“There’s tremendous support for Wii MotionPlus. First, what it would highlight is that Wii Sports Resort continues to sell exceptionally well. In addition to that you’re seeing some fantastic third party support. Red Steel 2 …about to come out. And from a first party perspective we showed Fling Smash. There are more titles that are coming, it continues to be a core part of what we do.”Uhuh. You buy it, it's your problem.
“But I guess what’s unique with Nintendo is we don’t force our developers to stick to a particular type of control scheme, and you’ve seen that. Everything from the new Metroid title to be single remote driven to Fling Smash utilizing the Wii MotionPlus. So it’s all about what’s right for the game."
Monday, 22 March 2010
Can't find any titles to play with your snazzy new Wii MotionPlus peripheral? Well it's not like Nintendo force developers to make games that use the extra sensitive controller now is it. Nintendo of America boss, Reggie Fils-Aime explained: