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The pointer lens is a button?
Its a camera, so it can probably tell when is covered. But i havent seen any game that uses it in that way
Just what I was thinking. But I haven’t seen any game use that either.
no its a ‘black’ light the like in duck hunt for the nes
The pointer lens thing is a button?
pointer lens is a button? let me check it…
What you guys said.
What he said about what you guys said…
Perhaps on the new Wii U branded wiimotes this will be the case!?
Yeah what? >_>
1: Extra-long typo?
you already know I’m gonna be studying the crap out of these pages
These are not Wii Motion Plus controllers. Read under the Wii logo what is the word after Wii Motion Plus?
is says INSIDE
me: =.= .. uh huh… wii mote… uh huh.. 1. Pointer Lens… uh huh .yeah.. also works as a button when pressed… yea yea… wait.. WHAT ?
Odd – so, a few things:
1) The rebranded wii motion plus controllers in the “Wii U” marketed boxes are indeed called “Wii Remote Plus” on those boxes.
2) I have one of these ‘new’ “Wii Remote Plus” branded units, and they are exactly the same as the old Wii Motion Plus controllers, in every way I can find. I had read somewhere they moved the sync button, but that’s not the case (at least, not on mine). There is no WiiU branding on the controller, if that saves anyone some cash – there is no point in replacing old motion plus controllers. 🙂
3) The lens cover is just that, a lens cover, and doesn’t function as a button.