3DS Circle Pad Pro. Good or Bad?

So the “3DS Circle Pad Pro” has been on the market since February, and has gotten various high praises from several sites, claiming the overall gaming experience is improved by the system attachment. Overall the general feeling though is that the, attachment itself is barely supported by any of the games currently available to the public. The only games known to support the attachment so far are:

                                                                                                       Resident Evil: Revelations

                                                                                                   Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D

So basically, without the support of games contributing to the success of this $20 system add-on. We will probably watch it fad away into, retro looking 80’s plastic attachment game stores.

Speaking of which, if you live locally, in the San Diego area. You should check out “Luna Video Games” if you never have before.

it’s a retro video game store, with lots of cool stuff, and two locations.

Anyways, back on topic.

Another issue, is that the attachment, makes the system to big. Making it a problem to put in your pocket, and take apart, after each play session. Also it makes the system seem less cool, reminiscent of all the weird attachments from previous handhelds. When phones, like the Iphone 4S have more functions, that are user-friendly, and socially acceptable. The “Circle Pad Pro” cannot win the overall support of the mass public. The sad story, is that it will probably end up being another random item added to the Wii attachment section in GameStop. Overall it will still make you feel, like a video game nerd, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

This guy probably got the “Circle Pad Pro”

… just saying …

Do you wanna be as cool as him?

Get the “Circle Pad Pro”

I did

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Gavin Jedionston


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Posted on February 19, 2012, in LATEST ARTICLES and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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