There is more to the story than just the existence of the controller. WayForwards James Montagna not only attested the legitimacy of the controller, but also noted that it was around the time that the Wii still had its revolution nickname. There were several iterations to boot. Later prototypes had different names for the plus and minus buttons, such as Start and Select, or Pause and Back. There was a lot of refinement as Nintendo made its debut ̵
Do not expect to see the remote control in action. Auction Winner Smprp did not succeed in getting the controller up and running, and it probably will not work because it was meant for kits that run special software. This is more a look at an important time for Nintendo as another homebrew project is in the starting blocks.
Wow, it's the prototype Wii Remote & Nunchuk! I remember seeing this as a "Nintendo Revolution". https://t.co/wsl6mFXvrc
– James at Sea II (@JamesPopStar) October 28, 2018