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fishman100

81. Posted:

SM64 is kinda weird with the Circle pad today, but Mario and Luigi:Bowser's Inside Story is awesome.

Like Malkeor said, DQIX is also really good with the Circle pad.

I wonder if Phantom Hourglass or Spirit Tracks will work?

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fishman100 wrote:

I wonder if Phantom Hourglass or Spirit Tracks will work?

No it won't. Both games were controlled entirely by the Touch Screen (except for a few menu buttons). On the original DS models, you couldn't use the Control Pad to move Link. Since the Circle Pad is a revamped Control Pad, it won't control Link, either. I'm sorry if I crushed any hopes. :)

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83. Posted:

I played kingdom hearts 358/2 days, which is bunch of PS2 nostalgia when played with the joy pad.

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I personally think it's harder to play SM64DS with the circle pad. For one thing, I was never really bothered by d-pad controls, but it's like if you hold diagonally, mario might go forward or left depending on how much more you were leaning in that direction on the circle pad. Maybe I'm just not used to my circle pad yet. The Kingdom Hearts games play amazingly, though.

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fishman100

85. Posted:

PunnyGuy wrote:

fishman100 wrote:

I wonder if Phantom Hourglass or Spirit Tracks will work?

No it won't. Both games were controlled entirely by the Touch Screen (except for a few menu buttons). On the original DS models, you couldn't use the Control Pad to move Link. Since the Circle Pad is a revamped Control Pad, it won't control Link, either. I'm sorry if I crushed any hopes. :)

You're right, the only thing the CP will do is open the map, etc. Bummer.
What other games are there?

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86. Posted:

Can't think of any more than the ones mentioned...


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fishman100 wrote:

SM64 is kinda weird with the Circle pad today...

EvisceratorX wrote:

I personally think it's harder to play SM64DS with the circle pad. For one thing, I was never really bothered by d-pad controls, but it's like if you hold diagonally, mario might go forward or left depending on how much more you were leaning in that direction on the circle pad. Maybe I'm just not used to my circle pad yet. The Kingdom Hearts games play amazingly, though.

How can you guys think that? The controls with the circle pad are amazing!

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87. Posted:

I have to say it.

The Sims 3 DS and Viva Pinata feel so much better with the circle pad!
I can hardly play them now with the D-Pad. It's almost as if they were made for the 3DS!
I assume games with similar cameras work just a good, too.

About the sims 3, playing in small mode, i noticed you can touch outside of the screen (on the black area) and the items there (which are not visible) still work!

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Mr_DSi

88. Posted:

Yes Kingdom Hearts! In fact, I'm playing right now. I love it!

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willobee

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Ended up grabbing Chinatown Wars. Sometimes I use the dpad, sometimes the circle pad. But now I'm just looking at it thinking how amazing it would be in 3D. The depth from looking down on the city... ooh.

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Might end up encouraging me to finish KH Re:coded. :)

Still wondering why I stopped playing it. It didn't really get boring yet...

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Might end up encouraging me to finish KH Re:coded. :)

Still wondering why I stopped playing it. It didn't really get boring yet...

Is it decent? I've been considering picking it up.

Also I tried out Pop Island via download play yesterday and it's just so comfortable with the Slide Pad.

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pikku

92. Posted:

Honestly, I don't like playing DS games with the Circle Pad.At All, really. Just like I prefer to play pre N64games with the CC's D-Pad as oppsed to it's stick. it just feels more natural to me to use the Dpad. The only exception might be if I'm playing a D game, I'll use the Dpad, but for top down and 3D games, I'll just use the D-Pad, thanks for the option, though, Nintendo :)

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