who gets tired or sore after playing the wii?

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Postby the purifyer » Mon Jan 29, 2007 3:03 am

Well once I played Wii Sports all day. got excited at golf and then got pissed off at baseball. Somewhere in there I pulled a muscle in my arm. Kinda weird since I play violin alot, I'm not really new to moving my arm :-P Just threw it the wrong way I guess :lol:
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Postby Philcom » Mon Jan 29, 2007 2:32 pm

Small flicks aren't really that natural. Some people tend to do much better with the wider movements. For example I tend to do better in the Wii sports bowling by standing up and doing the whole bowling motion. While in tennis I can do it just fine sitting back and using my wrist.
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Postby Ninja Sixshot » Mon Jan 29, 2007 9:08 pm

the purifyer wrote: Just threw it the wrong way I guess :lol:
at least u didnt throw it into the tv(i never did that yet) man i suck at LOZ:TP. i need an f-ing guide
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Postby Gameovermus Prime » Tue Jan 30, 2007 3:59 am

Shadowman wrote:Fun fact #17492β:

Despite what people might tell you, you don't actually need wide, huge, active movements to use a Wiimote. You only need small little flicks.

Sorry if this seems like flaming.


But that's the boring way. Watching people fall about like goons is at least 50% of the Wii fun.
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Postby DARKAGEIS » Thu Feb 01, 2007 3:51 am

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Shadowman wrote:Fun fact #17492β:

Despite what people might tell you, you don't actually need wide, huge, active movements to use a Wiimote. You only need small little flicks.

Sorry if this seems like flaming.


But that's the boring way. Watching people fall about like goons is at least 50% of the Wii fun.


that and the fun of running for cover when someone starts playing.
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Postby Powersurge » Mon Feb 05, 2007 3:47 am

I thought that the commercials were over done!

So you only need small wrist movements really then, i can cope with that, beats sore thumbs!
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