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Old 02-06-07, 05:24 PM   #13
Lyme
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Default Re: wii classic controller or gamecube wavebird controller

I have three wii-motes, and if you try to start the system with a different one than the last used it sometimes will go for a loop. As well starting the system with a low battery thing is annoying too.. the lights just flash, or don't flash.

Don't get me wrong, love playing on my Wii and my 360.. just irritating is all.
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Old 02-07-07, 12:15 AM   #14
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Default Re: wii classic controller or gamecube wavebird controller

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I have three wii-motes, and if you try to start the system with a different one than the last used it sometimes will go for a loop. As well starting the system with a low battery thing is annoying too.. the lights just flash, or don't flash.
Ah, I only have one wiimote ( Hurry up WiiPlay) so I wouldn't run into that. Never had an issue with low batteries, but I've only had to change them maybe three times so far so I might have just been lucky.
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Old 02-07-07, 10:59 AM   #15
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Default Re: wii classic controller or gamecube wavebird controller

Got my wavebird yesterday. It works fine when you have the ?dongle? and the controller set to the same freqency. Played a bit of mario 64 on my Wii with it, felt and played just like the wired controller.
Also received my component cable for the Wii from play-asia http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-...j-70-1rch.html the picture for the Wii is noticable improved in 480p. On the downside the cable is only around 8' long and I would have preferred 10'
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