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Topic: Trouble with Zelda and Metroid Nintendoland

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bwomp

bwomp

1. Posted:

When I try to play 2 player Metroid and Zelda, i get to a point as the game is about to begin where it tells player one to tap the gamepad, and player two to point the remote at the screen, however, nothing happens when I point the wii remote at the screen. Has anyone else had this problem?

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Whopper744

Whopper744

2. Posted:

A couple things I can think of to try :

-Another Wii remote
-Is the sensor bar plugged in?
-Try hitting another button the remote like +, without worry about aiming at the screen.

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CapnPancakes

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3. Posted:

I think you need Wii Motion Plus for those two games.

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bwomp

bwomp

4. Posted:

I have the motion plus. I didnt think you needed the sensorbar for nintendoland. Can anyone confirm?

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TysonOfTime

TysonOfTime

5. Posted:

bwomp wrote:

I have the motion plus. I didnt think you needed the sensorbar for nintendoland. Can anyone confirm?

If you need the Wii Remote for any motion/IR capabilities, yes, you need the sensor bar.

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Whopper744

Whopper744

6. Posted:

TysonQ7 wrote:

bwomp wrote:

I have the motion plus. I didnt think you needed the sensorbar for nintendoland. Can anyone confirm?

If you need the Wii Remote for any motion/IR capabilities, yes, you need the sensor bar.

I'd say that's your problem then. Plug in the sensor bar, and I'd say you are good to go.

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bwomp

bwomp

7. Posted:

Now i feel dumb. I thought it calibrated kind of like the gamepad in the Ninja game. Im really not that stupid. lol.

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bwomp

bwomp

8. Posted:

http://www.cinemablend.com/games/Wii-U-Sensor-Bar-Required-Wi...

I think this is why I thought that.

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Whopper744

Whopper744

9. Posted:

eh don't worry about it. I'm sure you're not the only one who's made that mistake.

That article is misleading too.

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PinkSpider

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10. Posted:

I'm confused why doesn't the Wii U need the sensor bar how does it pick up the wii remotes then?

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TysonOfTime

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11. Posted:

PinkSpider wrote:

I'm confused why doesn't the Wii U need the sensor bar how does it pick up the wii remotes then?

The Wiimotes can connect to the console, but no motion or pointer will be picked up if there is no sensor bar.

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luisesteban

luisesteban

12. Posted:

The first day I've the same problem.

I'd follow thistroubleshooting http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/ts_system.jsp and everything works fine now.

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TingLzStaff

TingLz

13. Posted:

PinkSpider wrote:

I'm confused why doesn't the Wii U need the sensor bar how does it pick up the wii remotes then?

Actually I think the sensor bar is simply two LED lights. The "sensor" is actually in the Wii remote itself :O

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Lan

Lan

14. Posted:

The sensor bar is just two lights. Used as a point of reference for the wiimote's "camera" on the front. Kinda like how the PS move needs the big plastic ball to work. Use a digital camera and look at a wii sensor bar that's turned on.

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