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Metroid Prime and Wavebird

Discussion in 'Nintendo Forums' started by samwiley, Apr 8, 2003.

  1. samwiley

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    I've noticed that when I don't touch the controls for a few seconds, that the view sometimes starts to drift. When I touch the analogue stick again the view becomes stable again.

    Has anybody else noticed this problem?

    Sam
     
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    nope does your wavebird need resetting? sounds like its off centre.

    on the other hand if you don't touch the control for around ten seconds, Samus' blaster arm lifts up and she checks her systems until you move the controls again.
     
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    Thx, I'll try resetting and see if that helps.
     
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    Reset Controls (turned off, made sure controls are not knocked out of neutral and turned on again) - still same thing happening.

    Any other ideas?
     
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    nope you need to hold down one or two of the buttons as you turn on the cube to properly reset it, do you still have the wavebird instructions? it will be in there somewhere.

    Played Metroid last night and to be honest if you're standing still there is some tiny movement (nothing major though) I think it happens for the same reasons that when enemies die on a slope their bodies slide down it.
     

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