okay mate , i posted before seeing this, maybe its just different for different people. Maybe my tennis example wasnt the best cos you might not have worried too much about throwin a tennis racket at your mate but the thought of our precious plasmas gettin smashed is making us all super careful?i think so i have found when i play the baseball and the boxing my hands sweat and it slips a bit
While you can do big swings of the wiimote in most cases just flicking it using the wrist has the same effect. For the most part you can sit down and play. The only games so far that may require you to stand up and do a big swing would be golf and baseball in Wii Sports.so is nothing done sat down leisurely? or is it all frantic jumping around ?, if its the latter then its a good job we have concrete floors
Ive had no problems so far. The only problem I have is the fear of it actually happening. My folks were playing on mine today and all I kept saying was "have you got a tight grip of the wiimote" " Make sure you dont drop it". I couldnt help but picture the wiimote flying into my 50" LG. I think some 3rd party will come out with some kind of grip or something at some point which will just ease peoples minds.......Ill be buying one when they do, just so I dont annoy everyone by constantly reminding them to keep a tight grip just in caseAt this risk of going off topic I have to ask, do you think you need a glove/cover for the controller to reduce the risk of throwing it at your plasma??