Summary: First, it's hard to fit the Wii remote into the thing. Removing the soft grip isn't that big a deal, but having to take off the safety strip and then force the remote into place is a pain. And after doing all this you have to hold the 'barrel' in order to do much of anything with the remote itself. The 'trigger' hits the "B" button just fine, but that isn't enough to navigate menues or pause for a moment.
One of the few accessories that just is not perfect for us...
12 October 2012
Summary: Cool concept, but the application just did not cut it for us. The sighting is off, it does not zero when looking down the barrel's sight. The trigger is just not friendly. Went back to classic style controller with toggle and nunchuck. Oh well, we tried. At least it was not a big expense.
Summary: This is a wonderful accessory for the Wii. It's lightweight, solid, and very easy to insert/remove controller. Trigger has a good feel, and the gun fits very well in my hand. I would definitly recommend.
Summary: With a limited number of Wii "pistols" out there and wanting to avoid the two handed guns, I got two of these. They work great! They hook in nicely and the orange latch keeps the remote from moving around inside the gun.
Summary: When it comes to the Wii, some of my favorite games are those with realistic peripherals (namely weapons and instruments). The perfect shot is large enough to hold the wii-mote, and adds a light gun feel to shooting-based games. The Wii remote slides into place on a track and is held down with an orange ring in the front that flips up. The nun-chuck port is passed through to the bottom for games that require.
Summary: I bought this gun accessory to play Chicken Riot and House of the Dead on Wii. After about 5 minutes into game play, I realized that this was way more tiring than I had anticipated. About to give up, I tried playing the games without the accessory. The difference was night and day. The trigger on the gun is hard to squeeze and having to press A on the gun while holding with both hands was a pain. Don't buy this to play shooting games.
Summary: The good thing about this product is that it is inexpensive, so you won't feel too ripped off when you realize it's not a good buy. I also like the feel of the trigger. The PerfectShot performs as advertised, but my big complaint is that the sights don't zero with the screen. Because of this it is very unnatural to use as when you go to shoot something, your natural reaction is too look down the sights and pull the trigger. When you do this your shot is way off target.
Summary: After playing House of the Dead 2 and 3 with the Wii-mote gave us sore wrists, my boyfriend and I decided it would be a good idea to buy a couple of gun controllers. After some research, I bought two Perfect Shots; the price was right, and it had the largest number of positive reviews. I cannot even BEGIN to express how much easier first person shooters are to play with this controller! And so much more fun!