in all seriousness. It was a great idea they had. I just don't think it's the best for competitive play as getting chain wheelies seems more difficult. A lot of the strats as well require rapid inputs which really put the wheel at a disadvantage.
All that really makes me appreciate and respect Wii wheelers like Mr. BIG BAD ADAM @Adam
I have played Wii Wheel for 3 years and as I swapped with a GCN controller, I realized that you can steer even tighter than the Wheel, you can make stunts in any direction you want and you don't have to demolish the poor, little "2" button on your Wiimote.
Still, my hat's off to anyone that can make a go of it, successfully of course.
I prefer Wii Wheel because it's how I've been playing MKW for the last 8 years, so I'm already used to it, and playing the game without motion controls is unnatural to me at this point
I tried using GCN controller for a while but I just can't get the hang of it. And Wii Wheel makes the experience a bit more immersive in my opinion.
I only don’t prefer the Wii Wheel for these reasons:
1. The wheel isn’t as accurate on turning tight turns.
2. It sucks for wall clipping because you can go completely straight with a nunchuck or a gamecube remote, but the wheel is really shaky since you holding it.
3. I prefer using a nunchuck because using and holding power ups is much easier.