Wii Remote Controls

See the unique controls of the Wii console in action when you play Wii Sports! Imagine a baseball bat or golf club in your hands, and swing the Wii Remote—then watch as the motions come alive on screen.

Wii Remote

The Wii Remote controller opens up gaming to people of all ages and abilities, mixing the familiarity of a remote control with the latest motion-sensing technology. In a tennis game, it becomes a racket you swing with your arm. In a driving game, it becomes a steering wheel. The possibilities are endless.*

The Wii Remote also packs a speaker, rumble feature, and external extension connector for other input devices, like the Nunchuk™ controller or the Classic Controller™.

* Note: Always put on and tighten the Wii Remote wrist strap. Hold the Wii Remote securely and do not let go of it. Use the Wii Remote Jacket.


The Nunchuk controller hooks up to the Wii Remote via the external extension connector to give you even more control options in compatible games.

The Nunchuk controller has similar motion-sensing technology to the Wii Remote, but also includes two buttons and a Control Stick, allowing you to move characters around while performing specific actions with the Wii Remote.

Left handed? No problem. You can swap the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk from hand to hand for maximum flexibility.

Sensor Bar

The Sensor Bar provides two points of infrared light that the Wii Remote uses to determine the location and distance of the TV screen. Wii Remote controllers can be used from 6 to 10 feet away. The Sensor Bar works with up to 4 Wii Remote controllers at once, making for great multiplayer fun!