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Yes, but note that both games require the Nunchuck attachment as well. Requirements Twilight Princess requires any kind of Remote, and a Nunchuck attachment. Skyward Sword requires a Remote, MotionPlus, and a Nunchuck attachment. Controllers There are two versions of the original Remote (or "Wiimote"): The original Remote has more limited motion ...


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These devices certainly can work, I've got a third party Wii remote with motion plus, and it does get recognized in game as such, however the build quality is lower. Not terribly so, but certain buttons don't feel quite right. It comes down to the quality of the specific device and your personal willingness to put up with the specific quality issues, but ...


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In addition to Rainbows, you can also buy a Red/Yellow/White to HDMI converter (which every HDTV got). They are just somewhat (well a LOT) more expensive: eBay Amazon It just isn't possible with the input sockets you photographed.


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If the TV doesn't have the Red, White & Yellow sockets located elsewhere, you won't be able to use it Those sockets are for component, not standard definition If you you have a scart socket though and have one of these around: Scart You will be able to then use it or you can use a converter to allow it to play through a HDMI socket, only around $20 ...


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There are several 3rd-party adapters that claim to support the Wii. Personally, I used to use a Rocketfish Ethernet-to-USB adapter that worked just fine on my Wii. It looks like BestBuy has it for $7 + Shipping, although I originally got mine off Ebay for ~$20. I would avoid generic Ethernet-to-USB adapters that don't specify compatibility, although they ...



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