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I can't believe there wasn't a topic about this already :lol:

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So, what do you guys think? I'm looking forward to it, not only for Star Fox 64 3D, but for Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time, and that Resident Evil game :D

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:repost: :repost: :repost: :repost: again and again :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

That's what the 3DS deserves.

AWESOMENESS  :D

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Ocarina of Time, Starfox 64, Kid Icarus, + tons more. I almost can't wait for it to come out! I also love how they inserted the stick and made it more comfortable than most of Sony's. It should make all the games more fun! (Plus, the chance of a 3D Fire Emblem! XD)

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I don't quite understand the 3 cameras though. Somebody please explain why it has 3 cameras. :/

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I don't quite understand the 3 cameras though. Somebody please explain why it has 3 cameras. :/

The two cameras on the back are required to take a 3D picture. The one on the front is to take mugshots of yourself.

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The two cameras on the back are required to take a 3D picture. The one on the front is to take mugshots of yourself.

Okay, explain a 3D picture.

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Okay, explain a 3D picture.

It's a photo, but 3D.

Also allows you to use the DS as a 'window'. So you could have a ghost game where ghosts appear to float out of objects around you ect.

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It's a photo, but 3D.

Also allows you to use the DS as a 'window'. So you could have a ghost game where ghosts appear to float out of objects around you ect.

That's cool :D

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I still don't get it :oops:

Okay. Look at it this way. One of the camera's is for taking normal pictures. Nothing at all to do with the 3D factor. The other two camera's though, they both project a certain wave of imagery, and when the two images combine, thus what it was built and meant to do, it produces the full three Dimensional image. The projection function on these two camera's however can be controlled by sliding the little thing on the top screen, thus, being able to make it more, or less predominant. Hope that kinda made sense. I am not sure if that is the actual reason, but right now it is what makes sense to me. All I know is that some of the camera's are on just for the 3D comprehension.

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Okay. Look at it this way. One of the camera's is for taking normal pictures. Nothing at all to do with the 3D factor. The other two camera's though, they both project a certain wave of imagery, and when the two images combine, thus what it was built and meant to do, it produces the full three Dimensional image. The projection function on these two camera's however can be controlled by sliding the little thing on the top screen, thus, being able to make it more, or less predominant. Hope that kinda made sense. I am not sure if that is the actual reason, but right now it is what makes sense to me. All I know is that some of the camera's are on just for the 3D comprehension.

Well....it was a start, pics or videos would be helpful. :lol:

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Well....it was a start, pics or videos would be helpful. :lol:

Well, in that case, it is something you could look up and see yourself, but capturing the 3D quality on the System is going to be VERY hard, if possible, to find since it is kinda hard to see visual 3D in a camera shot, or video.

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Watch this and you'll understand it clearer. Ignore the shitty ass overused song.

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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I heard that the 3DS also will make use of an accelerometer and a gyroscope, like the Wii Remote and Wii Motion-Plus respectively, so I can think of some pretty cool ideas involving the depth of the images using that stuff.

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I heard that the 3DS also will make use of an accelerometer and a gyroscope, like the Wii Remote and Wii Motion-Plus respectively, so I can think of some pretty cool ideas involving the depth of the images using that stuff.

Ealy stories claimed that games that need you to move the 3DS like a wiimote killed the 3D, so wonder how it will turn out.

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Ealy stories claimed that games that need you to move the 3DS like a wiimote killed the 3D, so wonder how it will turn out.

Hopefully good.

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I'm definitely going to be buying a Nintend 3DS. Mostly because there's no way I'm going to miss out on Starfox 64 in 3D. :D

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Can you preorder things other than games? Because thats what I wanna do for this.

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Can you preorder things other than games? Because thats what I wanna do for this.

Idk but ditto.

And isn't it cool how you can see 3D on the game without special glasses? ~AWSOMENESS~

It says in GameInformer that they did some science and research about your eyes and did some trick with the screen that lets you screen in 3D O_o

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