GOD DAMN THAT FUCKING HARP!
Edit: because I'm frustrated I'm gonna have a rant. I can't do one of the minigames. Not to spoil it too much but it involves wafting the remote back and forth. This is the only problem I have with motion controls - their margins of error are way off compared to a button press. If something isn't working then you know all you need is a bit of practice. In an archery minigame, if you screw up you know it's because your aim was terrible. Keep at it and you'll conquer it, you only need to consider how accurate you are with a control stick or your timing of pressing a button. And that's the point, you've identified what you need to do to be successful. A button is either pressed in time or it's not. It's a one or a zero. Even a trigger button has a start and an end, the margin of error lies somewhere in between pressing it or not pressing it.
But a waft of the remote can be as long or as short as you can possibly imagine.You can wave it slightly or you can stretch out your arm and move the whole length of your body. you could even throw the damn thing out the window and still it's technically a waft! This makes it very difficult to pinpoint what you need to work on. Am I wafting too much or too little? Even if I managed to discover which, I'm left wondering by how much I need to adjust.
A rhythm game with a button requires timing only. A rhythm game with motion controls requires timing AND motion. FUCK THE FUCKING MOTION.
Edited by Veteran, 20 November 2011 - 06:52 PM.