Hardware XL Circle Pad Pro and which case?

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So do any of you thing the CPP is good enough to use with even games that dont support it? Is it a comfortable enough grip to just keep on all the time? And does anyone know of a good case to carry it and the XL around in?
 

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I use the charging cradle all the time. You get a firm grip and it gives the 3DS more meat to it. That and my hands don't tend to cramp during longer gaming sessions ^^



Edit: After reading through my post again, my dirty mind hits me.. T___T
 

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Had mine for about a week.. 2 weeks prior, i had bought a regular carry case for my xl.. I been on the road lately for work, so i been bringing my 3ds with me.
For $20 on ebay, the cpp is worth it for sure, especially if you got a gateway =)

I havent bought a cpp-compatible case for it yet (doesnt seem like there are much options), which i am considering now. Right now I just toss it in my luggage with the 3ds in the standard case.
 
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