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 Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?

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Yuki
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PostSubject: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sat Mar 10, 2012 7:14 pm

My classic controller has recently messed up and I can't afford to buy a new one I was wondering if anyone could give me advice on how to use it. I have been using classic controller since November of 2010 and it's already 2012 so my mind has been hardwired to classic controller. I use every weapon but I mainly use longsword, lance, switch axe, sword and shield, and hammer. Any tips on how to make my transition smoother?
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sat Mar 10, 2012 7:58 pm

Kushala Princess wrote:
My classic controller has recently messed up and I can't afford to buy a new one I was wondering if anyone could give me advice on how to use it. I have been using classic controller since November of 2010 and it's already 2012 so my mind has been hardwired to classic controller. I use every weapon but I mainly use longsword, lance, switch axe, sword and shield, and hammer. Any tips on how to make my transition smoother?
\Lancing is going to be the toughest to transition to because the counter is awkward to perform. The others are pretty simple to transition to.
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sat Mar 10, 2012 8:01 pm

I evade lance and that was still pretty hard I just hunted jho and felt ashamed to call myself a high rank.
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sat Mar 10, 2012 9:52 pm

Well for the wiimote you better hope your thumb is agile and long, because you are going to be moving from the d-pad to the - button in under a second, this applies for all. If you're pinned down shake as hard as you can.
I got more but I'm too lazy to say everything
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sat Mar 10, 2012 9:54 pm

i have small hands so I struggle a lot >.<
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sat Mar 10, 2012 9:56 pm

Kushala Princess wrote:
i have small hands so I struggle a lot >.<
It helps if you have large hands, but u can become agile with your small hands LIKE A NINJA
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sat Mar 10, 2012 9:59 pm

Lol it feels s akward x.x I got so used to classic controller
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sat Mar 10, 2012 10:08 pm

I started with wiimote, don't worry you'll get used to it...
I would suggest make a new profile and play that with wiimote?
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sun Mar 11, 2012 3:41 am

When i first played i didnt have the classic controller. So i looked in the manual to figure out things most of the time. Then i memorized it and played pretty good. The only thing that made me mad at times is when sometimes i would move the controller and it counts as an A button press, i even turned off the option and it still did it.

Anyways it takes more of getting used to except when you dont turn the controller enough to do a certain attack, and you do the wrong one, that got me many times. But you should do well, i got very used to the remote, then i got the classic controller like 2 weeks later, and i sucked at it, i thought it was horrible and the remote was better, but i got used to it and i do very good.

The one thing i really like about the remote is that you can get out of KO ALOT faster, and the mud and stuff just by shaking the remote
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sun Mar 11, 2012 4:27 am

Thank you both I did start new account to get used to wiimote she is currently hr 20+ but I am still struggling thank fully a really close friend is helping me out. And I red the instructions but it doesn't teach me how to deeal with camera controls and such. I guess that is something I will have learn on my own
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sun Mar 11, 2012 9:20 am

I can help with that character now,
But for the camera you push down an arrow on the d-pad not the nunchuk and the screen tilts. My favorite angle is the view when you're about 30 degrees above and behind the hunter
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sun Mar 11, 2012 2:53 pm

@Stabster wrote:
GS, SNS, and Hammer were the easiest weapons for my brother to use on the classic controller. LS was kinda easy, too, but he had some issues with the side slash, sometimes.

Using lance with classic controller seems extremely hard for me.

That is how I feel with once you learn lance relearning it becomes so hard
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Sun Mar 11, 2012 4:00 pm

Yup classic controller messed up two days ago I think I misread what you wrote. I am starting to get used to the camera controls but still hard oh well I am trying my best I guess that is what matters the most.
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Mon Mar 12, 2012 4:17 am

Kushala Princess wrote:
Thank you both I did start new account to get used to wiimote she is currently hr 20+ but I am still struggling thank fully a really close friend is helping me out. And I red the instructions but it doesn't teach me how to deeal with camera controls and such. I guess that is something I will have learn on my own
can i help you too
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Mon Mar 12, 2012 11:21 am

well I will talk about my opinions and I hope I don't get flamed, since those are my preferences after all.

Well I have the classic controller but still using the wiimote, because I like to have my hands free, and is not that hard to twist your wiimote sideways to do another kind of attack, I really prefer to use the wiimote when gunning.

If you have small hands, there should be no problem since the controllers were designed to children play too, since wii got a LOT of games designed exclusively to children.

it's all about practice, and since you looks like a smart girl, you will be like you was with the classic controller in no time, maybe even better!

And if I can give any tip, is to play with your hands resting on your lap, so your arms will not get tired fast, and it's easier to twist the control around!

well thatś in... my 2 cents on the matter.
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Mon Mar 12, 2012 2:26 pm

@crovis wrote:
well I will talk about my opinions and I hope I don't get flamed, since those are my preferences after all.

Well I have the classic controller but still using the wiimote, because I like to have my hands free, and is not that hard to twist your wiimote sideways to do another kind of attack, I really prefer to use the wiimote when gunning.

If you have small hands, there should be no problem since the controllers were designed to children play too, since wii got a LOT of games designed exclusively to children.

it's all about practice, and since you looks like a smart girl, you will be like you was with the classic controller in no time, maybe even better!

And if I can give any tip, is to play with your hands resting on your lap, so your arms will not get tired fast, and it's easier to twist the control around!

well thatś in... my 2 cents on the matter.


I have actually being doing that my arms don't get as tires as when I first started using wiimote.
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Mon Mar 12, 2012 3:10 pm

@crovis wrote:
well I will talk about my opinions and I hope I don't get flamed, since those are my preferences after all.

Well I have the classic controller but still using the wiimote, because I like to have my hands free, and is not that hard to twist your wiimote sideways to do another kind of attack, I really prefer to use the wiimote when gunning.

If you have small hands, there should be no problem since the controllers were designed to children play too, since wii got a LOT of games designed exclusively to children.

it's all about practice, and since you looks like a smart girl, you will be like you was with the classic controller in no time, maybe even better!

And if I can give any tip, is to play with your hands resting on your lap, so your arms will not get tired fast, and it's easier to twist the control around!

well thatś in... my 2 cents on the matter.
It isnt hard to twist your hand, but the problem i had alot is if i wanted to twist it right to do an upward trust on lance, sometimes it would do a normal one, which really messed me up alot. The only thing i like on the remote is that you have vibration, and you can shake out of things way faster.

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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Mon Mar 12, 2012 6:23 pm

The easy fast shaking does help a lot!
I would like to contribute more but I can't think of anything to say
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:13 pm

since the wiimote is really sensitive to movement and if u dont like accidental attacks, u kan always turn it off in the options menu ;)
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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:27 pm

Hmm...I used wiimote all my gameplay and ive never had any troubles o.O
My tip would be to mess around offline for a bit, until you get used to the controls. That way when you get online you wont have any major issues ^^


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PostSubject: Re: Any tips for wiimote to a former classic controller user?   Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:28 pm

@Leonhardt wrote:
since the wiimote is really sensitive to movement and if u dont like accidental attacks, u kan always turn it off in the options menu ;)
I've never done that need to try...
I thought of how to help!
Always be ready for the unexpected you will he surprised how much you will dodge through if you're overly paranoid
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