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Wii Nunchuk Controller  - White

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Wii Nunchuk Controller - White - 3rd party

Hassle-free packaging - no hard plastic/box. The Nunchuk controller for Wii and Wii U is a secondary controller that adds even more innovation to the next generation of gaming; it connects to the Wii Remote for game play. Compatible with Wii console and Wii U console. Used in conjunction with the standard Wii remote, certain games need the Nunchuk controller for additional control options. It features the same motion-sensing technology enabled in the Wii Remote controller, with an analog stick and two buttons to assist in character movement. Use it to move your characters and have them perform all kinds of specific actions -- whether it's throwing a pass in football or aiming a ranged weapon in an action game.

The Nunchuk controller connects to the Wii Remote controller at its expansion port and is used in conjunction with the Wii Remote controller.

TIP: Wii Nunchuk Controller is needed to play many games such as Wii Sports Boxing, Wii Sports Resort, Wii Party, Super Mario Galaxy, Madden, Legend of Zelda, Mario Party 8 and more. For these games, both a Wii Nunchuk Controller and a Wii Remote Controller are required.

Customer Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 41 Write a review

speedy service, great prices January 22, 2014
Reviewer: Christine McGuire from STATEN ISLAND, NY United States  
product works great, very pleased

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Could Not be Without December 13, 2013
Reviewer: David Thompson from Port Washington, WI United States  
Nunchuk is the best and always needed when playing Wii.

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A necessary add on August 1, 2013
Reviewer: Shawn McCabe from Fort Dodge, IA  
If you have a Wii, you probably noticed one of these controllers included with your system. Certain Wii games require you to attach a nunchuk to your Wii remote.  I'll admit that when I first saw the nunchuk, I thought it would be impossible to use two controllers at once so I purposefully bought games that didn't need a nunchuk to play. However, I really wanted the Resident Evil 4 game and it required a nunchuk to play. I bought the game anyway, whipped out my nunchuk, and sat down to play. I was extremely surprised how easy it was to use both controllers at once. Of course I had a bit of a rough time for the first 15 minutes of play, but from there it was a breeze. The Resident Evil 4 game needs a nunchuk to use the joystick as well as the two buttons because all of the buttons on the Wii remote have uses and the makers obviously needed more buttons. The boxing game that is included in the Wii sports game uses a nunchuk as well. You can simulate the boxing "stance" using the remote and nunchuk. There are quite a few games that need the nunchuk. Don't shy away from games that need a nunchuk because of how complex it looks. I assure you it's simple to use!

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Good July 26, 2013
Reviewer: Tony Hatcher from Page, AZ  
I love the nunchuck. It really adds much to the gaming experience. You can use it like a reel for fishing, especially in the new Twilight Princess. The analog stick is used to control movements. In Wii Boxing, you use it for your weak arm to throw punches. It has its own motions sensors. I love the nunchuck. The only problem is that it is overpriced. When you have to buy the Wiimote for $40, it its a little steep to buy a nunchuck for another $20, especially since most games will require it.

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essnetial for many wii games July 23, 2013
Reviewer: Paul Rawlins from Amarillo, TX  
The nunchuck is easy to set up. Simply plug it into the base of the Wii remote and you're ready to go. The remote uses sensors. The nunchuck also uses sensors to perform certain actions in games. In Red Steel, for instance, you'll need to use the nunchuck to knock over tables. In The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess you'll need to use it to perform a spinning slash attack.  
On the other hand, the nunchuck is mostly used in games where you'll find yourself having to move your character around. The nunchuck has a control stick for this reason. It also has a C button and Z button that can be used in many games. These buttons, as well as the motion sensor, are very responsive. The better part? The nunchuck doesn't take batteries. However, it should be noted that the nunchuck attachment will drain the batteries in your wii remote faster.

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