September 14th 2011 4:43 pm

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TechCrunch says:

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If you play Wii, get the Kama. It adds a level of freedom not found in the wired version and ensures you won’t start flailing your controller around like a madman with a slip of the wrist. For a little less than a Wiimote, you get a bit more usability. quote


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8.0
Gizmodo May 6, 2008

Works as advertised. We spent hours going through several games, including Mario Galaxy, and the Kama plays just as well as the standard Nunchuck.

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8.0
TechCrunch May 6, 2008

If you play Wii, get the Kama. It adds a level of freedom not found in the wired version and ensures you won’t start flailing your controller around like a madman with a slip of the wrist. For a little less than a Wiimote, you get a bit more usability.

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8.0
Joystiq May 7, 2008

In the end, the only thing we feel that could possibly be a deterrent to picking this up would be the price tag. For $34.99, you're going to have a nunchuk that operates at the same capacity as Nintendo's $19.99 model, only without wires.

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7.0
CNET May 9, 2008

While it's more of a luxury accessory than a must-have accessory, the Nyko Kama Wireless Nunchuk does a good job of eliminating that final cable from your Wii's controller.

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8.0
IGN May 2, 2008

With the Kama in hand we can sit on our couch playing games with arms spread comfortably across the back without any wire tugging or lying in our lap. It's quite nice, and if you have the means, we highly recommend it.

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7.0
About Apr 15, 2012

Even though in theory I prefer the Kama to Nyko’s wireless adapter, because it’s a cleaner approach, in practice I prefer the wireless adapter. But I certainly prefer either to having my nunchuk tethered to my remote.

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