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Nintendo Wii Control Scheme Analysis

Posted on Friday, April 20 2007 @ 09:20:33 CEST by

In the past, more buttons meant more flexibility and functionality, and the Wii has a controller setup which has noticeably less buttons and control sticks than any of the last generation systems. However, the Wii is unique, in that motion now replaces the functions some of those buttons once controlled. However, some gamers are still skeptical as to whether or not motion can easily translate into an intuitive control scheme for all types of games. Let's take a closer look as to which genres will benefit from the Wii's innovation, and which may suffer for it.

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