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21. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 14:27 BST
In pilotwings resort on full 3D it can be a little anoying but you''ll get used to it I always turn it down a bit in that game,in the other games I had no problem with the 3d
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22. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 14:35 BST
I'm perfectly fine with the 3D effects. I can play Pilotwings Resort with full 3D for an hour and nothing happens to my eyes
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23. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 14:39 BST
Ive been playing for hours and havent had any problems.
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24. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 15:09 BST
I'm slowly getting used to it. I'm finding different settings work better in different games. I just played a bit of Monkey Ball at just over half way up but had to bring it down to quarter up for Monkey Race.
25. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 16:50 BST
Nope, no problems here. I did wake up with a headache this morning, but I'm thinking it's related to allergies.
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26. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 16:52 BST
When I played the 3DS at Best Buy, the 3D effect didn't hurt my eyes. Then again, I only played it for 10 minutes.
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27. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 16:52 BST
I haven't had any trouble at all. My eyes don't hurt.
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28. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 16:56 BST
I've been playing with the 3D switch halfway up with no problems at all. I found the effect overpowering on full.
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29. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 17:05 BST
I have always been extremely sensitive and prone to headaches and eye pain when it come to 3D, and even first person shooters. So I was really nervous about this system.
That said, I have had no issue whatsoever with the 3D. The slider works perfectly for finding you comfort zone.
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30. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 18:03 BST
A little. Maybe it was just the particular game or the fact that I played it for about an hour straight. It wasn't anything to worry about, I don't think.
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31. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 18:52 BST
I've got to agree that when the 3D slider is turned all the way up in PilotWings Resort the 3D does seem a little to strong my eyes. So far as 'hurting' the eyes, no, it doesn't seem to hurt my eyes in way, it's just a bit uncomfortable I guess when turned all the way up but nothing else.
Edited on Sun 27th March, 2011 @ 18:53 by RoyalBlur
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32. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 20:05 BST
Me and my bro played late at Best Buy switching off for about 45 mins. But neither of us experienced any problems. I'm not sure if its that we kept moving, or if it just doesn't affect us.
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33. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 20:07 BST
Surprisingly, I feel fine after playing it on and off for a couple hours. I was worried most that it'd give me a headache. My eyes are certainly feeling dry, but I can live with that. I've eye drops aplenty and don't plan to play this long in the future, at least not with 3D enabled.
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34. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 20:11 BST
I strongly recommend playing it in short burts for a few days before going all out on a 20 hour marathon. Because, as far as I was concerned, the first time I layed eyes on the console, after 20 minutes I felt dizzy. Now I can play all day with 3D activated, I think I won't feel too bad after.
35. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 20:19 BST
Been playing SSF4 since Thursday evening in bursts of perhaps 1 to 2 hours each. No eye strain and no side effects, with the 3D slider at about 3/4.
Edited on Sun 27th March, 2011 @ 20:19 by Ashler
36. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 20:22 BST
Not at all I can almost always have it up on the highest 3D setting, except for Pilotwings for some reason...
37. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 20:24 BST
Yup, it hurts mine. Every thing stays doubled for like a minute. DX
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38. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 20:46 BST
I'm completely fine with it. Really depends on the person. I guess. I haven't even had problems staying in the sweet spot with games like FaceRaiders, despite having to move around a lot. I suspect there's just a certain knack for it that you need to acquire. It seems like it came to me more easily than most.
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39. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 20:53 BST
No issues at all from me so far! It seems that the image is much clearer with the slider around halfway.
UPDATE: Madden definitely is giving me headaches. Not the migraines I've gotten from 3D before, but I think it's the constant change from 2D to 3D from constantly utilizing the touchscreen to select plays.
Edited on Sun 27th March, 2011 @ 22:31 by Slapshot
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40. Posted: Sun 27th Mar 2011 22:56 BST
No problem with my eyes...but apparently I get "seasick" while playing 3D. DAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM! I hope I get past this.
Edited on Sun 27th March, 2011 @ 22:56 by MERG
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