Randy M or rmsk8r05 here......for some reason. I'm either posting my own artwork and photos or other people's work. I will delete followers if it says account deactivated beside your user name; you're either here or you're not.
Credit is due to other people's work if I know where and who it comes from.
For a guy that isn't that social, sure loves these social networks.
To tell you the truth, I was never good at doing this trick in other Super Mario games.
My first Splinter Cell since Double Agent on the Wii which was mistake to play it on because motion controls in a 3rd person view that requires precision; not the Wii’s strength. Blacklist was very intense experience, had me sweating at some portions while I was trying to clear a room full of bad guys. Being able to tackle situations in anyway that you want was pretty cool as well. But I don’t think Sam Fisher was more flexible as Batman; getting corner but armored goons in battle armor usually led to my death if I didn’t pick the right gadgets. What bugs me more is that there was no split screen or dual screen support for multi-player on the WiiU. My nephew want to play with me and I had to explain that split screen was only for the PS3/Xbox 360. The only game that I had that supported dual screen play was Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Other than that, Blacklist was pretty good.
So I was complaining about the thumbstick/face button place of the WiiU controller the other night. Also I wished that there was 3rd party pro controller that was mapped like the ps3/xbox 360 controller. Enter the Biogenik WiiU controller which I bought from EB games for $40. As you can see, the Y/X/B/A buttons are where they should be like the Xbox controller. Plus the rubberized grips feel comfortable.They more easier to press then the gamepad and Nintendo’s own pro controller. Biogenik’s WiiU controller made playing Splinter Cell: Blacklist more enjoyable in my opinion. However it doesn’t really have that same sturdy feel as Nintendo’s controller and the thumb sticks; while grooved in the middle, feel kind of slippery. Still its nice to have option that is familiar to other controllers out there on the WiiU for the moment.
I’ve decided to give Splinter Cell: Blacklist a go on the WiiU and can’t say that enjoyed it. My problem stems from the controls: I’m not sure its the game itself or the WiiU controller. It has been ten months and I’m still not use to either the pro controller or gamepad. If only the thumb stick was set lower on the controller like the xbox 360/ps3. I feel that I’m trying really remember where all the buttons are mapped to; especially with the gamepad itself. Now if only some third party peripheral manufacture would make a pro controller that was mapped like the Xbox 360 controller.