Possible? PS3 GHWT intruments on wii?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by kennykix, Jun 19, 2009.

Jun 19, 2009
  1. kennykix
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    Newcomer kennykix Newbie

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    Heya,

    I'm just wondering if it would be AT ALL possible to use the PS3 instruments on the Wii?

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    Kenny
     
  2. KnarfX2

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    Unfortunately probably not. [​IMG]
     
  3. hxcmusic

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    Absolutely works!!! for the Mic! hahaha guitar and drums are not cross compatible between any console right now.
     
  4. Hadrian

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    Just out of curiosity.

    Are the WiiMotes connected to the guitars themselves?
     
  5. j2011

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    there is a hole in the back of the guitar, which opens up, and a cable plugs into the nunchuck plug on the bottom of the wii remote.

    then you close up the hole, and the wii remote stays inside the guitar.
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    you can see the wii remote there
     
  6. hxcmusic

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    Yes. The WiiMotes plug into the GH Guitar and drums. Part of the reason I doubt you'll ever get the PS3 or 360 ones to work on the Wii. But Rock Band guitars that don't use the wiimotes, so maybe with an adapter it is possible. But currently RB instruments aren't cross compatible either.
     
  7. DSGamer64

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    It's cheaper to make the Wiimote slot for the guitars and drums then it is to design a whole different control interface, although since the Wii uses Bluetooth wireless connectivity, I don't see why the hardware developers don't use that since it could also work on the PS3 as well using Bluetooth (not sure if they switched from the shitty RF connection for World Tour or not though but it's a far superior connection type).
     

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