About The Wiimote

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by *Layzie*, Aug 5, 2007.

  1. *Layzie*
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    *Layzie* Advanced Member

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    First Of All I Was thinkin of buyin Mario strickers charged and jus wanted to ask is there a way to play without nunchuck


    this then led me onto thinkin .......when they sell a wiimote wudnt it be way more convenient if they a packed a nunchuck with it seeing as most ...nearly all.....wii games require a nunchuck ..........wudnt u agree?


    but yh going back to my first question.....can i play mario strikers without a nunchuk because i have 2 wiimotes and 1 nunchuk.....ima have to buy a seperrate nunchuk if i wanna play with my bro
     
  2. 2cb2ct7

    2cb2ct7 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    In answer to your first question: no

    In answer to your second question: $$$
     
  3. Hooya

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    It does kinda suck they're separate, but whatever. I'm thinking of biting the bullet and getting the last two nunchucks I'll need to complete my set of four of each (only one classic controller).
     
  4. TaMs

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    little offtopic but i think that those controllers are over priced, like they couldn't make enough money out of those wiis allready.
    Maybe if you could get wiimote+nunchuck with a price of a wiimote. Then it wouldn't be so expensive.
     
  5. dengar

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    Well if Im right the wireless Xbox 360 controller was $50 when it first came out and the Wii combo is now $60. Based on the technology that is currently in the Wii I think its a fair price to start out. When demand finally goes down you should see the controllers drop in price a bit.