>impossible to aim down
Why is this allowed? Is it because its Nintendo?
If you need instructions on how to use a fucking joystick then the controller (or in this case console) is flawed as fuck.
Jesus fucking christ, even the Vita did it better and that thing came out 3 years ago.
it's not a problem
it's only a minor problem
>impossible to aim down
stop playing with oily hands, lardass
It does need a more textured surface though. Some knurling for added grip.
A couple false flagging sonyggers =/= everyone needing instructions on how to use it
I never had a single problem with the c-stick and I haven't read shit. I think it works perfectly, and it's in a great position too
PS4/Xbone charge you monthly, making you pay more than you would for a gaming PC of a higher quality. The Wii U is currently the only cheap option with full functionality. I'm sorry if you think an expensive DRM machine is god. Go back to your exclusives and try not to realize they're limited entirely and would be better on PC. I'll continue using a better gaming machine and a unique actual console like the Wii U for fun games that look great because of Nintendos great art design.
I meant people who claim to have problems, not people who made the guide
It's like the PS4 wobble. No one legitimately had that problem who wanted to own a PS4. It's something that was blown out of proportion by people who hate sony.
not him, but thaqt design is unintuitive as fuck
you mean, there's 4 little "touch" areas in an already small knob?
sounds like shit to use, a lot of people expected to use it for smash brothers, i don't think they'll be able to
What kind of idiot doesn't know how to use a laptop nipple
It does slightly move though, that's how it registers input.
My only complaint is that it's really smooth like >>285458280 said, I would sand it down if I wasn't afraid of breaking my N3DS.
>You can't register ZL and ZR to anything in SM4SH 3DS
fuck I wanted ZR to be my grab
>ZL/ZR are R and L respectively
>can't remap the C-nipple to an A-nipple or B-nipple
I'm sure it's something to do with the base game not actually supporting CPP, and instead just having N3DS-exclusive "features."
Like the LoZ Oracle games when you put them in a GBA.
It's probably because the 3DS needs to close, and an actual stick will prevent that.
I wish Nintendo dropped the dual screen design and made a handheld shaped like the Vita or original GBA
They shoulda just put another circle pad below the buttons instead of this shit
3D games are fucking awful on portable consoles anyway. Both the Vita's analog sticks and the 3DS circle pad suck shit to move around with, controls are just awful in general.
just hear me out on this
you could have a grippier textured c-nipple.
Knurled rubber. Boom, problem solved. Only reason people are hitting the nipple from the side is because the thing has no grip when your hands start to oil up in the middle of vidya-induced stress.
I've only had Majoras Mask to use it with so far but its been fine for me.
I've gotten pretty used to the nub because my old laptop had that shit and I used it all the time.
Aiming down just requires you move your thumb up a little more while pushing down. Not that hard.
My complaint with the new 3DS is the placement of the headphones socket. What the actual fuck?
I think games would be great like this
Or the other way around, hell, 2 slidepads or 2 dpads would all be better than what we're getting.
There are only a few number of games that use the d-pad and slidepad differently, and even less that you actually need to use both of them at the same time.
I can think of kingdom hearts and rune factory 4 but in fact, it would be easier to use if it was positioned like this picture.
this image is made by a retard right?
This can't actually be how the c-nub is designed, right?
There actually aren't four little pressure sensitive areas on top of the nub like this fucking awful image right?
Cause i'm using an ancient laptop with a nub at this very moment, and that is not how it works.
If i want to scroll the mouse right, I can touch the nub from any direction including the sides, and simply push the nub in the direction I want the cursor to go.
This laptop is from 2006