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3DS XL Circle Pad Pro on sale through Nintendo store, ships Apr. 19

Nintendo's North American online store is now selling the 3DS XL Circle Pad Pro peripheral, which has been exclusive to Japan since late last year. Nintendo will start shipping the $20 add-on April 19. We've contacted Nintendo to find out if this is exclusive to their online store or indicative of...

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3DS XL Circle Pad Pro gets big in Japan Nov. 15

Japanese gamers looking to expand the experience (and form factor) of the 3DS XL will only have to wait until November 15, when the revised hardware will receive its own, extra large Circle Pad Pro add-on. The peripheral will cost ¥1,500, or about $20. Revealed by Nintendo back in September,...

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First image of 3DS XL Circle Pad Pro appears, makes 3DS XXL

Yup, that's pretty chunky. After being outed earlier this year, the 3DS XL Circle Pad Pro now has its first image on the Nintendo Japan website. With its latest attachment, the console has somehow become even bigger. We can only hope Nintendo goes down the Genesis route and tries to create as many...

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Nintendo 3DS XL getting supersized with Circle Pad Pro extension

Sure, Nintendo could've made the 3DS XL even larger by attaching a second analog stick to it, but what fun would that be? Instead, Nintendo's launching an evolved Circle Pad Pro attachment for the larger 3DS "some time this year," according to Famitsu (via Andriasang). The attachment was outed in...

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Kid Icarus: Uprising gets left-handed mode with Circle Pad Pro

The Circle Pad Pro is expanding its leftward reach to include Kid Icarus: Uprising on the 3DS. Without the Circle Pad Pro, Uprising players will use the stylus to aim and rotate the camera (generally with their right hands) and the 3DS' built-in circle pad to move Pit on land. The Circle Pad Pro...

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3DS Circle Pad Pro features spacious interiors, little natural light

The 3DS Circle Pad Pro, available next February at GameStop, has plenty of room inside for a family of four. Imagine the dinners you'll serve once you install appliances in the cavernous interior, lovingly photographed by ldblog. Given the $20 peripheral's guts, let's all agree now to act...

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Circle Pad Pro gloms onto 3DS on Feb. 7, exclusively at GameStop for $20

You'll be able to get your hands – and specifically your right hand – on the Circle Pad Pro in the US on February 7th, when the peripheral goes on sale exclusively at GameStop for $19.99. That's a full two weeks before the PlayStation Vita reminds portable gamers why a second analog...

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Rumor: 3DS Circle Pad Pro runs for 480 hours on one AAA battery

Andriasang found a report from someone who got the 3DS Circle Pad Pro (and Monster Hunter Tri-G) a couple of days early, and who found something interesting in the manual. According to the report, once you insert the required AAA battery into the expansion device, it'll run for 480 hours. If this...

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Resident Evil: Revelations bundled with Circle Pad Pro in Europe

The monsters of Resident Evil: Revelations will arrive in Europe on January 27, and they'll bring another monster along with them: the 3DS-enlarging Circle Pad Pro. Nintendo UK announced today that the 3DS attachment will be bundled with a "special limited edition" package of Capcom's horror...

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Resident Evil: Revelations supports save data reset; no plans for Circle Pad bundle

Capcom has learned its lesson. During its Gamer's Day event in San Francisco, the company confirmed that Resident Evil: Revelations will allow players to wipe their save data, should they choose. For the unaware, this lack of functionality in Capcom's previous 3DS title, Resident Evil: The...

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