Question about Nintendo Wii Console
My wii remote let's me set up a game but once the game comes on, like bowling, it won't let me swing and release the ball.
If the remote sensor doesnt work, then it wont register with the game console. there is sort of an accelerometer in a wii mote that can sense the changes in angle and height and things like that. that accelerometer could be broken due to dropping of the controller(unlikely) or overshaking(very unlikely) or just bad production(sort of likely). just call the nintendo customer service and confirm the problem with the controller and ask if it is possible to refund the item for a new one or you could just buy a new wii mote. also, you could try using a friends wii mote to make sure that your system is recognizing the controller.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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