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Sat 15th Jan 2011

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3dbrains commented on Feature: Five Key Reveals We Want in 2015's Fi...:

I did the unthinkable. I sold my WiiU yesterday. Lost all my digital games. Last time I buy anything digitally. No resale = waste of money.
Maybe last nintendo console I ever owned.
Fed up with all the pointless rubbish.



3dbrains commented on Nintendo Is Sorry That The Wii U's TVii Servic...:

I really hope they get this released soon. We could sue Nintendo for false advertising. It was a big reason I bought the WiiU, it's well overdue.
It's even advertised as a main feature on the back of the box.
Get it sorted Nintendo.



3dbrains commented on Review: Coaster Crazy Deluxe (Wii U eShop):

during the 'replay' you can shake the gamepad to make the riders throw up or jolt the gamepad up with both hands to launch them. silly but fun. this is not a replay but real time physics.



3dbrains commented on You'll Be Able To Use Wii Fit U For One Month ...:

Very pleased. The missus will be getting this. Already have a balance board and motion plus controllers. one month free to see if it's better than wii fit 2 - if it is, we will be buying the active pocket dongle thingy.
Well done Nintendo!



3dbrains commented on Miyamoto Unsure Nintendo Can Make Another "Gre...:

Why the big need to "ADD" something to a game that is perfect already?

Just make 20 new tracks & 10 HD F-ZeroGX tracks! I will pay £60 for that and smile all the way home.

You dont need to add anything new. If you did, it would be rubbish.



3dbrains commented on Insomniac Not Working On Wii U, Considers It M...:

WiiU not next gen? If it was last gen we would have had it 6 years ago.
I now have a motion controlled TV in my hands ffs! If that's not next gen, I'll shag your gran.
insomniac games are mostly rubbish anyway. I dont see them as a quality game maker, I see them as out of touch with gamers.
Thank you.



3dbrains commented on Rumour: The Recent Wii U System Update Has Boo...:

I can confirm with 100% certainty that this is not true. The WiiU still draws between 28w and 33w of power - depending upon weather on wiiu menu, playing a game, browsing online etc. This means the clock has not been increased as this would use more power.
I just checked.



3dbrains commented on Review: Need for Speed: Most Wanted U (Wii U):

Downloaded and loving it. Best game graphics on any console... EVER...FACT.
Driving is fun and online is epic. Me and my friends are deep into challenging each others' speed runs etc. thank you criterion.
Brilliant game.



3dbrains commented on FEZ Creator Insists The Game Wouldn't Work On ...:

Developers like this one should grow up, get off their lazy arses and get programming if they want to last in this industry. How pathetic. Isnt this the same guy who said all Japanese devs are no good? What a twit.



3dbrains commented on Dead Island: Riptide Developer Says The Engine...:

Maybe publishers forgot they are trying to make money? I mean ffs come on! millions of customers WILL buy these games on WiiU. Thats profit... M O N E Y.

EIther that, or these DEVELOPERS are too lazy? and USELESS? and DUMB? to not want to be a part of the money made by most historically famous GAME company - ever.

It shocks me. $£€



3dbrains commented on Nintendo Facing Lawsuit Over 3D Technology On ...:

Main article: Parallax barrier

The principle of the parallax barrier was independently invented by Auguste Berthier, who published first but produced no practical results,[4]
and by Frederic E. Ives
, who made and exhibited the first known functional autostereoscopic image in 1901.[5]
 About two years later, Ives began selling specimen images as novelties, the first known commercial use. Nearly a century later, Sharp
 developed the electronic flat-panel application of this old technology to commercialization, briefly selling two laptops with the world's only 3D LCD screens.[6]
 These displays are no longer available from Sharp but are still being manufactured and further developed from other companies like Tridelity and SpatialView. Similarly, Hitachi has released the first 3D mobile phone for the Japanese market under distribution by KDDI.[7]
 In 2009, Fujifilm released the Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1
 digital camera, which features a built-in autostereoscopic LCD display measuring 2.8" diagonal. Nintendo
 has also implemented this technology on its latest portable gaming console, theNintendo 3DS