I can’t wait to see how the 3DS works in person. Unfortunately, the 3D effects cannot be filmed, but I’ve heard very good things about their awesomeness.
I want one.
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The fact that it supposedly dose the 3D without the need for glasses intrigues me. Also I cant wait to order the book of pwnage, though when i tried to order it the other day my debit card company’s fraud department shut me down hahaha.
Very hard to program i would assume, and i would never want to buy such a game! Like most games, it would put EVERYTHING into graphics and how it looks. The main game-storyline would fail, and everything but flashy-looks would make the game not worth buying.
3D probably isn’t as hard to program as you’d think. The DS would sense how you were tilting it compared to how it originally was, and draw the shapes accordingly. I’m told by a close friend, (works for Gametrailers), there is a good range that you need to be looking at the screen with, other people watching you play will not get the same effect. Also, most games are sold for profit, and few for artistic creativity, a thing I lament when I look at the whole Infinity Ward Fiasco. Some studios have a great balance of both, Bungie, Kojima Productions, Unreal Games, those Crytech guys, and all of Nintendo. This 3D thing was an epidemic at first, with the necessity of glasses, but the Nintendo 3DS is the perfect cure, 3D technology that could help people who are disabled. My brother for one, is blind in one eye, and where previous 3D technology have failed, it may work for him.
3D shouldn’t be hard to program, most games are already 3D. It’s just a matter of positioning the 3D camera in game. Should be pretty simple.
Plus you can turn off the 3D effect at any time. So if you don’t like it or if the effect starts to wear on your eyes you can just flick it off.
I’m pretty psyched to see what the system is like. Though depending on the availability of pre-orders I’ll probably put my money down even before seeing one. LOL
Wow. What kind of Penny Arcade knockoff @%$& is this?
ultimatuim, the thing is that video games are unfortunately made only for profit (something I hope to change once i get out of school and start making my own. I just want to make enough to pay it off and live a decent life.) also no more attention will be put into the graphics than is already being done. to make something 3D all you need to do is have 2 seperate cameras and have them overlay the image at the same time. The fact that the 3DS needs no glasses means that it has an interesting bit of hardware in it. Any current TV or screen can currently project images in 3D if you have the glasses (3D TVs are a scam in my opinion, you are paying alot of money just for some crappy glasses.)
Anyways sorry for my rant.
I want the 3DS because of the Ocarina of Time remake. Only reason I get it … oh, and also of Kingdom Hearts. Ye.
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