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21. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 04:16 BST
@Corbs: I know, I know. At least I have such a large library of titles now to pick from
[15:36] Corbs: Vita rules - 3DS drools!
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[23:11] PhoenixCake: my brother is such a dope >___>.
22. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 04:18 BST
I made Kid Tripp! PocketGamer gave it a 9 out of 10! You should totally buy it now!
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23. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 04:19 BST
Oh my cripes, pixelman, that's going on my hard drive.
I'm pretty sure I think I'm funnier than I really am.
10 Years of Kingdom Hearts
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24. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 04:45 BST
25. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 05:06 BST
Shouldn't the title be "Incredible, absolutely incredible!" ~ Your first reaction to the 3DS!???
Anyways, i was very impressed, that plus the excitement of finally getting a 3DS, plus the excitement of receiving a package by mail itself. which is always awesome
Remember that scene in "cloudy with a chance of meatballs" when flint lockwood meets sam sparks and she starts talking scientifically and flint gets all happy?My face was like that.
Edited on Mon 11th April, 2011 @ 05:22 by Morpheel
Oops, no username pun.
Oh look! A Morphloggery.
Oh! eShop Gurus.
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26. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 05:20 BST
As the 3DS was the first time I touched a new Nintendo product since SMG2, yeah I've been playing everything else for a while and kind of went through a 360/PS3 phase for a while, but I played it at Best Buy and I loved it the graphics were amazing, I was like wow this is awesome. Then I turned the 3D on and saw two rings on Pilotwings and instantly remembered why I hated 3D. Its awesome, but if and when I get one it'll be for classic 2D screen with Gamecube graphics on the go. I only played Pilotwings, but I need to see more to sell me on the real 3D aspect of the system. I still love it for everything else though
27. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 05:44 BST
When I played the demo unit at gamestop I was like "Wow this is amazing!". That made me change my mind about getting a 3DS next year. BTW Did that wrist strap come with the system?
Actually, there's a story behind that wrist strap.
It's really the one that was included in my first original Nintendo DS system (well technically, my second one after my nephew spilled juice on the first one I got for Christmas...)
The tradition I keep is that with each new DS (and now 3DS) I had, I always attached that strap. Kinda like a torch of some sort.Cheesy, but meaningful!
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28. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 05:49 BST
I do that too!My original DS may be completely busted, but its legacy is still living.
29. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 05:51 BST
Shouldn't the title be "Incredible, absolutely incredible!" ~ Your first reaction to the 3DS!???Anyways, i was very impressed, that plus the excitement of finally getting a 3DS, plus the excitement of receiving a package by mail itself. which is always awesomeRemember that scene in "cloudy with a chance of meatballs" when flint lockwood meets sam sparks and she starts talking scientifically and flint gets all happy?My face was like that.
/me grumbles and changes title
Wow, I remember that face! I was more like this, though.
30. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 05:52 BST
Sylverstone wrote:The tradition I keep is that with each new DS (and now 3DS) I had, I always attached that strap. Kinda like a torch of some sort.Cheesy, but meaningful! I do that too!My original DS may be completely busted, but its legacy is still living.
Hooray for great minds like ours!
31. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 06:12 BST
Honestly, when I saw the 3DS the first time, I wasn't impressed. I just realized at that point that it wasn't pop out 3D like I previously thought and that it was instead depth 3D. So, it was a more "Oh, I see" reaction.
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32. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 06:32 BST
Wow, as many times as people and staff had described the 3D effect as being far more depth than pop-out, I'm shocked anyone thought it would be the pop-out variety.
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33. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 06:39 BST
@Corbs: Yea, until I saw it in person, I kinda glazed over all mentions of the 3DS since if I thought it was awesome, its not like I could have got one at that point anyways.
34. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 06:57 BST
"Woah, it's... it's REAL!"Then, my reaction when playing Face Raiders: "Wth, I'm not a baby girl >: ["Err, I mean, my reaction was:
Edited on Mon 11th April, 2011 @ 07:07 by Sadsack_Awesome
35. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 06:59 BST
I was impressed by the 3D, but not drop mouth worthy. I already saw a similar 3D effect with Avatar, but with more depth instead of a pop-out effect. Still, I love the 3D the 3DS had and I hope games take advantage of it gameplay wise instead for eye candy or whatever.
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36. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 07:53 BST
Go Leafs Go!
37. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 08:22 BST
Wondercon 2011, April 1, I get in the Nintendo booth where they are demoing all sorts of upcoming 3DS titles. I go straight for Zelda. I pick up the handheld and i gaze at its screen "Wow ... oh my god this is.. this is... wow. this is great I want one." I then attempted to speed run the deku tree given the time limit of the demo
of course then I had to go around and play all the other games .... well maybe not all but the ones that appealed to me, Dead Or Alive, Resident Evil: Mercs, Kid Iccarus and me and another guy played VS. in Super Street Fighter 4 3D the wireless connection was perfect, there was no loading delays or lag of any kind, it was flawless. as a whole I was just super impressed by the machine
Edited on Mon 11th April, 2011 @ 08:31 by jpfan1989
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38. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 11:54 BST
Quote me for my 3DS friend code :)
39. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 12:08 BST
Whoa, this is amazing. It really toke my breath away, and now the phrase, "Take a look inside" makes sense.
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40. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 14:05 BST
I don't get why everyone thinks the 3DS can only do depth 3D. It does the pop-out effect quite easily, if you want to see that, just take a photo of any object then go to the viewer and push the analog stick full left and your object will pop-out. If you move it full right, you'll have a lot of depth.