*Ya, Wiimote will actually lower your options in he level play your cross up mobility and other key game mechanic will not work on wiimote. * -
im gonna second this notion. i use a wiimote only, and it is HARD, once you get past super noob status. it actually takes (here come the torches) more skill to play at a pro level using a wiimote, without being a spamturtle. i sorta niched myself into the wiimote, but if you CAN get a classic pad, it’s worth it. if you dont get one with the game, get one fast, or else the learning curve is nasty. i came out of cvs2 and i had a hard time going form ps2 controller action, to wiimote-simple weirdness then back to the classic controller format only to find i did not have punches or kicks, but only l-m-h strengths with variable dependents, like direction and rotation. this game is more complex than your initial impressions let on, and getting a classic controller is the fastest way to start figuring it out. (or a stick)
also, maybe my controller is bunk, but i cant get my wiimote (simple mode) to crush, i was under the impression that this was just a trade off in simple mode, is this incorrect?
battle: i’ll give you a good fight with a wiimote. let me find my player number and i’ll pm u