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81. Posted: Mon 7th Mar 2011 16:43 GMT
I'd have to echo a lot of the people here and say battery life. It seems like marketing-wise the Big N is kinda doing okay. Games-wise? Give me some awesome 3DS-to-Wii connectivity, please. Also, I am worried that most of the franchises will be ports; or lame off-shoots like PILOTWINGS RESORT. Seriously, I've waited 15 years for a new PILOTWINGS and I'm going to be flying around Wuhu Island? Also, the prices are worrying me. Why aren't Zelda and Star Fox 64 selling for $34.99? Ports and remakes should be cheaper. And don't even get me started on Tecmo charging $50 for DOA and Samurai Warriors!!!
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82. Posted: Mon 7th Mar 2011 16:46 GMT
Oh, and for all the people complaining about a lack of 2D games . . . CASTLEVANIA will be 2D - Unless they port 64 or Legacy of Darkness, lol.
83. Posted: Mon 7th Mar 2011 16:51 GMT
It's so stupid how there is shovelware yet kids under the age of seven aren't allowed to play the 3DSIT'S TOTAL BLASPHEMY
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84. Posted: Mon 7th Mar 2011 16:57 GMT
Kids under the age of 7 can play the 3DS. Nintendo just advises that they do it with the 3D effect turned off. Shovelware ahoy!
BTW, games aimed at under 7s are not all shovelware and all shovelware is not aimed at kids under 7.
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85. Posted: Mon 7th Mar 2011 17:08 GMT
Kids under the age of 7 can play the 3DS. Nintendo just advises that they do it with the 3D effect turned off. Shovelware ahoy!BTW, games aimed at under 7s are not all shovelware and all shovelware is not aimed at kids under 7.
hmm I guess shovelware does technically mean crappy games right?
86. Posted: Mon 7th Mar 2011 18:20 GMT
I'm worried about finding something to worry about. You play a bad game, and then think all these 3DS games are going to have similar things that annoyed you in that game. Sure, all but one game right now has 3D effects. But that is way different than the touch control scheme that was with the original DS. At least they are trying different things. This is a little different now. Last time, some games you couldn't change the controls. (Zelda Phantom Hour Glass) but this time, you can turn the 3D off.
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87. Posted: Mon 7th Mar 2011 18:34 GMT
My biggest worry the 3DS is gonna mess up my vision badly. Yeah, i'm getting a 3DS with that in mind, and i'll likely the 3D slider in the off position most of the time, but i can't help but fear for my vision. I'm in my teens, and already all those years of gaming have given me glasses...
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88. Posted: Mon 7th Mar 2011 18:50 GMT
I'm not too worried. Everyone told me I would mess my eyes up with games, but I have far passed perfection with my eyesight, and I've been playing since before I could walk. And think about the developers, they have to MAKE this stuff. They look at it for way longer than we do. Months and months, even years at a time, for just one game. Not necessarily the 3D part, but yeah. Constant screen staring.
89. Posted: Tue 8th Mar 2011 11:13 GMT
I worry that I'll fail all my exams because of excessive gaming.
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90. Posted: Tue 8th Mar 2011 11:33 GMT
I worry that I won't finish coding the iPhone version of my game before the 3DS comes out. I'm not likely to finish it after!
91. Posted: Tue 8th Mar 2011 12:11 GMT
I worry about the fact the games that are already announce are going to be too awesome. So much so that it'll blow my mind
92. Posted: Tue 8th Mar 2011 13:13 GMT
I'm worried that the 3DS will do damage to my eyesightalso I'm worried about the battery life it's gonna run out so fast I probably won't be bothered charging it in the future.
93. Posted: Tue 8th Mar 2011 16:58 GMT
I'm worried about a Smash Bros. game not being on the 3DS....
And Viewtiful Joe 3.
94. Posted: Tue 8th Mar 2011 19:17 GMT
im worried that they'll push the release date back
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95. Posted: Tue 8th Mar 2011 20:39 GMT
I'm worried the 3DS will be sold out like it was in Japan. Of course, I wouldn't be worried if I had preorderd it, but I won't know since I left that to my mom. My birthday is approaching.
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96. Posted: Tue 8th Mar 2011 20:41 GMT
I agree with a couple of those.
The biggest problem will be that Nintendo is thinking about re-releasing old games in 3D and calling them new. If we go through a New Play Control phase, where we only get one new game in like six months, that would be awful.
Since the NPC thing failed though, hopefully Nintendo realizes we want new games with new gimmicks, not old games with new gimmicks.
97. Posted: Tue 8th Mar 2011 21:31 GMT
The bottom screen's size. Besides that small setback, everything seems fine.
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98. Posted: Wed 9th Mar 2011 01:43 GMT
I see your point in creating that thread Mister. And it´s just (y)our feelings, so why shouldn´t we write about. I don´t see any bashing intended.
My biggest concerns would be long in-game loading times and getting eye-strains. And i don´t want to turn the 3D down too much because it´s the main reason i´m getting the system to begin with.
In a whole i think it will be interesting what developers are willing to invest in the 3DS. Of course that depends on how well the games and the system itself will sell.The novelty of the 3D-effect will wear off if it isn´t used in refreshing ways and no one will want to see ports anymore then too. I´d compare it to the time DS-games needed to come to a real quality level. And hopefully the 3DS will do even better and provide some deep experiences.
And i wouldn´t worry about 2D-gameplay getting lost. It´s too good and profitable right now.
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99. Posted: Wed 9th Mar 2011 06:19 GMT
One of my biggest concerns that I'm surprised many haven't mentioned is the announcement of turbo graphix 16 compatibility. We know we will be able to transfer dsiware to 3ds but what about tbgx from Wii to 3ds. I downloaded more Turbo games on VC than any other console. It would be a shame if I have to re-buy them all. Though I won't be TOO made if they are all 3d emulations and Nintendo continues to charge fresh prices for them.
The other problem is that I buy portable systems for different experiences than consoles, not for dumbed down ports. That's one of the things that bothered me about PSP and it's marketing and it's software. It balance out eventually but it took a bit too long to do so. I take a portable friendly Chinatown Wars over a "console-style" Liberty City Stories any day.
Edited on Wed 9th March, 2011 @ 06:28 by brandonbwii
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100. Posted: Wed 9th Mar 2011 06:20 GMT
How's the hinge and shoulder buttons?