The next round of New Play Control games is on the way in Japan. While we don't have final dates yet, Chibi Robo and Metroid Prime 2 Dark Echoes appear to have the honors, as both are featured in this week's Famitsu.
The big news is Chibi Robo. While the game was announced as a New Play Control game from the start, the magazine got the scoop on the changes Nintendo is working on for the Wiimake.
You'll be controlling key parts of the game directly with the Wiimote. You can now point at items and people. Do so and the game unleashes a sound, meaning this feature can be used as an indicator of what can be touched and picked up by Chibo Robo. The pointer can also be used to control your viewpoint and make selections from menus.
Wiimote controls have also bee implemented for your Chibi Tools -- the items Chibi picks up to perform chores around the house. These items are controlled directly by shaking and moving the Wiimote.
As for Metroid Prime 2, the magazine doesn't share specifics on what's changed for the New Play Control version, although at the very least, we presume the game will mimic the motion-based controls of the first Metroid Prime New Play Control update.
Both Metroid Prime 2 and Chibi Robo are due for Japanee release some time this year.
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