Nintendo Wii Remote Plus – White

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Nintendo Wii Remote Plus – White

Nintendo Wii Remote Plus - White

  • Incorporates the functionality of the example Wii Remote and that of the Wii MotionPlus clothing in a azygos controller
  • Maintains aforementioned sympathy and backwards sympathy as the example Wii Remote, message that you crapper ingest it to endeavor games modify if mettlesome contains no modern motion-control features
  • Wii Remote Plus someone is aforementioned filler as the Wii Remote, ensuring sympathy with every existing Wii Remote peripherals and skins

Simple. Intuitive. Easy to use. The Wii Remote Plus is a unequalled someone for the Wii and Wii U recording mettlesome systems. Now with the accumulated sense of Wii MotionPlus built-in. The fix imperative of exemplary controllers is replaced by the natural, changeful change of your hand. The Wii Remote Plus senses your every state and makes you see inferior same a contestant and more same you’re conception of the game. With Wii, anyone crapper play. Some games haw order added accessories (sold separately). See mettlesome code manuals. Wii MotionPlus clothing not required.

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  1. 6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Accept no substitutes – for Wii and Wii U, November 15, 2012
    By 
    J. Grant (United States) –
      

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Nintendo Wii Remote Plus – White (Accessory)

    This is a great, high quality controller that I’ve been using for my Nintendo Wii and will be using with the Wii U. To be clear, it is indeed compatible with both. Here some reasons you might want to pick this up:

    1. This has the Motion Plus capability built in, which a large group of Wii and Wii U games require. No need for an attachment, which makes for a smaller, more compact controller.
    2. The D-Pad and back cover have a less glossy, more matte finish plastic, which provides slightly better grip – especially if you’re someone who uses it without a sleeve.
    3. Sync button (for pairing a controller to a specific console) is now on the outside of the controller. No more opening up the controller to sync it to a console.
    4. You can use all of your sleeves and other peripherals from your other Wii controllers, as this is the same size as the original Wii remote.
    5. This is a genuine Nintendo controller. I have tried non-OEM controllers to save some money, but have not had very good results when doing so (sticking buttons, poor controller response). Stick with the genuine controllers and save yourself some headaches.

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  2. 9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Remote, October 24, 2012
    By 
    Lando101

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    Just got them in the mail, and can already tell its an improvement over my original white Wii remotes I bought on launch day 2006. I decided to buy these Wii U branded ones because most new Wii/Wii U games require the MotionPlus technology. I also decided to get it to match the new black deluxe Wii U I preordered. Some points of interest: The new Wii U remotes have a sync button exposed on outside cover of the remote(very nice), as well as textured B button and a “chalky” d pad and back cover to the remote. Feels different but in a good way. Would recommend to current Wii users who need another controller or who simply want to upgrade, as well as future Wii U users like myself. Nintendo always has made the best remotes and continues to impress. I got to try the Wii U gamepad and its exceptional as well. Buy only first party accessories for Nintendo systems, its well worth the money.

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  3. 8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    No Exposed Sync Button, November 17, 2012
    By 
    Lunatic

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 

    I purchased 3 of these from Best Buy today (Black, White and Blue), hoping to replace my old remotes that did not have the Motionplus built in and were harder to sync. I opened the black one, and it did NOT have the exposed sync button advertised. The packaging looked exactly as it does here, with the Wii U branding on it, but it was just a regular Wii Remote Plus inside. There is no mention of the sync button change on the packaging either. I returned them, but seeing as every review I see online mentions the new sync button change, I hope that if I buy another in the future it will have the change. Perhaps since the packaging makes no mention of the change, they are just filling all the new boxes with Wii Remote Pluses, old and new? It was frustrating, and nobody in the store even knew what I was talking about when I mentioned it.

    **UPDATE!**
    So it turns out that SOME of the boxes have the old model and SOME have the new ones. The boxes with the NEW model have the letters “USZ” written in small letters on the TOP flap in the upper right-hand corner (you can actually see this if you zoom in on the product image), and the surface of the boxes are glossy, while the boxes with the OLD model have a matte surface and no letters on the top. I found this information in a forum post, went back to the store and found that half of the boxes had USZ, and the other half didn’t, so I re-bought the remotes with USZ labels and they DO have the external sync button.

    Funny note: It looks like the “external” button is really just a pass-through button on the battery cover to a regular, internal one, so if you took the battery cover and remote sleeve off a new model and put it on an old remote, it would probably allow for “external” syncing on old ones too. Nintendo should sell new battery covers and sleeves so we can use the external sync on old remotes.

    That said, great remote! And no worries to anybody who is concerned about accidentally hitting the external sync button: it’s sunken in such that you can’t even press it without something thin like a pen tip.

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