Perfect Shot for Wii (Colors May Vary)
- Wii Remote easily slides into grip and locks into place
- Pistol-like grip comfortably fits in the hand and provides an ergonomic grip for extended game play sessions
- Trigger button allows easy access to B-button with less strain, and pinpoint accuracy
- The accessory pass-through port allows you to use the Perfect Shot and nunchuck or other accessory simultaneously.
- One hand remains free to operate the Nunchuk or other attachments simultaneously
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Get into the game like never before with the Perfect Shot for Wii. The Perfect Shot is ideal for shooting games on the Wii and is fully compatible with all software designed for the Wii Zapper. The Perfect Shot is designed for one handed operation, giving a pistol-like grip for all your shooting games. The accessory pass-through port also allows for use of Nunchuks and other accessories while the Wii Remote is docked in the Perfect Shot. The tactile trigger also provides a smooth, natural activation of the B-button for less hand strain.
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don't allow you to change control maps (house of the dead).
It's fun and it feels nice.
I have a big projector screen, which is awful for trying to calibrate Wii remotes. This means
that I have to look at the cursor on screen as opposed to looking down the barrel of this gun.
When it comes to the immersion factor I'd probably be just as happy with a $6 Zapper.
If you have a really big TV or projector screen then this isn't worth the money.
The plastic housing is light, which is nice because the remotes are heavy enough--I can use this for several hours at a time without my hands growing tired. The trigger is spring-loaded (so it has decent action) and it connects well with the "B" trigger button on the remote.
The only reason that I didn't give a five-star rating is because of slightly poor construction or quality control. Generally they work very well, and I have no problems when the remotes are correctly in place. I have four of these, and at least one has minor troubles with the track. On occasion it is difficult to slide the remote into place and get it to connect properly with the pass-through port. When this happens I need to play with it for a few minutes to get it into place.
All things considered I am quite happy with my purchases. I have used these for the past three years without issue. If I ever broke one I would happily order a replacement.
As for drawbacks, the guns are a bit heavy and so your wrists do get tired, and even pulling the trigger takes more effort than the remote alone. I know that sounds silly, but when you are blasting away at thousands of on-coming zombies, you need all of your strength. It also makes it more difficult to use the other buttons on the Wii remote, but as they don't come into play that often with House of the Dead that hasn't been too much of a hindrance. It is also worth noting that you have to strip your remote to use the guns, which means taking off both the gripper and the wrist strap.
I finished "House of the Dead 2 & 3" pretty quickly with these new guns, so now I am on the hunt for a new game I can use them with. Some drawbacks aside, the Perfect Shot guns are a lot of fun and I definitely look forward to using them with some new games.
So I took a screwdriver to it and undid all the screws and popped out the spring that was stiff and now while it might rattle a little bit, it works brilliantly! I'm ordering another one and will modify that one as well. Yes I know that it voids the warranty, but so what? It's way easier to shoot with and my wifes scores went waaaay up as did mine on Ghost Squad. We will be trying in out on Link's Crossbow later. Just be careful when you take out the screws to be gentle and only pry it open enough to remove the spring which is located on the top of the unit where the Wiimote slides in, the spring is near the back. Also be careful taking the orange brace at the end off so that it doesn't break the little nubs that hold it in place.
Great unit, I highly reccomend it.
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What I like:
- Sturdy enough
- A gun controller is a must for games like House of the Dead, and this works
- Feels fine in the hand (although slightly heavy for kids)
What I don't like
- Not sure if it's a Wii or gun problem, but the targeting does not line up with the physical sight on the gun, despite attempts at recalibration. This means you need to watch the crosshair on the screen pretty closely, or your aim will be off
- Pretty fiddly to actually fit the wiimote in there, and a very snug fit when you do - so a shiny wii remote comes out with a few marks from the gun casing
Overall, decent price and does the job - no regrets purchasing. I feel like there must be better models out there, though.
Be warned - this gun is seriously addictive, you'll end up using for such long periods you'll end up with trigger ache!!
Only reservation about recemending it is the orange clip that holds the wii-mote in is very flimsy and one snapped off on one of my pistols and without the wii-mote falls out constantly and the trigger doesnt contact properly.
Other then that the best gun i've tried so far.
The gun is comfortable in the hand and the trigger is accurately relayed to the WII remote's B button.