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James

geek-master wrote:

i think you might need to take the lithium polymer batterie out the back of the 3DS and let it cool off for 5 min. honestly if you play long enouth without turning off your 3DS it will wear on the ram

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TeeJay

James Newton wrote:

geek-master wrote:

i think you might need to take the lithium polymer batterie out the back of the 3DS and let it cool off for 5 min. honestly if you play long enouth without turning off your 3DS it will wear on the ram

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Huh?

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Kid_A

James Newton wrote:

geek-master wrote:

i think you might need to take the lithium polymer batterie out the back of the 3DS and let it cool off for 5 min. honestly if you play long enouth without turning off your 3DS it will wear on the ram

Hall of Fame post for me. Superb stuff.

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theblackdragon

James Newton wrote:

geek-master wrote:

i think you might need to take the lithium polymer batterie out the back of the 3DS and let it cool off for 5 min. honestly if you play long enouth without turning off your 3DS it will wear on the ram

Hall of Fame post for me. Superb stuff.

hahaha i was so distracted last night i'd forgotten he'd posted that. :3

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This a mod thing? I don't get it...geek-master was just explaining battery RAM...

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Yasume

I'm glad that I kept my XL. I tried some DS games on the 3DS, but they looked horrible imo. They probably don't to others, but I guess I'm just used to the brightness of the XL.

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Lzeon

Honestly I use the DS resolution and I barely notice the bigger screens. I just pretend it's a fancy DS

Also, what the bleh was that guy talking about?

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Kid_A

Yasume wrote:

I'm glad that I kept my XL. I tried some DS games on the 3DS, but they looked horrible imo. They probably don't to others, but I guess I'm just used to the brightness of the XL.

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warioswoods

I haven't played a whole lot with the backwards compatibility yet, but my impressions:

If the game uses polygonal graphics, it looks quite nice and perhaps even a little less jagged on the 3DS.

If it uses sprites or 2d pixel graphics, it will look a bit blurry but honestly I find it perfectly tolerable, and can go mini when necessary.

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James Newton wrote:

geek-master wrote:

i think you might need to take the lithium polymer batterie out the back of the 3DS and let it cool off for 5 min. honestly if you play long enouth without turning off your 3DS it will wear on the ram

Hall of Fame post for me. Superb stuff.

wow thanks for the compliments

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SwerdMurd

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Kid_A wrote:

geek-master wrote:

i think you might need to take the lithium polymer batterie out the back of the 3DS and let it cool off for 5 min. honestly if you play long enouth without turning off your 3DS it will wear on the ram

What's this now?

RAM (random access memory) is the core component to rendering the graphics of the 3DS. playing 64bit and above games for long periods of time will put a grinding hault on the ram of your 3DS. also the battery is a pretty easy fix. like any phone just take it out and let it cool off for a while then pop it back in

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Swerd_Murd wrote:

geek-master wrote:

Kid_A wrote:

geek-master wrote:

i think you might need to take the lithium polymer batterie out the back of the 3DS and let it cool off for 5 min. honestly if you play long enouth without turning off your 3DS it will wear on the ram

What's this now?

RAM (random access memory) is the core component to rendering the graphics of the 3DS. playing 64bit and above games for long periods of time will put a grinding hault on the ram of your 3DS. also the battery is a pretty easy fix. like any phone just take it out and let it cool off for a while then pop it back in

This is the greatest thing I've ever read in my entire life.

wow real brain food huh?

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Kid_A

warioswoods wrote:

I haven't played a whole lot with the backwards compatibility yet, but my impressions:

If the game uses polygonal graphics, it looks quite nice and perhaps even a little less jagged on the 3DS.

If it uses sprites or 2d pixel graphics, it will look a bit blurry but honestly I find it perfectly tolerable, and can go mini when necessary.

See, I popped in Phantom Hourglass, and it came across as rather washed out and blurry to me. Less jagged, I suppose, but only because it was too fuzzy to see the fine details.

Pokemon Black fared a bit better, but it's not the best-looking game to begin with.

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theblackdragon

geek-master wrote:

wow real brain food huh?

it's not so much 'brain food' as 'junk food'. Please don't advise people to take their consoles apart, geek-master, especially not when the problem (the fuzziness/washed out-ness of DS titles played on the 3DS) is an unavoidable issue and the 'solution' you've provided is absolute bull. thank you in advance.

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nick_gc

Agreed that DS games look washed out. Not bothered about the fuzziness though.

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Better than the ds's gba backward compatability you couldn't use multiplayer.

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Lzeon

Yasume wrote:

I'm glad that I kept my XL. I tried some DS games on the 3DS, but they looked horrible imo. They probably don't to others, but I guess I'm just used to the brightness of the XL.

I believe it's because the 3DS's resolution is much higher than the DSi/XL (320x240 vs 256x192).

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geek-master

theblackdragon wrote:

geek-master wrote:

wow real brain food huh?

it's not so much 'brain food' as 'junk food'. Please don't advise people to take their consoles apart, geek-master, especially not when the problem (the fuzziness/washed out-ness of DS titles played on the 3DS) is an unavoidable issue and the 'solution' you've provided is absolute bull. thank you in advance.

i never said anything regarding taking apart the nintendo 3DS. i would not even consider removing the cover to the battery compartment "Disassembling" the 3DS. and what i meant by the RAM is that like all computers that have microchips and run programs they need time to recover from usage.

when i posted those comments i was just trying to figure out why this was happening. maybe i was thinking out loud but i was making a estimation.

i do now know that the 3DS for whatever reason was built this way to give out terible resulotion on regular DS games. i did not find this out JUST because of your comment but because a friend of mine that i actualy know in real life informed me of this when he played ds games on his 3DS.

taking apart your 3DS will not solve the problem at all. but im JUST THINKING down the road nintendo could solve this with a possible firmware update

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