MORE EXCITED FOR THIS THAN SOME PEOPLE ARE FOR STAR WARS: THE FORCE UNLEASHED
There'll probably be an "inverted controls" option that lets you use ABXY for movement.Left handed people won't get mirrored keyboards or controllers so I guess it is somewhat the same. Well, using the stylus on the "wrong" hand might be a problem but that is 3DS' fault, not our great developers'.
4 player local play. No online for launch.will it have online multiplayer or just local?
1.2 plus fishing, minecarts and a few 1.3 UI tweaks.Which version of the game is it? 1.2.0, 1.2.4, or 1.3.0?
There's no 3D in this version. We decided to keep all the processing power to make the main 2D game work as well as possible. The amount of 3D you can get into a 2D game isn't great imo, so that feature was left on the cutting room floor.Hahaha. YES now I can play in my mobile and 3ds at the same timw XD.
Byt what's so 3d about a 2d game? XD
We use it for camera peek. The useability of the C-nub isn't good enough to offer the console-style twin stick layour using it.Would there be any use for the C-nub though? You could have non-touch controls on a New 3Ds with it.
The N 3DS has
Two shoulder buttons
Two "control sticks"
Start and select.
The Console control scheme could be implemented as well on a New 3ds, if it isn't present.
Yes.My friend owns a European 3DS and I have a North American 3DS. Will we be able to play locally together?
I highly doubt that. Contrary to your current belief, the D-pad does not provide movement, only the Circle Pad. As can be seen at the 21s mark of Family Gamer TV's first gameplay video of an earlier build of Terraria, the D-pad is mapped to manual cursor aiming (admittedly this build is quite outdated and the facts may have changed since then, but there's been no report of such).There'll probably be an "inverted controls" option that lets you use ABXY for movement.