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It all depends on how it plays out in the end.

Given what Nintendo has shown in its videos, it is all about simplistic, exaggerated moves.

Hopefully, it will be an incredibly sensitive device, but (a) the retail-level hardware does not seem to be there and (b) ther are concerns about it being too sensitive (you shift on the couch, you sneeze, you stretch, etc.)

I know on the PC, I was prone to repetitive motion stress/pain so I, long ago, bumped my mouse sensitivity up to the maximum along with utilizing a pull-out keyboard bay. I now have to only barely move my hand/mouse (left of screen to right of screen is about one inch,) my elbow/arm rests on the chair rest, and the base of my wrist rests on the keyboard tray. Very, very relaxing and no more issues - now going on many years.

My suspicion is that very few games will actually rely on it heavily or only for simplistic, exaggerated things. Or rather, I expect very few will actually use the full three-hundred and sixty degrees of movement.

As ever, time will tell...
Nintendo has some amazing technology or this is fairly simplistic.
Noting controllers can be shifted around quite easily,
Ray

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