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Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by el cut, Aug 7, 2014.
Guys, u have to see this
Technically it's a 2ds
Witchcraft I tell you!
I wonder why he didn't show more details about the hack?
Maybe it's easy to do, and he's looking to sell it.
Might be tied to the Circle Pad Pro:
Here's more technical details:
Edit: Maybe not, since Street Fighter didn't support the Circle Pad Pro.
Meh. I'm not impressed.
Nice. Too bad the 3DS doesnt have a bluetooth module however; creating a mod for utilizing bluetooth controllers (Moga, PS3/PS4, etc) could be a money maker.
maybe not, but they use it for the conexion only, sorry my english, not native
Here's Loopy's original post on 3dscapture and a picture of the back:
Apparently the stick and D-pad are both mapped to the 2ds' D-pad
As you can see from the picture above, it's built from spare parts most people don't have. Writing up instructions on what I did would be a waste of time.
Definitely not trying to sell it. It's something I threw together in an afternoon for the hell of it. The gamecube controller is well documented, what I made could be easily replicated with a $1 microcontroller.
Saw this on Gamefaqs... its... just okay. Might prove to have some sort of Smash Bros advantage or other game, but playing a handheld with the controller separated from the screen is uncomfortable. The Moga only works because it holds your device in place in a comfortable way. If Moga didn't have that dock/hold, I wouldn't use one, ever. And I know thats how I really feel because I tried using my Wii remote and Dualshock 3 with my Nexus and I got bad neck strain having to look down at the screen on my lap, and I couldn't place the screen on a table or something else it would be too far to see.
The 2DS screen is so small, if an 8 inch tablet wasn't suffecient, I don't see how even a 3DS XL screen would be.