A remake of a game whose primary change is the addition of a new control scheme, typically motion controls
When a video game is remade with a tacked on new control scheme while its core content/graphics/gameplay remain largely unchanged. Often done to cash in on an easy remake or incentivize buyers to purchase a new or failing peripheral. Named after the proliferation of games remade for the Wii with little more than motion control schemes added. Not limited to motion control schemes on the Wii, DS, Kinect, and Move, but other features such as point-and-click interfaces added to remakes of old PC games, and games remade for use of specific peripherals. To qualify for this trope, the controls must be one of the most significant changes made to the game. A Nintendo DS remake of a Game Boy/Color/Advance game, for instance, must primarily use the touch screen to qualify. Needs a Better Title.
Examples:Wii remakes of Nintendo GameCube games