Wii Magnum Gun

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Wii Magnum Gun

FEATURED Wii Magnum Gun

  • Wii Magnum Gun
  • Gives It a Feel of Authenticity with Its Life Like Mold
  • Its Lightweight Material Makes It Comfortable for Extended Play
  • Palm Fitted Virtual Distinct Toy Gun
  • White Plastic/Smooth Grip and Texture

CTA DIGITAL WI-LG Wii Magnum Gun. With this palm fitted virtual gun, no enemy is safe in your crosshairs. Its gives it a feel of authenticity with its life like mold, yet cannot be mistaken for a real gun with its white plastic facade. Its smooth grip and texture along with its lightweight material makes it comfortable for extended play. Simply by placing the remote in the top cradle of the gun, you are ready to engage in virtual combat, all you have to do is aim and shoot.

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  1. 33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than the other wii gun attachments so far., September 3, 2007
    By 
    Tristan Callender (BROOKLYN, NEW YORK United States) –
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    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Wii Magnum Gun (Video Game)
    This Wii Gun is quite fun once you get used to it. Using it is a bit heavier then using the plain wii remote by itself but you’ll get the hang of it. The little extra weight may slow your hand movement a bit, but it also helps steady your shoots a bit at the same time. Pulling the trigger to press the B button also takes getting used to since it takes a few milliseconds to pull the trigger to active the B button then pressing the button without the gun, but that can be fixed (tape anyone). With most wii shooter game out right now like the shooting game in Wii Play or the Boo mini-game in Super Paper Mario, you can press the B button instead of the A button to shoot. So if there’s a shooter game that only use the A button to shoot, then you’re out of luck. Pay no attention to the other review that says that this can’t work with a nunchunk. Underneath the handle of the gun is a slot that you can plug in the nunchunk, so game such as Elebits and Red Steel will be no problem. Plus since the whole nunchunk is not attached directly to the gun, you can move them both separately. One other thing worth mentioning is that using the Wii Gun for too long can cause cramping in the finger but nothing too serious. Overall this is not a necessity but if you need a gun attachment to feel more in the game and can’t wait for the Nintendo Wii Zapper, This is the one.

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  2. 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Room for improvement, November 23, 2007
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    E. Marquez (Houston, TX) –
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    = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Wii Magnum Gun (Video Game)
    I purchased two of these light guns to use with my new Resident Evil : Umbrella Chronicles game. It works. You use the nunchuck to collect items, recharge weapon, change weapons, and avoid obstacles. You use the gun simply to press the “B” button which acts as a firing trigger. It feels a little heavy on your hand. The first issue that I noticed was that in order to fire, you had to press the trigger completely in. After a few hundred bullets, your finger will get a bit tired with the constant friction against the lower side. I switched fingers but gave up on the gun after a few chapters. After a few levels, my index finger was sore. When a friend came over to play, he gave up on the gun as well. I placed a small cloth piece underneath the wii remote to give it a more sensitive triggering mechanism. This helped somewhat, but after a few dozen times, the remote starts coming off the gun. I thought a rubberband would help with this, but decided to just ask for a refund instead.

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  3. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    With 1 modification, it’s the BEST Wii gun attachment!, March 19, 2009
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    Jeffrey R. Mangibin (San Francisco, CA) –
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    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    I have quite a few (if not all) the gun-based Wii games out there. That includes Ghost Squad, Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles, and both House of the Dead games (2&3 Return and Overkill). I believe this will be the most THOROUGH review on Amazon since I’ve played every game without attachments and with 2 other attachments besides the Wii magnum: the official Wii Zapper and Nyko’s Perfect Shot.

    Now… onto the review.

    The very unfortunate thing about Nintendo’s Wii Zapper is its design: it’s not that comfortable. Some reviews on Amazon (as well as a few video game sites) pointed out that it’s fine, as it resembles the shape of a paintball gun, and that using 2 hands steadies your aim. That’s fine. But, unlike a paintball gun, you don’t have to flick it or shake it, which is what causes your arms to get tired after extended hours of play, ESPECIALLY with RE Umbrella Chronicles and HotD: Overkill, which have gameplay elements that REQUIRE you to shake the Wii remote as an attack.

    After playing with the Wii Zapper, I felt I needed something else more arcade-style. So, I borrowed the Nyko Perfect Shot from a friend to try it out before wasting more money. While it’s designed quite well, there’s 2 problems: 1) the molding is TIGHT, so you have no choice to take off the wrist strap to put it in and 2) the gun’s TRIGGER! It’s spring loaded AND there’s quite a bit of space between pulling the trigger and the actual click of the remote trigger. Your index fingers will get tired after just 10-15 minutes of continuous shooting.

    Then… I found the Wii Magnum from browsing Amazon. Looked nice (and cheap, too!) so I picked one up. It pretty much operated like the Perfect Shot (trigger and all). But, unlike the Nyko gun, I was able to disassemble the magnum with ease, and REMOVE the spring from the trigger. Doing this is ESSENTIAL, as it gives you the best features of the Zapper and Perfect Shot.

    Meaning?

    You’ll get the same responsive trigger from the Zapper with the shape and comfort of the Perfect shot. PLUS, you don’t have to take the strap off! There are small crevaces that allow you to dangle the strap off the sides (and still let you put it on, if you choose) VERY COOL!!

    Rating:

    With the spring- C+
    Without the spring- A

    Take advice from a devoted gamer… this is the gun to get.

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