3DS version's controls

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User Info: Phazon_Chaos

Phazon_Chaos
4 years ago#1
For anyone who has played the Japanese version, how are the controls for the 3DS version? I was planning on getting the game on Vita, but after playing the demo I'm a little worried that the clunky controls will take me out of the experience a bit. My main problems coming with turning during the escape sections and writing anything on the screen.

User Info: OmegaReaper21

OmegaReaper21
4 years ago#2
I for one would prefer a stylus. (I don't have a Vita so I don't know how it works)

I assume the slow camera movement that I've heard of would have the same issue on the 3DS version though.

User Info: PurpleMaster

PurpleMaster
4 years ago#3
I feel ok with Vita, but it's clear that the game was designed for the 3DS. Anyway, after the demo room, I'm sure that I can stand the clunkiness.
I won't give up on trophies, sharper graphics, screenshot capability and multiple saves for a stylus controlled touchscreen... :-P

User Info: OmegaReaper21

OmegaReaper21
4 years ago#4
PurpleMaster posted...
I feel ok with Vita, but it's clear that the game was designed for the 3DS. Anyway, after the demo room, I'm sure that I can stand the clunkiness.
I won't give up on trophies, sharper graphics, screenshot capability and multiple saves for a stylus controlled touchscreen... :-P


I won't give up $250 on a vita.

sorry, I had to say it. If I did have a vita though, I'd probably get this for the Vita.

User Info: PurpleMaster

PurpleMaster
4 years ago#5
OmegaReaper21 posted...
PurpleMaster posted...
I feel ok with Vita, but it's clear that the game was designed for the 3DS. Anyway, after the demo room, I'm sure that I can stand the clunkiness.
I won't give up on trophies, sharper graphics, screenshot capability and multiple saves for a stylus controlled touchscreen... :-P


I won't give up $250 on a vita.

sorry, I had to say it. If I did have a vita though, I'd probably get this for the Vita.


You're right. I have a Vita only because my sister bought one, since she is a die-hard Uncharted fan and wanted to play Golden Abyss at all costs.
I would have never bought one.

User Info: OmegaReaper21

OmegaReaper21
4 years ago#6
PurpleMaster posted...
OmegaReaper21 posted...
PurpleMaster posted...
I feel ok with Vita, but it's clear that the game was designed for the 3DS. Anyway, after the demo room, I'm sure that I can stand the clunkiness.
I won't give up on trophies, sharper graphics, screenshot capability and multiple saves for a stylus controlled touchscreen... :-P


I won't give up $250 on a vita.

sorry, I had to say it. If I did have a vita though, I'd probably get this for the Vita.


You're right. I have a Vita only because my sister bought one, since she is a die-hard Uncharted fan and wanted to play Golden Abyss at all costs.
I would have never bought one.


I can understand. If the right game came out I'd get one but I just don't see that game coming out anytime soon. Monster Hunter would have been the only one I can think of but now that it's going to be on the 3DS that doesn't matter anymore.

User Info: Phazon_Chaos

Phazon_Chaos
4 years ago#7
PurpleMaster posted...
I feel ok with Vita, but it's clear that the game was designed for the 3DS. Anyway, after the demo room, I'm sure that I can stand the clunkiness.
I won't give up on trophies, sharper graphics, screenshot capability and multiple saves for a stylus controlled touchscreen... :-P


See, that's why it's tough for me, since I really don't care about trophies or slightly better graphics (they're just nice bonuses) and I wouldn't really use screenshots or multiple saves, so I'm kind of leaning towards the 3DS version now. So if the controls are notably better, that would win me over (plus I just kinda like the idea of having the same series all for the same console/brand).

User Info: miyuki308

miyuki308
4 years ago#8
Phazon_Chaos posted...
I wouldn't really use screenshots

You're gonna wish you have the ability to do it during some parts of this game.
Playing: PSO2, Project DIVA f (Take my money, SEGA!) / On Hold: P4G, Nayuta no Kiseki
Anticipating: Zero no Kiseki Evo, Atelier Totori Plus

User Info: PurpleMaster

PurpleMaster
4 years ago#9
miyuki308 posted...
Phazon_Chaos posted...
I wouldn't really use screenshots

You're gonna wish you have the ability to do it during some parts of this game.


Oooooooooh, so hyped...... :)

User Info: nemesiskite55

nemesiskite55
4 years ago#10
PurpleMaster posted...
I feel ok with Vita, but it's clear that the game was designed for the 3DS. Anyway, after the demo room, I'm sure that I can stand the clunkiness.
I won't give up on trophies, sharper graphics, screenshot capability and multiple saves for a stylus controlled touchscreen... :-P


We can do screenshots on Vita? I made the right choice then.

Though my decision to go for Vita was because the 3DS version looks hideous in comparison. And I don't even care much for graphics
Playing: MGS HD (VITA), Madden 13 (VITA), MK9 (VITA), Disgaea 3 (VITA), SMT3 (PS2), Silent Hill 2 (PS2), Jet Grind Radio (DC), LoZ: Minish Cap (GBA)

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