The Nintendo Wii is the most popular game console by far. How can it be? Well, it’s cheaper for one. It’s also the only console that has the Mario and Zelda series.
But most of all, it’s the movement. That’s what the Nintendo Wii brought to the table and it paid off. When you want your character to swing a sword, it’s much more satisfying to swing your own Wii remote than to press a button. It’s the same for bowling, batting or any or the many activities that the Wii remote imitates.
But what happens when your Wii remote doesn’t function properly? Let’s say that your swings take too long to register. Your character will react and move later than you did, so it will miss the target. And in a hectic game, you can’t just move a second or two in anticipation, so that your character will move in time, not to mention that it would make all the natural feeling about it disappear.
However, you don’t need to spend your money in another Wii remote and throw the old one to the garbage. All you need is some basic Wii remote troubleshooting assistance. It will help you solve movement registering problems, as well as stuck buttons, jumping cursors, sticky buttons, etc. A Wii remote troubleshooting guide will also teach you how to give proper maintenance to your Wii remotes so that problems won’t arise.