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Perfect Shot Gun For Wii (Colours May Vary)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
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4.2 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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  • Traditional one handed pistol-like grip
  • Tactile trigger activates the "B" button
  • Aiming sight increases accuracy
  • Wii Remote easily slides into grip and locks into place
  • Accessory pass through port for other attachments like the Nunchuk and Classic Controller
  • One hand remains free to operate the Nunchuk or other attachments simultaneously
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000X2RKOO
  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 16.3 x 5.8 cm ; 200 g
  • Release Date: 28 Mar. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,514 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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We highly recommend it as a Zapper alternative' 9.3/10 Score -- IGN


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I love light gun games, but after buying Link's Crossbow Training, I must confess I was a little disappointed with the official Wii Zapper shell. Luckily, this little beauty has come to my rescue. So, why is it so great?

First of all, this is a serious piece of kit: it's big enough to feel more like an arcade lightgun than your normal weedy home console gun, and with the Wii Remote plugged in, it has a satisfying and well balanced weight to it (once I'd picked it up, I didn't want to put it back down - it just feels very "right"). I'd probably even recommend against buying this for a kid, because I think smaller hands might struggle with the size.

Secondly, unlike most of the other cheap and nasty third-party gun shells doing the rounds, the Perfect Shot allows you to plug a nunchuk into the bottom, meaning that you can happily play games like Ghost Squad, Link's Crossbow Training and House of the Dead, which have control layouts based around the Wii Zapper.

Finally, the perfect shot outdoes the official Wii Zapper in just about every way possible: the trigger (which presses on the Wii Remote "B" button using a spring loaded mechanism) is tight and responsive, with none of the sponginess or missed shots that the Wii Zapper suffers from; the classic pistol grip means less of the achey arm syndrome caused by the "tommy gun" set up of the Wii Zapper and plugging a nunchuk into the bottom of the gun shell means you don't need to do any of the winding up and hiding cables that can make using the Wii Zapper quite annoying.

My only (very minor) gripe is that plugging your remote into the shell isn't quite the "slide-and-go" affair that the instructions would have you believe - parents, you might wanna help the little ones to avoid them breaking anything.
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Got this lightgun to go with Ghost Squad.
In my view, it is 'perfect'!
Good weight & balance with a nice trigger action.
No need to look further, this is the one!
Cant wait to try it on Call of Duty 4 for the Wii.
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I've wanted this item after seeing it featured on IGN many months ago, and have looked everywhere since, then it turned up here on Amazon!
It is a seriously sturdy piece of kit, perfect for anyone looking to replicate the light gun arcade games in their home.
What this gun offers over just using the remote alone is twofold;
firstly, the shape. It's a gun. The trigger is where it should be and feels very robust, with a spring mechanism to reduce failed shots.
secondly, it has a target sight behind the "barrel". What this means is that it can be calibrated on certain games to act just like a light gun, meaning you have to aim the gun rather than just move a cursor around on the screen until it goes where you need it to. On games like "House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return" you can calibrate the aim, and then turn off the on-screen cursor, so the only way to shoot is to aim down the barrel old school style, and it works perfectly.
The best peripheral on the market for on-rails shooters.
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This is an essential if you want to play any light gun games on wii. the official zapper was a dissapointment, although it was suited to Link's crossbow training. it actually works. i've heard bad things about other 3rd party guns. so i would stick to this one. definately worth getting if you're going to play umbrella chronicles or ghost squad.
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I think these are the best guns for the wii, i have used a few now and these seem perfectly weighted so just sit in your hand right, not too heavy and you can play for a good few hours without your hands getting to tired, am very happy with my purchace, i would happily purchace these guns again as they are so good,
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When I got this I'd been very used to the wii zapper and links crossbow training, i played links crossbow training for about 10 mins to see if i could get used to it with no luck. The day after I got Resident Evil Umbreller Chronicles and decided to play it using the perfect shot, it was amazing and I really liked it, up untill about 3 hours of playing when my finger began to ache, this can be expected though from excessive play. Apart from slight finger ache and the fact that its impossible for the sight to ever line up with the screen perfectly Its rather good
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Does the job but the 'Shoot Active Venom' is better and half the price. The venom has a Walther P99 type grip and fits the hand much better than the Colt45 type grip of the 'Wii perfect shot'. Even though I have largish hands the 'perfect shot' feels slightly too wide (not too much of a problem but as an ex full bore pistol shooter I'm a bit fussy!). Design of both is the same apart from that.
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I've made it my own personal mission to test out every single pistol peripheral for the Wii and determine the best one for myself. So far the Nyko Perfect Shot is way up there are my second favourite, next to the rather expensive custom shell I own (although it is hard to beat something that has been weighted, moulded and assembled to my unique specifications!).

I bought the Nyko Perfect Shot for use with Resident Evil: Umbrella/Darkside Chronicles, in which it performs excellently. I have also tested it with House of the Dead: Overkil (excellently) and Link's Crossbow Training (moderately). After testing some very cheap, uncomfortable and unbalanced devices, the Perfect Shot delivers on four key aspects:

Comfort - 5/5
It fits nicely into my hand (I've heard complaints that it's a bit chunky, but I have average sized hands and fingers for an 18 year old male and I had no trouble) and there are no imperfections or intruding edges to cause discomfort. The trigger isn't too stiff and again there are no awkward edges or imperfections in the plastic to irritate my trigger finger (I'm looking at you Wii Zapper!).
It isn't tiring to hold either (I manage two or three hours on Umbrella Chronicles before the usual shoulder ache and forearm spasms kicked in) and it's weighted quite nicely (although when the sensor bar is below the TV it can feel top heavy in the position I held it in). The trigger is tight but not stiff, springy but not spongey. Whilst the average gamer might have an achey trigger finger after half an hour, lightgun lovers will find it most comfortable.

Assembly - 4/5
Nice and straighforward.
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