LegendofSantiago wrote:That's good for those who are to lazy to get used to the control scheme
When a control scheme is ergonomically terrible, wanting a more comfortable option is not necessarily a mark of laziness. If Nintendo had gone with either a capacitive or infrared touchscreen for 3DS, people could just aim with their thumb and we wouldn't be having this problem. I still don't think that including a control scheme that used only the buttons and circle pad would have been a bad idea even then, though. Options in games are not a bad thing.
Shaanyboi wrote:So...wait... is it then dual-analog? They said 'no' to that, right? So what, are you aiming with the ABXY buttons?? Because that sounds terrible.
As shown in the video, you'll actually aim with the Circle Pad, and move with the ABXY buttons. That should be better than the opposite layout once you get used to it, but as most dual analog games have you controlling movement with your left hand and aiming with your right, it may have more of a learning curve.