Cyber Slide Pad Cover

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Jul 25, 2011

Cyber Slide Pad Cover by KingVamp at 10:51 AM (3,354 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. KingVamp
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    Looks alright. Now no more slide pad complaining. [​IMG]
     
  2. RPG Hacker

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    Doubt it. The slippyness was not the only problem. An even bigger problem is that the Slide Pad hurts your thumb after a while. The 3DS is simply too small. You can't use the Slide Pad without bending your thumb.
     
  3. thebsharp

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    You know, I never experienced the thumb pain with the circle pad. However, I frequently have it with the d-pad, for just that reason. It's just positioned poorly. Too much thumb bending...
     
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    same. havent had any issues with it really. and isnt the slide pad the same size as the psp's joystick?
     
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    Im starting to think people are looking for things to complain about with the 3DS >.>. I mean my hands are a bit out of the normal size and I have longer fingers but I have no problem with the O-pad the only thing I dont like is its a bit too touchy (like on the character select screen for SSFIV) but I never have cramping or hurting after long play periods, Anyway I think the covers are kinda cool and all but it seems like their trying for a PSP nub kind of feel and the hated that control stick.
    Also the PSP nub is a abit smaller then the O-pad (never made too much sense to me why they would make the main method of control smaller and in a uncomfortable position when the control pad which is almost NEVER used is bigger and in a better position (glad nintendo didnt follow their example [​IMG])
     
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    I bought something similar to this for my PS3-controller not too long ago and I love it. It`s a nob very similar to the one on the 360.

    I don`t have a problem with the O-pad of the 3DS either but to everyone who has I can say that these things could actually help. I sure do know that it helped me get over the crappyness of the PS3-controller... Now what should I do about that crapfest of a d-pad [​IMG] ([​IMG])
     
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    Okay, sorry to dig up an old thread, but i just got these in the mail, only took a couple of weeks from Japan to the UK, they are AWESOME and work really well with the 3DS XL, i would recommend these to anyone who has trouble with their finger sliding off the pad (mine does while playing mario, but not with these!) I ordered mine from the site below, they only seem to have the Blue (cyan) and clear ones in, i ordered the clear ones!

    http://www.amiami.com/top/detail/detail?scode=TVG-3DS-00738
     

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