cORilliEN wrote:The wii version will have the wii-mote as light saber advantage but they're not going to be able to have the same level of physics and graphics (duh).
Plus, I've heard that while the wii-mote as saber thing can be cool, they're not doing a one-to-one deal with it. In other words, the lightsaber on screen won't track exactly what you do with the wii-mote, but will allow you to have a bunch of basic moves (swing left/right, up/down, diagonal, etc.).
Watching the trailer, the way some of the force powers and animations that of seemed to work, I had myself convinced that all that force gripping and big explosion thing would be wii-mote wii-mote wii-mote.
Fuck getting it if it'll just be another tacky swing wiimote+hurt wrist to attack.