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Sleet wrote:There's a slider that allows you to turn off the 3D if you want.
They didn't tell me that...But I don't think I'm going to buy it anymore. Sure there are some games I wanted to play in the 3ds (such as pokemon and starfox). Maybe I'll wait some more for more games before buying it. I won't repeat the same mistake I did with my gameboy, which I bought for pokemon ONLY. XD
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I don't see the point in waiting. We KNOW theres gonna be loads and loads of games on it. They just arnt all there yet. If you wait now when it does have all the agmes you want you may not be able to get the console then. So you should get it now.

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The only benefit of waiting is waiting for a price drop. But that won't be for a while, so if you can afford it now and plan on getting one in the relatively near future, now's as good a time as any.
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Sleet wrote:The only benefit of waiting is waiting for a price drop. But that won't be for a while, so if you can afford it now and plan on getting one in the relatively near future, now's as good a time as any.
not only that. I KNOW nintendo will release a better version with bigger screen, for example, sometime soon. Beside, what I meant with waiting for more games is that I want to wait for games that I might enjoy. To begin with I don't like mario, zelda or metroid. fighting games are only fun with friends to play with. And as fpr rpg, I still have the games of my psp library. I'll buy the 3ds if the rpg games (gameplay AND story) catch my interest.
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The other benefit of waiting is to see if the 3D effect is a gimmick or actually adds to gameplay. I am of the opinion that unless 3D becomes analogous with sci-fi level VR, 3D will remain a gimmick. Adding 3D effects has not revolutionized films, or even slightly improve them and I doubt it will add anything to games. It could be that the 3DS adds to the gaming experience, but for now I'm going to pass on this one. My money can be better spent elsewhere.
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3D is an optional gimmick, but it's not a distracting one. In a way, it's like surround sound.
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I dunno, I often find 3D to be really distracting. The majority of 3D movies and TV shows I've seen (before I swore them off) looked like they were made from flickering cardboard cutouts.

And then there were, like, one and a half* movies where the 3D effect looked completely natural and real and thus became unnoticeable after the first five minutes.

*Avatar, for me, seemed to be frequently switching between these two modes.
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At first it's going to be obnoxious, because movies are like "HEY I'M 3D LOOK AT ME." When the novelty wears off, it's going to be more natural; if you don't realize you're watching in 3D, that's a good thing. I think the only thing keeping 3D movies from being the future is the fact that most people don't want to have to wear glasses. The 3DS doesn't have this problem.
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The only 3d anything I've actually enjoyed was How to Train Your Dragon. 3DS seems a bit gimmicky to me, idk. I might try to get it, seeing as I lost my DS when I moved into an apartment.

Def gonna get Ocarina of Time if I get it. I never beat it when it was on N64. Heck, I haven't even finished Twilight Princess =(

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The 3d is has 3d INTO the screen. This opens a brand new level in gameplay. Theres many things in games you should be able to see but can't because a telveision is only 2d while the images are 3d. The 3d will allow you to trun the screen or your head and allow you to see things you should be able to see.

Also why is gimmiky such a negative word. If you don't have a gimmk your just like everything else. Gimmiky is a good thing.
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I'll only be amased by 3d the moment it reaches the hologram level
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I hope we can skip holographic gaming and go directly to a helmet that directs our brain signals to make us believe we're actually in the game. Yay, theoretical Video Game discussion.
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:a helmet that directs our brain signals
This sounds kinda creepy and Bradburian when you put it that way
Or any way
Sleet wrote:3D is an optional gimmick, but it's not a distracting one. In a way, it's like surround sound.
Depending on how it's used... it can be REALLY distracting if used or produced badly.
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CaptainPea wrote:
RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:a helmet that directs our brain signals
This sounds kinda creepy and Bradburian when you put it that way
Or any way
indeed. especially when you think it would be connected to the internet for MMORPGs. Hackers. there would have to be a separate component to keep you in sleep paralysis while you play.
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So i been thinking: Anyone here play Browser-based RPG games?

I love Zombie games, but one in particular that i love has always been Urban Dead at http://www.urbandead.com/

The game is simple: It's a endless fight between the survivors and Zombies. There's a map of the city in the game and your job is to help out your fellow survivors and/or zombie crew in taking down the opposition. The game however is mostly a RPing experience that's similar to Resident Evil, but RPG-style. you can't carry too much and buildings in the game can be as exciting to barricade and fight a group of zombie players.

If you want to know more, there's also a Wiki for the game at the website. just click on the Wiki and give it a go. I'm interested in creating a Housepets crew myself. We could either find a Police Department/Hospital for other survivors, help out at one of the 4 major malls or start our own Zombie crew. Braaaains!
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GameCobra wrote:So i been thinking: Anyone here play Browser-based RPG games?

I love Zombie games, but one in particular that i love has always been Urban Dead at http://www.urbandead.com/

The game is simple: It's a endless fight between the survivors and Zombies. There's a map of the city in the game and your job is to help out your fellow survivors and/or zombie crew in taking down the opposition. The game however is mostly a RPing experience that's similar to Resident Evil, but RPG-style. you can't carry too much and buildings in the game can be as exciting to barricade and fight a group of zombie players.

If you want to know more, there's also a Wiki for the game at the website. just click on the Wiki and give it a go. I'm interested in creating a Housepets crew myself. We could either find a Police Department/Hospital for other survivors, help out at one of the 4 major malls or start our own Zombie crew. Braaaains!
It seems pretty interesting. I'll give it a try.
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Tired of easy games holding your hand? Want a challenge? Want to cry when random events shark you?(cause they will) Play the freeware version of the old computer game "Buzz Aldrin's Race into Space", now called Race into Space. It is the late 1950's and your goal is to beat the opposite world power (Russia/USA) in putting a man (or woman) on the moon and getting them back home. You have to buy, research, and test various pieces of equipment along the way and hope nothing fails during the various stages of the missions.

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Good to hear, mate. i'm currently hiding in St. Benedict's hospital in the game protecting the doctors there. It's currently heavily barracaded though ,so unless you have the free running ability (lets you run between buildings safely) It's going to be tough getting in =P
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video game makes me remember my childhood, playing super mario world, super mario kart and some others from the super nintendo...But now I'm just waiting for the price of 3DS to get down(and it gonna be when nintendo launches another game, since in Brazil I need to pay double the original price(I think :D ).Well, I'll need to be happy with my wii, ps2 and n64 for now. :lol:
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For the ones who plays Team Fortress 2:
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Piggybacking off of Balto's post, I really enjoy the Trauma Center/Team franchise. They sure do come up with some strange diseases...
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God, now i can get all my FPSer buddies playing...

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I usually play online flash games. Destructo Truck and Mass Mayhem 2 are defiantly my favorites. The only console game I play is Call of Duty Black Ops. Zombies for the Xbox and PS3. I'm not biased when it comes to consoles.

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Team Fortress 2 is now F2P
SQUEEEE!!!!

Edit: Also, got the Black Ops 2nd map pack. Call of the Dead is so confusing.

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Shake wrote:I dunno, I often find 3D to be really distracting. The majority of 3D movies and TV shows I've seen (before I swore them off) looked like they were made from flickering cardboard cutouts.

And then there were, like, one and a half* movies where the 3D effect looked completely natural and real and thus became unnoticeable after the first five minutes.

*Avatar, for me, seemed to be frequently switching between these two modes.
For most movies, that's exactly what's going on, the directors decided to shoot on standard film cameras, and then the studio goes up to them and says "HAI MR. DIRECTOR WE'RE GONNA RELEASE YOUR MOVIE IN 3D" which is actually called stereoscopic within the industry, 3D is just the marketing term, and so they spend a few million extra dollars (the extra revenue stereoscopic 3D movies bring in is tens of millions of dollars) cutting out each character like they're paper cut outs, and re-arrange them in a 3D space, and the result you get is flat paper characters moving around in a 3D world. Avatar was one of the few live-action, non-IMAX movies actually filmed with stereoscopic cameras. Coraline, a stop-motion animation, used a traditional digital photographic camera, but they shot both left and right eye angles for each frame. Computer-animated graphics are trivial to render in stereoscopic 3D, because they're already 3D.

The other problem you have is that stereoscopic 3D movies cut the brightness down by one-half to a quarter, except for IMAX 3D or any other setup which uses two projectors (which is next to none). The 3DS avoids this by doubling the brightness of the top screen, if you've noticed, the battery life of the 3DS isn't as great as the DS.

There's also other problems with making 3D videogames, for instance, trying to add stereoscopic 3D to FPS scopes, which you don't actually actually see in stereo since YOU USE A SINGLE EYE. Telescopes aren't stereoscopic, people, only binoculars are, and even then because of the zoom you still can't see the effect it's diminished by the zoom so much.

This said, I just tried out Ocarina of Time for 3DS and it looks amazing, it really does. Related to the game, has anyone seen this ad for it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bINUfbLV_0M

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Anyway into the screen 3d can really help gameplay by adding depth to the levels. Literal depth.

In my opinion on buying consoles. Eventually everyconsole is gonna have a large library and its inevitable that there are gonna be games you will want but then can't get. So they way I always work is bye getting everything as soon as possible so I never have that problem. If you have the all the consoles you don't have to worry about exclusives. Although I HATE the resent things game companies have been doing.

Hey this game is on both consoles BUT the PS3 version gets this this this and this. If you don't have the PS3 feel free to enjoy a lesser version of our game for the same price.
I mean honestly thats like if I bought a movie and you bought the same movie, but mine had 1 extra hour of footage.

Or to be more literal on the subject. I buy the game on PS3 you buy it on Xbox. I have 6 more guns, 1 hour added on the story,3 extra party members and I got an extra mode. While you get the same game exept with out all that. Its okay when one is the special edition like with Star Ocean and Eternal Sonata because those were made afterward, but when a new game comes out on both and they pull this it just ticks me off.
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Cwitt wrote:Team Fortress 2 is now F2P
SQUEEEE!!!!

Edit: Also, got the Black Ops 2nd map pack. Call of the Dead is so confusing.
Call of the dead is a huge map and I agree with you it is very confusing. There are however fun Easter Eggs and the map is pretty fun regardless of it's massive size.

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Cwitt wrote:Team Fortress 2 is now F2P
SQUEEEE!!!!

Edit: Also, got the Black Ops 2nd map pack. Call of the Dead is so confusing.
360, right? I've played the heck out of it, so if so, I can help you get your bearings.
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Tha Housefox wrote:
Cwitt wrote:Team Fortress 2 is now F2P
SQUEEEE!!!!

Edit: Also, got the Black Ops 2nd map pack. Call of the Dead is so confusing.
360, right? I've played the heck out of it, so if so, I can help you get your bearings.
What's a good strategy for a two player match? How many doors should each player buy? What weapons should be purchased?

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Tha Housefox wrote:
Cwitt wrote:Team Fortress 2 is now F2P
SQUEEEE!!!!

Edit: Also, got the Black Ops 2nd map pack. Call of the Dead is so confusing.
360, right? I've played the heck out of it, so if so, I can help you get your bearings.
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Brian wrote:
Tha Housefox wrote:
Cwitt wrote:Team Fortress 2 is now F2P
SQUEEEE!!!!

Edit: Also, got the Black Ops 2nd map pack. Call of the Dead is so confusing.
360, right? I've played the heck out of it, so if so, I can help you get your bearings.
What's a good strategy for a two player match? How many doors should each player buy? What weapons should be purchased?
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For doors, it's really just who has more money when you need to get moving.

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Where can I get TF2?

Aaaannnnddd, anyone here in the middle of playing Amnesia: The Dark Descent, or has already played through it? I've been playing for a few days now. There's no doubt this is a game you want to take your time with. Having no weapons, or means to defend yourself, besides hiding in the darkness, and running away... it keeps you on your toes, and keeps your heart racing. This has to be the creepiest game I've ever played. Much better then Silent Hill.

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Mareks wrote:
Aaaannnnddd, anyone here in the middle of playing Amnesia: The Dark Descent, or has already played through it?

Yes?:B
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You can get it on Steam.
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Tobee wrote:
Mareks wrote:
Aaaannnnddd, anyone here in the middle of playing Amnesia: The Dark Descent, or has already played through it?

Yes?:B
Cool, what do you think of it? (so far)

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Well, I've finished it.

When I first started playing it, had a few forum members join me on skype(aaron, meschenitz etc) and count how many times I swore. ><

I also paused the game every 5 minutes. |3 X3

Anyone who says this game is not scary is a fool >:V
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I've watched Elliot play it. Maybe it was because I was watching through Skype, but I didn't find it scary.
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Play it for yourself.

Feel the panic creep up on you as all the freaking sounds make you go freaking insane


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I can't play it because:
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2.) My computers can't support it very well.
3.) I have no disk space on my laptop for it. :/
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