Wii Control vid for Metal Slug

They say that the Wiimote is supposed to provide us an avenue for new and innovative console gaming experiences. Given how the Wiimote is supposed to work, the “innovative” control scheme makes immediate sense to gamers for games like Red Steel or Wii Sports where your in-game avatar actually waves stuff around. But how about old school styled games; like say Metal Slug? How will the Wiimote work for that?

Yeah we know, we can hear your answers now, we all saw that Wii-experience commercial where a young lady was making Mario jump by flicking the wiimote up and down – a motion a bit foreign to button pressing experts, and could possible take some getting used to. Of course in games like old school Mario, the commands are a bit limited so the “learning time” is a quick.

In SNK Playmore’s Metal Slug, you jump around, crouch, swing your gun around, shoot down enemies, throw grenades… you get the picture. So what are the exact “motions” for those actions? Click on play and learn about the Metal Slug Wiimote control scheme in advance, just so you can cut down the “motion sensing” learning curve.

Via GameVideos

They say that the Wiimote is supposed to provide us an avenue for new and innovative console gaming experiences. Given how the Wiimote is supposed to work, the “innovative” control scheme makes immediate sense to gamers for games like Red Steel or Wii Sports where your in-game avatar actually waves stuff around. But how about old school styled games; like say Metal Slug? How will the Wiimote work for that?

Yeah we know, we can hear your answers now, we all saw that Wii-experience commercial where a young lady was making Mario jump by flicking the wiimote up and down – a motion a bit foreign to button pressing experts, and could possible take some getting used to. Of course in games like old school Mario, the commands are a bit limited so the “learning time” is a quick.

In SNK Playmore’s Metal Slug, you jump around, crouch, swing your gun around, shoot down enemies, throw grenades… you get the picture. So what are the exact “motions” for those actions? Click on play and learn about the Metal Slug Wiimote control scheme in advance, just so you can cut down the “motion sensing” learning curve.

Via GameVideos

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