Tragic thing about 3DS concerning dual analog

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User Info: robinhoek

robinhoek
6 years ago#21
Blair68000 posted...
MachEvolution posted...
I'll take my single analogue stick and Touchscreen-Aiming over dual-analogue sticks anyday. It gives way more control and anybody who can't support the 3DS using just one hand needs to grow up. If you're really having that much of a problem with it then just get a stand like the one that comes with Kid Icarus Uprising.

How the hell does it give more control? 3DS setup isn't exactly keyboard/mouse...


Closer to keyboard/mouse than dual analog is. The touch screen replicates the mouse and the slider is way better than the keyboard in my opinion.
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User Info: laxnd23

laxnd23
6 years ago#22
NinjaKitsune posted...
Every time someone compares the WMP to the CCP, I want to smack them upside the head with both of them. Maybe then they'll learn that there's a difference between a controller and a console. Like the latter being an order of magnitude more expensive and having a completely different development cycle.

I agree. Comparing the Wii Motion Plus to the CCP, also known as the Chinese Communist Party, is stupid.

But comparing it with the CPP, or Circle Pad Pro, is appropriate. Why? They are both add ons for consoles. Your argument that the CPP modifies a console is correct but not in the way you stated. The CPP modifies the way the 3DS is controlled, just as the WMP does to the Wii. The only difference is that with the 3DS, due to the fact it is a handheld, the controller the CPP modifies is attached to the console in question. But both in price and utility, the CPP and WMP are equal in comparability with regards to usefulness.
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NinjaKitsune
6 years ago#23
And yet incorperating one into the device it's an accessory for is modifying that device, so we're also talking about those. Speaking of which...

From: NinjaKitsune | #011
there's a difference between a controller and a console. Like the latter being an order of magnitude more expensive and having a completely different development cycle.


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User Info: LHS_2012

LHS_2012
6 years ago#24
We know what you are saying. We still disagree lol.
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User Info: NinjaKitsune

NinjaKitsune
6 years ago#25

From: laxnd23 | #022
NinjaKitsune posted...
Every time someone compares the WMP to the CCP, I want to smack them upside the head with both of them. Maybe then they'll learn that there's a difference between a controller and a console. Like the latter being an order of magnitude more expensive and having a completely different development cycle.

I agree. Comparing the Wii Motion Plus to the CCP, also known as the Chinese Communist Party, is stupid.

But comparing it with the CPP, or Circle Pad Pro, is appropriate. Why? They are both add ons for consoles. Your argument that the CPP modifies a console is correct but not in the way you stated. The CPP modifies the way the 3DS is controlled, just as the WMP does to the Wii. The only difference is that with the 3DS, due to the fact it is a handheld, the controller the CPP modifies is attached to the console in question. But both in price and utility, the CPP and WMP are equal in comparability with regards to usefulness.


Except we're not talking about any of that. We're talking about incorperating the add-ons functionality into the device. And there is a Big. F***ing. Difference. Between doing that to a controller and doing it to a console. As such, comparing the two really doesn't make sense.
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NinjaKitsune
6 years ago#26

From: LHS_2012 | #024
We know what you are saying. We still disagree lol.


You sure? Because everything you've said up to now here kinda disagrees with that statement.
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laxnd23
6 years ago#27
NinjaKitsune posted...
From: laxnd23 | #022
NinjaKitsune posted...
Every time someone compares the WMP to the CCP, I want to smack them upside the head with both of them. Maybe then they'll learn that there's a difference between a controller and a console. Like the latter being an order of magnitude more expensive and having a completely different development cycle.

I agree. Comparing the Wii Motion Plus to the CCP, also known as the Chinese Communist Party, is stupid.

But comparing it with the CPP, or Circle Pad Pro, is appropriate. Why? They are both add ons for consoles. Your argument that the CPP modifies a console is correct but not in the way you stated. The CPP modifies the way the 3DS is controlled, just as the WMP does to the Wii. The only difference is that with the 3DS, due to the fact it is a handheld, the controller the CPP modifies is attached to the console in question. But both in price and utility, the CPP and WMP are equal in comparability with regards to usefulness.
Except we're not talking about any of that. We're talking about incorperating the add-ons functionality into the device. And there is a Big. F***ing. Difference. Between doing that to a controller and doing it to a console. As such, comparing the two really doesn't make sense.


The concept you're failing to grasp is that both modify controllers, but with the 3DS, the controller is attached to the console by nature of design. As such, the CPP modifies what on a non-handheld would be the controller by itself.
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User Info: NinjaKitsune

NinjaKitsune
6 years ago#28

From: laxnd23 | #027
NinjaKitsune posted...
From: laxnd23 | #022
NinjaKitsune posted...
Every time someone compares the WMP to the CCP, I want to smack them upside the head with both of them. Maybe then they'll learn that there's a difference between a controller and a console. Like the latter being an order of magnitude more expensive and having a completely different development cycle.

I agree. Comparing the Wii Motion Plus to the CCP, also known as the Chinese Communist Party, is stupid.

But comparing it with the CPP, or Circle Pad Pro, is appropriate. Why? They are both add ons for consoles. Your argument that the CPP modifies a console is correct but not in the way you stated. The CPP modifies the way the 3DS is controlled, just as the WMP does to the Wii. The only difference is that with the 3DS, due to the fact it is a handheld, the controller the CPP modifies is attached to the console in question. But both in price and utility, the CPP and WMP are equal in comparability with regards to usefulness.
Except we're not talking about any of that. We're talking about incorperating the add-ons functionality into the device. And there is a Big. F***ing. Difference. Between doing that to a controller and doing it to a console. As such, comparing the two really doesn't make sense.


The concept you're failing to grasp is that both modify controllers, but with the 3DS, the controller is attached to the console by nature of design. As such, the CPP modifies what on a non-handheld would be the controller by itself.


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LHS_2012
6 years ago#29
NinjaKitsune posted...
From: LHS_2012 | #024
We know what you are saying. We still disagree lol.
You sure? Because everything you've said up to now here kinda disagrees with that statement.


Yes, because of

laxnd23 posted...
The concept you're failing to grasp is that both modify controllers, but with the 3DS, the controller is attached to the console by nature of design. As such, the CPP modifies what on a non-handheld would be the controller by itself.
And you definitely won't be laughing September 13 when they cancel the 3DS. ~thundercat2600, Aug 24, 2011
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LHS_2012
6 years ago#30
The CPP ONLY modifies controller input, just like the WM+. it doesn't change any other hardware functionality. It doesn't increase memory or speed, not even battery life. The only difference is that the controller is attached to the 3DS, so by default so is the CPP
And you definitely won't be laughing September 13 when they cancel the 3DS. ~thundercat2600, Aug 24, 2011
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