quote Giancarlo Varanini, Editor-at-largeThat being said, there are so many games and demos that impressed. Paper Mario looks absolutely magnificent as does Animal Crossing, which seems like it's finally receiving the upgrade it deserves. That game is almost perfectly suited for the 3DS and what it can do.
quote Tom Mc Shea, Associate Editor(Animal Crossing looks a lot better than the Wii version),
quote Jane Douglas, Section Editor | GameSpot UKI took a look at Kid Icarus Uprising and the Animal Crossing and Metal Gear Solid games for 3DS at the Nintendo booth. These had non-playable demonstrations of how the 3D looks, though in the Metal Gear Solid demo, you can use the new analog pad to move the camera around as you move on rails through some jungle. I also played with Nintendogs (3D petting, adorable) and The Sims, which had a character creator demo that shows your sim in 3D as you dress it and modify the face.
The 3D is impressive straight away, much more effective than I’d expected; when you use the 3D slider next to the upper screen to shift from 2D to 3D mode on the fly, the stuff in the foreground really pops up. The illusion of depth is great--and the colours and brightness aren’t washed out from being viewed through polarized lens glasses. The viewing angle is pretty small--you get that 3D ghosting effect when you tilt the screen-- but that’s no big problem for a handheld console.
quote jdl22It may be hard on the eyes, but I thought having resseti attack us would be fun to watch >__< is it just me?
quote Lost in AzureI haven't seen any 3D movies, mostly because the way it was described seemed too gimmicky to me. Stuff Popping out at me didn't seem too interesting or enhancing.
From what I understand (after seeing another thread in the 3DS forum) its not really the 3D people are expecting, like the movie type 3D. I think it's more like multiple layers of video playing at the same time to create the effect.
I'm not really sure, I wish I could find the video of it that I had seen. D;
quote WikipediaG4TV Patrick Klepek praised Animal Crossing' use of the Nintendo 3DS' stereoscopic 3D effects, commenting that the 3D didn't come out at the players, but rather, gave the game's world "real, tangible depth". IGN editor Craig Harris agreed, describing the 3D effects as "subtle, but helpful". He added that the detail of the environment and objects exceeds that of the Wii game Animal Crossing: City Folk. GameSpot editor Tom Mc Shea echoed this sentiment, calling it the best looking game in the Animal Crossing series.
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