I have tiger woods 2009 for the wii. but i hate playing 18 holes and swinging the remote all the time. Is there a way to use the wii controller and not have the motion on or anything?
Should I buy the classic controller?
Also are all games like this for the wii? i hate to have to buy games and have to do the motion everytime.
Okay i know that this will not awnser ur question but the wii is mainly only going to have motion games the only one that i can think of that dosent is super smash bros. and all the regular gamecube games. and also most people like the motion stuff.
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The Wii console has a small door in the front of it that covers the slot for a mini SD card and the red "Sync" button. With the Wave battery in the Wii remote you cannot push the corresponding "sync" button on the remote with your finger but there is a small hole that you can poke something thin like a paper clip through to push the button.
Push the red button on the Wii console and use a paper clip to push the button on the Wii remote. Both buttons do not have to be pushed at exactly the same time, there can be a few seconds delay.(This may take a few tries as the "sync" button is a bit hard to hit on the remote though the small hole.) All four lights on the remote should blink a few times then only the first light to the left will stay solid indicating that the remote is synced. If the lights blink and then all turn off, try to sync again.
First, I would check the batteries in the Wii Remote. Low batteries will make the Wii Remote signal flicker. After that, I would re-sync the Wii remote by opening the back of the remote and pressing the sync button, after you turn the Wii on, of course.
If you're wii remote works as a pointer but not when swinging it then it is a problem with the accelerometer inside the wii remote and not the infra red bit on the end. Good news is its usually just stuck as mine was. Nintendo recommend turning the remote upside down and giving it a few taps on the palm of your hand. Worked on mine and saved me £30 as i was about to buy a new one.
wen you go to play a muliplayer game and the second remote won't turn on automatically wen a button is pressed then with the player one remote go onto the wii menu then go onto wii remote settings ( at the bottom of the screen) then click on reconnect press 1 and 2 at the same time on the player one remote after a while it will turn on the do the same thing with the player 2 remote and it should turn on afer a few seconds