I"m sorry Nintendo, but why? Why force people to use an outdated peripheral when we have this fantastic WiiU Remote, complete with display, that you could port functionality for to the Prime Trilogy? The logic kind of escapes me...

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Baklavah wrote:

I"m sorry Nintendo, but why? Why force people to use an outdated peripheral when we have this fantastic WiiU Remote, complete with display, that you could port functionality for to the Prime Trilogy? The logic kind of escapes me...


Because the game was designed to use the Wii Remote (even Prime 1 and 2 I heard got some tweeks to work better with the Wii Remote)


People keep saying the Xbox One doesn"t have Backwards Compatibility.I don"t think they know what Backwards Compatibility means...

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They should have included WiiU Controller functionality as a part of the games. Not everyone likes the Wii Remotes. I, personally, can"t stand them. I have this handy controller that can display all sorts of neat info, and has great response times and is very comfortable to use. Last I remember, Metroid Prime was a Gamecube game to start with, and worked on Controller Technology. There is no reason why they couldn"t have included controller support. If some still want to use the Wii Remotes, that"s fine, but some of us prefer to play with a peripheral that doesn"t frustrate the bejeezus out of us.


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Baklavah wrote:

They should have included WiiU Controller functionality as a part of the games. Not everyone likes the Wii Remotes. I, personally, can"t stand them. I have this handy controller that can display all sorts of neat info, and has great response times and is very comfortable to use. Last I remember, Metroid Prime was a Gamecube game to start with, and worked on Controller Technology. There is no reason why they couldn"t have included controller support. If some still want to use the Wii Remotes, that"s fine, but some of us prefer to play with a peripheral that doesn"t frustrate the bejeezus out of us.


People keep saying the Xbox One doesn"t have Backwards Compatibility.I don"t think they know what Backwards Compatibility means...

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So far, I pretty much agree. Some PC shooters (when not dumbed down for consoles) also control really well because of the mouse. So many people seem to hate on motion controls because of the learning curve. But, for me, whenever they"re implented correctly they end up being much better. It"s the main reason I think Sin and Punishment 2 is one of the best on-rails shooters. You can only blame yourself for being a bad shot, not for your clunky, dual-stick controls.

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Of course there are those that suffer too...like the ground sections of KI:U....ugh.