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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Safetyfirst on Mon Mar 29, 2010 10:50 pm

DarkFalco wrote:
Safetyfirst wrote:This is true: Nintendo has only one wireless controller which is the Wiimote. But I think Sony would become more original. Playstation. Playstation2. Playstation Slim. Playstation3.... etc. You get the point
um actually they made wireless gamecube controllers. and they work well so long as you keep them on the right channel. Also, i've played my wii from my kitchen before and it's about 25ft from my wii. thats pretty far

Yeah, personally I have no problems with my wiimotes, but over time they seem to wear out and become weaker. And where can I get a wireless gamecube controller? Thatd be great
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Hans on Tue Mar 30, 2010 12:57 am

It's called ebay, and how far do you people sit from your TVs? Seriously, wiimotes are fine except they eat batteries like Cthulhu eats babies.
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  xXkawai_baka_420Xx on Tue Mar 30, 2010 12:59 am

lol but seriously the wiimote distance only works from about 0.3m - 1.5m.

This is actually a problem on some TVs.
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Safetyfirst on Tue Mar 30, 2010 1:03 am

Faux-Bee wrote:lol but seriously the wiimote distance only works from about 0.3m - 1.5m.

This is actually a problem on some TVs.

These are your WiiMotes I supose?
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Hans on Tue Mar 30, 2010 1:20 am

Faux-Bee wrote:lol but seriously the wiimote distance only works from about 0.3m - 1.5m.

This is actually a problem on some TVs.

Communists?
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Smashy B on Tue Mar 30, 2010 1:34 am

Hans wrote:Seriously, wiimotes are fine except they eat batteries like Cthulhu eats babies.
I got a Nyko dual charger to solve this. Best $35 I've spent on the Wii.

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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Hans on Tue Mar 30, 2010 1:49 am

smashbro wrote:
Hans wrote:Seriously, wiimotes are fine except they eat batteries like Cthulhu eats babies.
I got a Nyko dual charger to solve this. Best $35 I've spent on the Wii.

I have chargers as well, definitely worth it. Anyone who doesn't have them is silly, except Fobby, he steals batteries from the hospital.
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Safetyfirst on Tue Mar 30, 2010 2:13 am

Hans wrote:
smashbro wrote:
Hans wrote:Seriously, wiimotes are fine except they eat batteries like Cthulhu eats babies.
I got a Nyko dual charger to solve this. Best $35 I've spent on the Wii.

I have chargers as well, definitely worth it. Anyone who doesn't have them is silly, except Fobby, he steals batteries from the hospital.

3rd here. I got a charger too for like $15 and its very good. Only bad bit is it only recharges whilst Wii is on.. oh well. And yes Fobbs steals batteries from old people's life support machines
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  DarkFalco on Tue Mar 30, 2010 7:34 pm

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Yeah, personally I have no problems with my wiimotes, but over time they seem to wear out and become weaker. And where can I get a wireless gamecube controller? Thatd be great
'nother thing they don't get in australia? yup hans has it right. ebay is your friend there. the wii motes do use batteries pretty fast, i've changed mine round 15 times to the 2 times i've changed my xbox batteries....and i've been playing xbox a heck of a lot more lately. yay oblivion the game that never ends! Razz
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Hans on Tue Mar 30, 2010 10:55 pm

DarkFalco wrote:
Safetyfirst wrote:
Yeah, personally I have no problems with my wiimotes, but over time they seem to wear out and become weaker. And where can I get a wireless gamecube controller? Thatd be great
'nother thing they don't get in australia? yup hans has it right. ebay is your friend there. the wii motes do use batteries pretty fast, i've changed mine round 15 times to the 2 times i've changed my xbox batteries....and i've been playing xbox a heck of a lot more lately. yay oblivion the game that never ends! Razz

No we got wavebirds, I have one in fact. It's just that you're hard pressed to find anything GC related in Australia now, since it didn't get the reception it deserved and it's old.
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Safetyfirst on Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:17 am

Hans wrote:
DarkFalco wrote:
Safetyfirst wrote:
Yeah, personally I have no problems with my wiimotes, but over time they seem to wear out and become weaker. And where can I get a wireless gamecube controller? Thatd be great
'nother thing they don't get in australia? yup hans has it right. ebay is your friend there. the wii motes do use batteries pretty fast, i've changed mine round 15 times to the 2 times i've changed my xbox batteries....and i've been playing xbox a heck of a lot more lately. yay oblivion the game that never ends! Razz

No we got wavebirds, I have one in fact. It's just that you're hard pressed to find anything GC related in Australia now, since it didn't get the reception it deserved and it's old.

This is true, its very hard to even buy normal GC controllers in stores, they've been replaced by Wii "Classic" controllers. And I don't trust eBay at all imo, too risky
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Hans on Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:25 am

Safetyfirst wrote:
Hans wrote:
DarkFalco wrote:
Safetyfirst wrote:
Yeah, personally I have no problems with my wiimotes, but over time they seem to wear out and become weaker. And where can I get a wireless gamecube controller? Thatd be great
'nother thing they don't get in australia? yup hans has it right. ebay is your friend there. the wii motes do use batteries pretty fast, i've changed mine round 15 times to the 2 times i've changed my xbox batteries....and i've been playing xbox a heck of a lot more lately. yay oblivion the game that never ends! Razz

No we got wavebirds, I have one in fact. It's just that you're hard pressed to find anything GC related in Australia now, since it didn't get the reception it deserved and it's old.

This is true, its very hard to even buy normal GC controllers in stores, they've been replaced by Wii "Classic" controllers. And I don't trust eBay at all imo, too risky

It's called a feedback page, everyone who fears being scammed on eBay is an idiot.
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Safetyfirst on Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:33 am

Hans wrote:It's called a feedback page, everyone who fears being scammed on eBay is an idiot.

If its idiotic to have fears to being scammed on eBay, what do you call giving credit card details to a website accessed by millions of people called?
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Hans on Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:35 am

Safetyfirst wrote:
Hans wrote:It's called a feedback page, everyone who fears being scammed on eBay is an idiot.

If its idiotic to have fears to being scammed on eBay, what do you call giving credit card details to a website accessed by millions of people called?

Safe, due to all kinds of encryption and security. Also, PayPal. Having your credit card details stolen when using eBay is about as likely as having your credit card details skimmed when you use your local ATM.

(Yet another thread being derailed, huzzah.)
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Safetyfirst on Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:40 am

Hans wrote:(Yet another thread being derailed, huzzah.)

Here I'll get it back.... How much is a gamecube controller these days, if its possible to find one? And how much would these wireless GC controllers be? Im interested
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Hans on Wed Mar 31, 2010 2:09 am

Did you even read the OP of this thread? Even if you didn't, you could at least read the fucking title.
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Safetyfirst on Wed Mar 31, 2010 2:59 am

Hans wrote:Did you even read the OP of this thread? Even if you didn't, you could at least read the fucking title.

We were talking about wireless GC controllers by talking about wireless remotes by nintendo, and this led to the talk about eBay
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Hans on Wed Mar 31, 2010 3:59 am

Safetyfirst wrote:
Hans wrote:Did you even read the OP of this thread? Even if you didn't, you could at least read the fucking title.

We were talking about wireless GC controllers by talking about wireless remotes by nintendo, and this led to the talk about eBay

I guess not.
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Bugman on Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:57 pm



Oh dear God...
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Avalanche on Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:59 pm

and let the flame wars recommence
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Vivian Vex on Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:02 pm

You guys have no idea how much I want to make a list of what the other 2 systems have that they do not and post it as a comment there.
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Relmitos on Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:37 pm

They seem to have forgotten that the xbox360 can, infact, let you download demos and the like. Of course it won't play PS one games, derp derp derp.
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Bugman on Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:49 pm

BTW, the PS3 is the only console that can connect to PSN.

OH SNAP!
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Avalanche on Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:51 pm

BY2K wrote:BTW, the PS3 is the only console that can connect to PSN.

OH SNAP!

Dude no way! my wii can totally connect to PSN omgwtfbbqgeniustrollface
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Re: Wiimote vs. Move vs. Natal

Post  Bugman on Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:56 pm

For me, it's just proof that Sony is being childish over the whole motion control thing.

But Nintendo bashed the 3D glasses (even though with reason), so I'll let this one pass.
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