Summary: The remote works great. The sync button is hidden behind the battery cover though. On the newer remotes, you can access the sync button through the battery cover. My children have not tried the game yet.
Pros: Great works like it should. We bought a new black wii and the origional wii remotes had to be configured every time u turen it on had to use the black one that came with it to comfigure the other two. This one is wii pluss. Seriosly cant tell the differnce between the orig and pluss models they do the same think not any more or less precise however this remote works fine like it should no config needed great
Summary: This was a great deal - bought this item for less than the remote alone costs. However, please be aware that this version of the Wii mote is not the newest. It does not have the outer "sync" button...you have to take the sleeve off, and open the controller to get to the "sync" button inside. But, still, very happy to have another remote with motion plus built in.
Pros: Well Works Better then my old Wii remotes cuz the old ones were 1st gen Wii. We bought a new black wee and the only one that worked automatically was the black one that came with it. This works right out the box don't have to configure it very happy.
Summary: i never even played this game, although my girlfriend did and she seemed to like it. getting the bundled wii remote with motion plus is what attracted me to this bundle. the game was on sale for less than the cost of a new remote, so it was a nobrainer. snag it if you can find it at the right price.
Summary: For the price it's okay, I guess. But Nintendo is really gouging the consumer with the WR+ cost. I found that the Memorex WR+ works just as well, with nicer buttons and even lighting on it. I only got this because it was cheaper than purchasing a stand-alone WR+, and Flingsmash is an okay game, but really not worth mentioning as I've seen it. If you can, go for the Memorex if it's cheaper than this one.