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Posted 11 February 2013 - 17:15
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My quick guess is he is holding the Wiimote the wrong way. if he was pointing it like a wand, and not holding it sideways for example, I think that may force Iron Man to just go in circles no?
Posted 11 February 2013 - 21:17
Sure calibration would help. Holding it the right way would probably help more though.
That is exactly what I thought. I have no clue though if Ironman is directed by the direction of the wiimote. My sister is too ignorant about consoles to answer my questions, and well, you know how very young kids explain things.... I can't make any sense from that
If the character is controlled via how you face the wiimote.... would a little calibration probably be the answer? I can walk her through that over the phone I'm sure
Taken from the Amazon page for the game.
Only big downside for me is flight controls require aiming both Wii remote & Nunchuk. If you're not 100% focused on what each hand is doing you'll have a hard time steering while in flight mode.