedCoreZero Creativity is Power

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    as far as I heard it is not a Pro controller,they make it to look like the pro controller and it says pro as in Classic controller pro.That would explain the price too.
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    libertyernie New Member

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    From what I've been able to tell, it won't act as a nunchuk, and it won't act as a Pro Controller either, which means the triggers must be digital (ZL and ZR aren't analog on the Classic Controller).
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    jalaneme Female Gamer

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    so this controller won't work with wii u gamepad compatibles games like darksiders 2 then? this would have been a bargain if it did, it seems to only work with games that support the wiimote, it's a bit misleading to advertise it as a "wii u pro gamepad" when it's clearly not.
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    ShadowSoldier New Member

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    It looks like shit.
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    VMM Full Hollow Cero

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    I preffer the WiiU Pro Controller,
    but that's not bad.
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    jalaneme Female Gamer

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    yeah it's designed aright it's just the compatibility issues that let it down, i would have brought one if it had wii u native support (dark siders, batman)

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