Nintendo Wii Zapper

59
Global
Score
59

It might work in a pinch, but you wouldn't want to use it regularly.

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Eurogamer says:

"It just feels more fun" is a wooly reason to recommend the Wii Zapper when the Wii Remote and Nunchuk work perfectly fine on their own - especially considering the Wii Zapper is both less accurate and less comfortable.
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Breakdown

Accuracy / responsiveness
5.2
Ergonomics / comfort
6.8
Durability
8.5
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Specs

Wii

Type
Gun
Connection
Wireless
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Specs

Wii

Type
Gun
Connection
Wireless
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