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    motion plus patches

    has any one made a fix to add motion plus support to games or any thing like that?

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    to add motion plus support???? I dont think so.. I think the only way is if it is created by the people who developed the games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shift_Lock View Post
    to add motion plus support???? I dont think so.. I think the only way is if it is created by the people who developed the games.
    Not per se, but there's no one willing to spend his or her time on coding MotionPlus support into a game. Aside from that, the actual gameplay isn't meant to be used with the MotionPlus, so it's gonna get you different physics. When you do that, you're gonna need to get yourself a different engine, and at that point, the game changes and isn't the same game anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBandicootAddict View Post
    Not per se, but there's no one willing to spend his or her time on coding MotionPlus support into a game. Aside from that, the actual gameplay isn't meant to be used with the MotionPlus, so it's gonna get you different physics. When you do that, you're gonna need to get yourself a different engine, and at that point, the game changes and isn't the same game anymore.
    I seriously doubt that it's just a higher resolution gyroscope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zasadar View Post
    adding motion plus support does not require programming physics. Please dont make stuff up.
    Of course it does. MotionPlus extends the axes of the WiiMote, and if the game's engine doesn't support these axes, which they don't, you're gonna need to work on the engine or replace it. The result will be a game that has more movements in it, which can cause interference with the gameplay elements.
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    No sorry the physics you talking about is not the same as what is used to detect motion. You can look up the sdk for vr920 or glovepie it does not require any physics. lol

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    Motion plus would be kind of useless in most games anyways. That's probably why there are only roughly about 20 games that support it. And the others are correct that support would have to be coded into the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zasadar View Post
    No sorry the physics you talking about is not the same as what is used to detect motion. You can look up the sdk for vr920 or glovepie it does not require any physics. lol
    Look, either way, the game and its elements are not developed to be used with a MotionPlus. The MotionPlus does not give you a more steady hand or anything, but more directions you can move in. Most games will either glitch-up, be too easy, get full of bugs or whatever. It's gonna render the game in a state that it wasn't intended to be.

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