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Spirit Tracks and 3DS

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Initial post: May 3, 2011, 8:23:57 AM PDT
D. Lehmann says:
I have a 3ds and I am wondering about the control scheme. Can I use the analogue stick to move around when I need to in either Spirit Tracks or Phantom Hourglass?

Posted on Nov 21, 2011, 8:00:33 PM PST
Alex Foreman says:
I know its an old thread, but I will answer this for future reference:

The analog stick works like a surrogate d-pad. You can use either, and if the DS game you are playing is able to do 8 way movement (like Super Mario 64), the analog will feel natural, but if the game is only able to do 4 way movement (like the Pokemon games), the analog will feel just a bit stiff.

BUT in these Zelda games you move Link with the touch screen, not with the d-pad, then the analog won't move Link. It will only do what the D-Pad does in the game (in this case, pulling down the map)
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