Little elves silently fixed Wii-mote strap, but Nintendo ain’t telling

thicker is better

Hmmm…there’s nothing like a silent, yet efficient worker. After a truckload of complaints regarding the Wii’s flimsy and faulty Wiimote strap, which led to not but a few of broken windows and TVs among other things, here now comes some photo evidence that Nintendo just might have tweaked it a bit for the better.

Apparently, the ones sold in Australia boast of a thicker strap compared to those sold in the U. S. and Japan. While Nintendo chooses to keep mum over the speculation that they had little elves sneak in to fix the straps, they did say that they “are evaluating the wrist strap to determine how to minimise the risk of breakage when a player lets go of their controller during enthusiastic gameplay.”

Well, regardless of whether or not they’ll admit to the deed, what’s important is they acted upon the problem. Hopefully there’ll be no more broken Wii fun on account of the strap.

Via eurogamer

thicker is better

Hmmm…there’s nothing like a silent, yet efficient worker. After a truckload of complaints regarding the Wii’s flimsy and faulty Wiimote strap, which led to not but a few of broken windows and TVs among other things, here now comes some photo evidence that Nintendo just might have tweaked it a bit for the better.

Apparently, the ones sold in Australia boast of a thicker strap compared to those sold in the U. S. and Japan. While Nintendo chooses to keep mum over the speculation that they had little elves sneak in to fix the straps, they did say that they “are evaluating the wrist strap to determine how to minimise the risk of breakage when a player lets go of their controller during enthusiastic gameplay.”

Well, regardless of whether or not they’ll admit to the deed, what’s important is they acted upon the problem. Hopefully there’ll be no more broken Wii fun on account of the strap.

Via eurogamer

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