FlingSmash bundle: Best way to buy a new Wii Remote
If you're considering buying a new Wii Remote, now is a good time indeed.
Chances are, if you own a Wii, you're going to need an extra controller sooner or later. Now's an excellent time to get one, since Nintendo has revamped its lineup of Wii Remotes to integrate MotionPlus inside. The new controllers, called Wii Remote Plus, look exactly like the old Wii remotes (check the box to make sure it's the new version), doing away with the
FlingSmash is a 2D, retro arcade-influenced hybrid of Super Mario, pinball, and Breakout, involving the smacking of adorable little puffball mascots into bricks across eight different worlds. It's no
Though the gyroscopic technology inside MotionPlus adds accuracy to the Wii controls, very few Wii games actually make use of it. Wii Sports Resort and Tiger Woods are among the few notables, along with ain 2011. Older Wii owners can live without it unless they're playing one of the aforementioned games, but considering it's ubiquitous in all Wii hardware currently sold, there's a chance more games will use it in the future.
The decision is a no-brainer if you're already in the market for a controller, especially since older Wii Remotes are effectively discontinued. It also happens to be the best version of the Wii Remote yet.
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