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Did Twilight Princess really do such a great job with the Wii's new motion sensor technogy?

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I think TP was great all the same...but did the motion sensor technogy really make a big difference, in terms of battle and gameplay sequences? And will Nitendo do better with the Motion Sensor with their next Zelda game?

I think they will, and hope so.

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I'd like some more control over sword slashes. I'd also like to be able to move around, FPS style, while aiming the bow, hookshot, and other items.

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TP is a port so what do you expect. The next one will ofc be better.

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It did very well for a Wii title released so early; you know how the major criticism for most Wii games is the use of the Remote. Fishing especially was TP Wii's greatest feature. Like Eyeoftruth said, TP was just a GameCube game with Wii controls, but for what it was, it got the job done.

Zelda Wii will do much better, especially with Wii Motion Plus.

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It did very well for a Wii title released so early; you know how the major criticism for most Wii games is the use of the Remote. Fishing especially was TP Wii's greatest feature. Like Eyeoftruth said, TP was just a GameCube game with Wii controls, but for what it was, it got the job done.

Zelda Wii will do much better, especially with Wii Motion Plus.

Yes I agree, it did good as an import, but I would like to see some inmprovements and no doupt there will be

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