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    Super Senior Member CypressDahlia's Avatar
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    Naw, it's just that d-pad is a far more precise control mechanism than either of those. Mini analog sticks and circle pads are just clumsy.

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    One Thousand Member Regantor's Avatar
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    A D-Pad is also much easier to program for, making it better for indie-ness. But eh...

    Overall, I an't sure. Mobile phones are already making leaps and strides trying to do the same thing, so really the controls are the only major boon at the minute. Would I pay £100 for that? I dunno. Depends on what level of games are actually compatable with it. Exclusives would definately make me feel more confident about their place in the market, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CypressDahlia View Post
    Naw, it's just that d-pad is a far more precise control mechanism than either of those. Mini analog sticks and circle pads are just clumsy.
    More precise but less fluid. I just tried out Phantasy Star Zero on the 3DS, and it handles SO much more comfortably than the D-Pad did. But whatever, I could deal with a D-Pad.

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