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SubjectLeft handed people usind a DS new Reply to this message
Posted byCracken
Posted on05/12/06 09:06 AM



Is it possible? I'm left handed and I'm hoping to one day get one of them DSs. No kiosks in this country, so it's kind of buy it to try.

Is it possible to play DS being left handed or would I be severely crippled in some games?


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Subjectnot sure but... new Reply to this message
Posted bynewsdee
Posted on06/15/06 02:59 AM



Not a "zurdo" so can't really say...

...but I personally find holding the D-pad on one hand and the stylus on the other very uncomfortable, so when I use the stylus it's usually by itself.

I can think of exceptions using the touchpad + buttons (e.g. Rayman DS), however these games have the option to use the D-pad + buttons.
For driving games, I've found using the touchpad too uncomfortable, so I resort to the D-pad as well.

So I would think that if regular console gaming isn't an issue, then you should be OK.



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SubjectThanks. Guess that is why there are not a lot of complaints about it = ) -NT- Reply to this message
Posted byCracken
Posted on07/14/06 10:37 AM



> Not a "zurdo" so can't really say...
>
> ...but I personally find holding the D-pad on one hand and the stylus on the
> other very uncomfortable, so when I use the stylus it's usually by itself.
>
> I can think of exceptions using the touchpad + buttons (e.g. Rayman DS), however
> these games have the option to use the D-pad + buttons.
> For driving games, I've found using the touchpad too uncomfortable, so I resort
> to the D-pad as well.
>
> So I would think that if regular console gaming isn't an issue, then you should
> be OK.
>
>
>
> [download a life]
>


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SubjectRe: not sure but... new Reply to this message
Posted byJodieGilbert
Posted on06/01/10 03:40 PM



> Not a "zurdo" so can't really say...
>
> ...but I personally find holding the D-pad on one hand and the stylus on the
> other very uncomfortable, so when I use the stylus it's usually by itself.
>
> I can think of exceptions using the touchpad + buttons (e.g. Rayman DS), however
> these games have the option to use the D-pad + buttons.
> For driving games, I've found using the touchpad too uncomfortable, so I resort
> to the D-pad as well.
>
> So I would think that if regular console gaming isn't an issue, then you should
> be OK.
>
>
>
> [download a life]
>


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SubjectRe: Left handed people usind a DS new Reply to this message
Posted byAnneScott
Posted on05/04/11 11:47 AM



Left handedness certainly does not handicap. Take driving for example, left and right handed people use the same side of levers and controls and are not hampered one bit. Repetition breeds mastery.

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