Mario Sports Mix Controls

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Nov 28, 2010

Mario Sports Mix Controls by sonknuck23 at 1:18 AM (1,339 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. sonknuck23
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    Grabbed the Japanese ver. of the game, but I'm not sure of all of the controls. Do you guys happen to maybe know them in detail or anything? Let me know if you do, thanks.

    (Preferably for Volley-Ball.)
     
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    The game has built-in tutorials that are simple to follow, just look at what's on the screen. It's the third option after you select the sport.

    Volleyball
    Analog Stick: Move
    Swing up: Block
    Swing up when ball is near ground: Bump or dive
    Swing up and down: Spike
    C: Switch player
    Hold A: Go for all out mid-air attack
    B: Use item
    A+B: Star power
     
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    I use Wii-remote only and the tutorial videos aren't really THAT obvious. It shows a movement and shows a button, but doesn't explain when and why you'd do those things.
     
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    Watch what the character is doing during the tutorial and you should make it out. At the moment it tells you to press the button, it means that that combination will do something in that situation... =/
     
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    It's okay I ended up just figuring out most of the shit on my own, thanks anyways guys. [​IMG]
     

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