Super Smash Bros. 3DS Will Support the New 3DS C-Button

Nintendo of Japan has confirmed on its 3DS support page that Super Smash Bros. for 3DS will not support the Circle Pad Pro attachment for the current 3DS and 3DS XL handhelds.

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Starbucks_Fan1501d ago

Not supporting the circle pad pro makes no sense

JoelandEllie1500d ago

Its really a disappointment. They really confuse me at times. Its as if they are stuck in the past with their attitudes.

ForgottenProphecy1500d ago

Nintendo is all about tradition. The Gameboy went through the same type of upgrades as the DS.

3-4-51500d ago

It's incentive to buy the new one.

-Foxtrot1500d ago

Well least they called it a button, most sites keep saying "second analogue stick" lol

Th4Freak1500d ago

People comparing it to the C-stick is a lot worse imo.

Scatpants1500d ago

Isn't it intended to perform the same function as the C-stick?

ExiledBlitz1500d ago

But, Th4Freak, it's more or less the same thing as the C-stick. A tiny analog input that resembles a button.

Pillsbury11500d ago

They should just call it a nub.

Alex_Boro1500d ago

Another stupid move by nintendo

Starbucks_Fan1500d ago

I love Nintendo, but damn they've made some really weird decisions lately

jonboi241500d ago (Edited 1500d ago )

That c-button/nub is in such an awkward looking place. I fear I may accidentally press the other face buttons as I reach for it with my thumb.

NukaCola1500d ago

I don't know what this nub is. Looks utterly awkward. Why not just add a second thumb slider?

hkgamer1500d ago

now imagine using the dpad on the left and the nub on the right at the same time.

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