What do you think about 3DS slide pad?

#1vyseskiesPosted 9/23/2011 1:22:13 PM
My concern is if that position will be comfy and if it will really helps to play my games. If i can play games like Monster Hunter for hours without feel pain on my hand, and not be clumsy, it's fine. Nintendo stuff usually are very comfy and durable, but this slide pad concerns me.
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#2AP3BrainPosted 9/23/2011 1:25:03 PM
I actually can't really play the 3DS for that long as it gives me cramps... I could really use something like the slidepad to give it a good ergonomic feel.

I just wish the freaking thing seconded as a battery pack or battery extender... But it is just the opposite and it takes a AAA battery... Whatever though the functionality and comfort is worth it.

And I am really not a person that cares too much about how something looks because from the front it does look kind of ugly. The back of it looks nice though.
#3miseryLUVScmpnyPosted 9/23/2011 1:25:14 PM
The slide pad is probably one of the best features the 3DS has to offer.
#4Kitt ThrustPosted 9/23/2011 1:28:41 PM
it will be very comfortable

see pic - http://andriasang.com/comy4y/images/23f0o/full.jpg

looks pretty nice.
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#5Lord_FroodPosted 9/23/2011 1:32:11 PM
I wouldn't worry too much, TC. It appears to have a nice grip and add a contoured inch or so of space on the back to match the curve that the Classic Controller Plus had.
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#6mizukage2Posted 9/23/2011 1:45:00 PM
I'm indifferent to it, since it doesn't seem any games will require it and I have little interest in the games that will support it so far.
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#7blazeUP12Posted 9/23/2011 2:24:03 PM
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