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Context Sensitive Interaction (or Context-Sensitive Mode) is a new gameplay feature in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.

Certain situations in the game will require the player to use the Wii Remote to perform various motions including pulling, pushing and twisting. The Wii Remote must be kept pointed at the screen, or else it cannot communicate with the sensor bar to perform the action. These mechanics were demonstrated in pre-release trailers for Corruption.



"You will frequently have direct interaction with items in the game, from door handles to key pads to tumbler locks. When you can interact with something, you will be prompted on-screen to press A. Do so and you will enter a Context-Sensitive Mode where you must follow the on-screen prompts to perform whatever action is necessary. It's important to remember that when you are interacting with something on-screen, you must keep the Wii Remote pointed at the screen - otherwise your Wii Remote cannot communicate with the sensor bar on your TV. While in this mode, you can always press B to exit."

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