Don't think I can see the 3D effect. Should I still bother getting this?

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4 years ago#1
Seeing that one of the main selling points is the 3D, I am not too convinced.
4 years ago#2
You're not missing out on much.

And do you really need to ask? The only good game is a port of a 14-year-old N64 game.
4 years ago#3
The 3D is a small tiny bonus, no one should ever not get the system simply because they can't see 3D. It doesn't change the quality of the games that will be available.
4 years ago#4
If you don't have a DS, then get this.

BTW, why can't you see the effect?
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4 years ago#5
You should get it if you like the upcoming selection of games
4 years ago#6
You don't actually need the 3D, that's why there's a slider and the ability to turn it off entirely. Look at the games available, and consider whether they're worth purchasing the system for.
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4 years ago#7
No depth perception? My dad can't see the 3D either.
4 years ago#8
My dad is blind in one eye, so he can't see the 3D. My cousin wears glasses and can't see 3D either, though not everyone with glasses can't see 3D.
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4 years ago#9
Well I already have a DSi and the reason why I can't see it is cause of my lazy eye(s). >>
4 years ago#10
Sure the 3D is a neat visual effect that I really enjoy, but its no means essential to playing the 3DS. The games are still exactly the same whether you view them in 2D or 3D.
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