Por lo que hemos visto desde el lanzamiento del Smash, o bien desde su demo publica, mucha gente a roto el stick de sus consolas debido a la forma brusca de jugar, particularmente no creo necesario el jugar de tal forma, pude probar la demo, y hasta ahora mi stick sigue intacto por suerte.
Pero para quienes esto podría ser fatal, aquí se les trae una posibilidad alterna de jugarlo, no es algo fácil, pero quienes realmente sepan hacerlo y se animen, vale completamente la pena intentarlo. Se trata de instalar un mando de Gamecube para poder usarlo en nuestra portátil. ¿Es esto posible?
El usuario de Youtube «DekuNukem», muestra como instalar un mando de Gamecube a su 3Ds soldando en su placa madre y creando una placa de circuito.
gc3ds is a 3DS modification that allows user to use Nintendo GameCube controller to play any games on
Nintendo 3DS consoles. This opensource project uses an Arduino Nano to read the state of GameCube
controller, then mirror them to Nintendo 3DS with a maximum delay of no more than 1/1000 seconds (1
millisecond). Users can also choose to customize button mappings between gc controller and 3DS with a
Video of the mod in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhoC7w3nZws
Source code and schematics: https://github.com/dekuNukem/gc3ds
Installation guide: Regular 3DS, 3DS XL (new)
Circuit board details and pinouts:
Sample modification gallery: http://imgur.com/a/YZrVK
Contact me at [email protected]
Q: Does this mod work with 3DS / 3DS XL / 2DS?
A: It works with regular 3DS and 3DS XL, 2DS is very much possible as well, but I haven’t done one myself.
Q: Does it work with capture cards?
A: Yes, but only with capture cards from http://3dscapture.com/ The 3DS in this very video has a capture card in it.
Q: What is the delay of this mod?
A: No more than 1/1000 seconds.
Q: Will the 3DS still be portable after the modification?
A: Yes. It will have a circuit board attached to the back, you can unplug everything and use it like a regular
3DS, or plug in the Arduino and start playing with gc controller. See this video.
Q: Can I try it myself If I don’t know anything about electronics?
A: You can, but you’re more likely to end up with a dead 3DS. Take a look at the guide and see for yourself.
Q: where do I find all the parts? Is it really $12?
A: Parts list is here. If you really want it that cheap go buy everything off ebay, but then you will have to wait 1 or 2
weeks for shipping. If you buy the parts from domestic sites like amazon and sparkfun, it will be at least 4 times
more expensive but you do spend less time waiting. Or you can buy a preassembled circuit board from me so
you don’t have to wait or worry about making a circuit board, see above page for details.
Q: Can I use cstick on the gc controller to do side smashes in SSM3DS?
A: I have added this feature. You can turn it on or off in settings menu, it’s experimental for now and I don’t know
how well it will work in competitive environment. So don’t count on it. But if you want you can always code your
own macro in Arduino.
Q: Can I send my 3DS to you and have you modify it for me?
A: I can indeed do a limited number of sendin requests. Availability depends on how busy I am during the week.
Email me at [email protected] for details.