skylanders swap force wii accessing 2 players

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  • skylanders swap force wii accessing 2 players user64988

    How do you get 2 players on the wii? I get an error when I go into team survival saying I need 2 players, but can't find out where to add a player.

  • Make sure you are using both traditional remotes with nunchucks plugged in!!!! Hope this helps.

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