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Sports games problem

We cannot get the sports characters to hit the ball in tennis or baseball or golf the controller is working fine when selecting on screen menus ect also the bowler in ten pin will not release the ball ,we have set the remote sev eral times and it responds ok any ideas please

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Try checking the sensor bar and the controller settings like sensitivity. Have you tried a different remote?

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MVP Baseball 2005



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A Button Swing

BASERUNNING
Control Pad Steal / Choose base destination (press toward base you are trying to steal)
Slide Refer to EA SPORTS Big Play Control in Gameplay below.
C Stick Left/Right = Increase/decrease leadoff.
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B Button Control runner at 3rd
Y Button Control runner at 2nd
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Z Button Advance/stop all runners
R Button Retreat runner
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X Button Throw a pitch
B Button Throw a pitch
Y Button Throw a pitch
White Button (press and hold) + Directional Pad Up/Down (Left/Right to toggle between bullpens and dugouts) = View Bullpen/Dugout menu
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C Stick EA SPORTS Big Play Control
A Button Throw to home (press and hold to power up, release to throw)
X Button Throw to 1st (press and hold to power up, release to throw)
B Button Throw to 3rd (press and hold to power up, release to throw)
Y Button Throw to 2nd (press and hold to power up, release to throw)
R Button Throw to the cut-off man


GamePlay:

EA SPORTS PURE SWING SYSTEM:

The Strike zone is divided into nine colored squares. Red squares mark the batter's hot zones. Blue squares are the batter's cold zones. Clear squares are neutral for the batter.

Take unprecedented control at the plate by moving the Control Stick during your swing.

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-To hit the ball in the air, move the Control Stick Diagonal Up-Left / Up / Diagonal Up-Right while swinging. This increases the chances of hitting a fly ball, but also increases your chances of missing the ball if the pitch isn't up in the zone.
-To hit the ball on the ground, move the Control Stick Diagonal Left-Down / Down / Diagonal Right-Down while swinging. Keep in mind that high pitches are very difficult to hit on the ground.
-To hit the ball to the left, move the Control Stick Diagonal Left- Down / Left / Diagonal Up-Left while swinging. For the best results, use this when the pitch is coming in on the left side of the plate.
-To hit the ball to the right, move the Control Stick Diagonal Right-Down / Right / Diagonal Up-Right while swinging. For the best results, use this when the pitch is coming in on the right side of the plate.

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you sensor bar is likely not working write because the wii contrl was going to fast and to close to it at the same time + the impackt must have hurt the main cesor inside of it

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