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21. Posted: Tue 15th Nov 2011 16:34 GMT
The first sign of trouble I had at all was when I first got Starfox. My first time to play it was late at night in the dark. I started to feel nauseous a little like I might feel from motion sickness. My guess is it was a combination of all of the above, and probably mostly the fact that Starfox is a faster paced game.
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22. Posted: Tue 15th Nov 2011 16:38 GMT
just play a 3ds for 10-15 minutes in a gaming-store.
i was a bit dizzy after that but i still bought one and now i dont have any sickness problems at all. your eyes will get used to it within 1 day
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23. Posted: Tue 15th Nov 2011 16:39 GMT
Personally I never have any problems, but I think if you play a lot of games you should be fine anyway.
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24. Posted: Wed 16th Nov 2011 00:13 GMT
The 3D is fine for me. Some of those people might just be holding it too close to their face.
25. Posted: Wed 16th Nov 2011 04:11 GMT
There is also the depth slider. set the slider all the way up, it's full blast 3D. all the way down, no 3D. You can play around with the 3D depth slider until you find the amount of 3D that suits you best. For me I always have it full blast and I don't feel a thing. My eyes never get tired of it or anything, but some people do which is why there's a slider.
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26. Posted: Wed 16th Nov 2011 04:49 GMT
In the first few weeks of having the 3DS, I kept going back and forth between 3D or not. It was causing eyestrain at times, as well as some other effects such as words suddenly popping out on the computer screen. After maybe three weeks, I found myself able to play with the 3D on almost all the time except for Rayman, which sometimes gives me headaches with the 3D on. I do sometimes get motion sickness, but have had no problems so far with the 3DS.
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27. Posted: Wed 16th Nov 2011 05:02 GMT
Neat, so I'm not the only one who sees text pop out of the computer screen. XD I got Cave Story 3DS recently and it's the first game that I've played where I keep the 3D on the entire time I play it. My eyes aren't used to it. -_-
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