43 Replies Latest reply on Feb 2, 2013 10:02 AM by kweagle RSS

    It is absolutely critical that the next patch addresses MOST of the remaining Wiimote issues.



      I appreciate the work that has been done thus far in improving the Wiimote, I do, but the next patch needs to fix most of the remaining Wiimote issues. Not just 3 or 4 - most, and it needs to do so without introducing new issues. By the time the next patch rolls around us Wiimoters will have been playing the game for over 3 months, or a quarter of the games' lifetime, without the ability to do basic things like control scorestreaks properly or use Wiimote in Theatre mode.


      I know finding the cause of these issues in the code and fixing them can be tough (I've dabbled in C++, Python and Fortran over the years) so take your time if you need it. What's important is that when it's all said and done, it works, and it works without introducing new issues. I can't stress this enough. Please, for the love of God, test the patch before releasing it. A job done well is a job well done.