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    Zappies launch the Wireless Nunchuck for Wii

    Zappies Ltd has announced the exclusive UK release of The Nunchuk Wireless Kit, for the Nintendo Wii, which allows you to play without being limited or restricted by the Remote to Nunchuk cable.
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    Re: Zappies launch the Wireless Nunchuck for Wii

    Not sure, looks clumpy to me. Playing Rayman I'd be scared of it slipping out the holder!

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    Re: Zappies launch the Wireless Nunchuck for Wii

    Great, more batteries to drain...that looks far more cumbersome than the wire ever was anyway. I think I'll be giving this one a miss...

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    Re: Zappies launch the Wireless Nunchuck for Wii

    Wireless rice flails?
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    Re: Zappies launch the Wireless Nunchuck for Wii

    Quote Originally Posted by Lanky123 View Post
    Great, more batteries to drain...that looks far more cumbersome than the wire ever was anyway. I think I'll be giving this one a miss...
    quite right! that's a very silly thing indeed

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