The +/- and 1 and 2 buttons aren't readily available when holding the wiimote in shooting position anyway, so the perfect shot should be just as usable as a Wiimote, or even easier due to the ability to use the second hand to push those buttons.Dash Kappei said:I'm a bit worried by this:
You use the Wii Remote to aim at the screen, with the trigger used for firing and a quick shake for reload. You can obviously also use the Wii Zapper, but with 1 and 2 used for weapons, as well as + and - for special items, it could become a little convoluted.
Perfect Shot bye-bye? Hope not 'cause it would be maybe even a deal-breaker for me :-/