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61. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 00:58 BST
Wouldn't be surprised if it's true. Adding a second analog stick would enable more and quicker ports, as well as make it a lot easier to get the Monster Hunter series on the 3DS... which sells systems in Japan.
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62. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 01:00 BST
well then i have some good news than http://www.officialnintendomagazine.co.uk/29799/redesigned-3d...
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63. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 01:03 BST
I wish Nintendo would just say yes or no already. Keeping information from us is hurting them as well.
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64. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 01:17 BST
To be fair, that's the exact phrase they throw out every time someone asks about a rumor...or speculation.
65. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 01:24 BST
That literally means ... nothing. We could still see Nintendo announce this add-on/redesign, or it could be a new game, like everyone else is saying.
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66. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 01:38 BST
Nintendo has a press conference every September. In September 2010, Nintendo held a press conference to show off the 3DS. This September, Nintendo will demonstrate WiiU capabilities; not a new or modified 3DS (which would alienate early adopters and those whom bought one after the price drop).
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67. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 01:53 BST
@Wiiver: That is only one September. Also the rumour said nothing about Wii u. The sources are saying it's 3DS related.
Edited on Wed 24th August, 2011 @ 01:55 by Kyloctopus
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68. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 02:17 BST
@TeeJay Keyword: if.
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69. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 02:24 BST
it`s not a 3DS redesign. That`s just a stupid move at this point and once again Nintendo has stated that it has no plans to redesign the 3DS so people need to shut up about that. It`s just a software related announcement and nothing more. This is just a rumor, not fact. People just wait until September when they announce something then get mad if it`s something this stupid. Until then everyone needs to calm down and relax.
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70. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 03:19 BST
@Koops3: You're right. If it is 3DS news, I believe that Nintendo will announce a new system update that enables 3DS to 3DS system transfers and the much forgotten ability to… drumroll please! …Record 3D Video! Oh, and other new applications too.
71. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 20:29 BST
That's so big of an upgrade that it might as well be an entirely new system. So, I doubt it.
I'm thinking this is in Nintendo's future plans. They let something slip to see how people would react to the idea of two analogue sticks rather than a sudden upgrade to the 3DS. However, we all interpreted it incorrectly, or they didn't release the information very well.
72. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 21:34 BST
If they really are making an add-on second analog pad, then that's the stupidest thing I've ever heard. They should have put one on the 3DS to begin with. And where would it attach? The 3DS doesn't have any expansion ports.
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73. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 21:41 BST
No doubt they will eventually, as their sequel to the 3DS (and by sequel I mean the 3DS to the DS, not DS Lite to the DS Original). It would be stupid to do it right now because 1) they're trying to establish a base, and by making all of the purchased ones obsolete within the first year kind of makes the adopters angry and deters the potential buyers, as it would probably change again. 2) Because they are trying to emphasize the gyroscope and accelerometer features in the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo even said in an interview that that's the reason they didn't have the second analog stick on the handheld. So it would be pretty counterproductive for them to cross their avid fans that purchased them now, and also to overshadow one of the most marketable and applicable aspects.
74. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 21:45 BST
Then why did they put a second analog pad in the Wii U controller then? Nintendo's logic astounds me sometimes.
Edited on Wed 24th August, 2011 @ 21:46 by LordTendoboy
75. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 21:51 BST
Because they were trying to make it more adaptable for blockbuster multiplatform titles like Call of Duty and whatnot, as well as offering a different gaming experience on the console and on the handheld. The Wii already had one analog stick with the nunchuk and is now being improved upon. The Wii U is just that, an improvement and sequel to the Wii, it isn't a relation to Nintendo's handheld lines.
76. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 21:55 BST
Then adding a second analog to the 3DS would also improve the chances of it getting more popular genres. Look at the PSP. The lack of a second analog nub was the number one complaint from many PSP users, and Sony rectified that with the Vita, AND they added a touchscreen. There's nothing wrong with the 3DS having a touchscreen and 2 analog pads.
Edited on Wed 24th August, 2011 @ 21:56 by LordTendoboy
77. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 21:58 BST
I think the 2nd analog adapter could be true. Just snap it on and connect to the av port where you charge the system while having a second port to connect the charge plug to the 3DS to charge while using the 2nd analog. Think of it like the Wii Motion Plus attatchment. Having the motion plus on the remote doesn't stop you from using the nunchuk as well.
That's the only method I see working for this to happen anyhow.
78. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 22:01 BST
They will eventually, but doing this at such a time would prove inexplicably stupid on their part, as I said before, and render all of the other systems obsolete. It doesn't matter if the competition has the same features as the other. Look at the DS and PSP: The PSP had an analog stick (if you could call it a stick), but the DS (though it went through 4 iterations) always retained it's D-Pad. And you should be thankful the 3DS even has one, as they were originally just going to turn the D-Pad into a Circle Pad and leave it at that. To furthermore back up my research, Nintendo has stated that they are not planning or working on a sequel to the 3DS at this time.
79. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 22:03 BST
I think the 2nd analog adapter could be true. Just snap it on and connect to the av port where you charge the system while having a second port to connect the charge plug to the 3DS to charge while using the 2nd analog. Think of it like the Wii Motion Plus attatchment. Having the motion plus on the remote doesn't stop you from using the nunchuk as well.That's the only method I see working for this to happen anyhow.
I get what you're saying and yes that is the only way it would make sense, but it would be totally uncomfortable and ....well... just look horrible, as it would be a block of sorts with a circle on it, at a different elevation that the other buttons and would just be a nightmare to use.
80. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 22:07 BST
Surely, Nintendo will make it comfortable. People worry all the time about things being uncomfortable and the final product for most part is the opposite of what people expect initially.
Be hopeful. If it's not true, oh well.