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twistedcellz said:
theRepublic said:

What!?  This is the first time I have ever heard anyone complain about the Nunchuck.  Well, other than they wish it had better motion sensing.

Anyway, I'm a little confused as to the complaints about using the Wii Remote only for this game.  Granted, I try not to follow games too closely before I can get my hands on it myself, but from what I have seen, it looks like movement is limited to a plane and in first person mode you can't move anyway.

Ask people who own ps3 or xbox 360, they'd tell you that they hate holdin 2 piece of controller to play a game. Thats why me and my friends sometimes laugh at peoples that say they're pros at brawl with the nunchuck and wiimote.

I still think its stupid that Nintendo (Sakamoto) doesnt want to support all the controller the Wii offers.Sin and Punishment does it,brawl and mario kart 2, there's nothin wrong with more option even tho I prefer the Wiimote only to the Nunchuck.

You have strange friends then.  The people I know love being able to hold their hands in any position they want while playing.  A two part controller is a big advantage.

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