A picture posted on gamesradar website reveals the Wii
controls for the latest installment in the NFS series, Carbon.
The Wii version of Need for Speed Carbon will have available four different control options for gamers with the utmost racing experience. The default setting allows gamers the possibility of using the Wii wireless
controller as a steering bar. The Wii-mote must be held parallel to the floor and turned like a steering wheel meant for maneuvering the car on the road.
The second control option of the Wii
NFS Carbon version uses the Nunchuck. This seems a little bit more complicated. You have to roll the Nunchuck to the left or to the right while holding the Wii-mote at a 45 degree angle. You have to lower it if you want to brake and to raise it if you want to accelerate.
Another control setup sees the Wii-mote in a vertical position, and being dipped for accelerating and the Z button located on the Nunchuck used for breaking. The final control option allows for gamers to steer only with the Nunchuck joystick.
The Wii version of Need for Speed Carbon is due to come out on November 19, but if you can't wait that long, you can get the PC version on October 31. EA
plans to release Carbon for almost every console available so that all the fans will be able to enjoy it properly.