[POLL] Do you use screen protectors on your 3DS?

#1GoldenSun3DSPosted 1/19/2013 6:56:18 PM
Look on your 3DS/XL. Are there screen protectors on it? - Results (124 votes)
Yes.
48.39% (60 votes)
60
No.
51.61% (64 votes)
64
This poll is now closed.
Topic. I put new ones on when I got my 3DS back from repairs last year.
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#2Baha05Posted 1/19/2013 6:57:13 PM
Yes
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#3Xenesis XenonPosted 1/19/2013 6:58:58 PM
Never bothered.

I still have a DS I bought second hand in 2003 and the screen works perfectly.
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#4poptarts22Posted 1/19/2013 6:59:06 PM
Yes. Nintendo should really just have Hori protectors pre-installed at this point.

While you CAN play games without causing any visible blemishes on the screen, if you hold the system up just right in the light there will always be microfine scratches no matter how softly you press, especially when playing games like Kid Icarus, Ouendan/EBA, and Theatrhythm.

Screen protectors are a $10 way to make your system as new as day 1 when you decide to sell it, trade it, or just put on new protectors.

It always looks like your 3DS screens are fine until you hold up a used screen protector to the light and the truth is revealed. Most people just don't notice because the backlight of the screens hides the damage.
#5Tzuba12Posted 1/19/2013 7:06:46 PM
Xenesis Xenon posted...
Never bothered.

I still have a DS I bought second hand in 2003 and the screen works perfectly.


2003? Are you sure?
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#6poptarts22Posted 1/19/2013 7:08:21 PM
Tzuba12 posted...
Xenesis Xenon posted...
Never bothered.

I still have a DS I bought second hand in 2003 and the screen works perfectly.


2003? Are you sure?


I'm pretty sure that post is further evidence of why screen protectors are a good thing.

Either that or time travel is real.







Either that or he calls his GBA SP a DS.
#7Xenesis XenonPosted 1/19/2013 7:10:18 PM
Sorry, posted before my coffee.

I meant 2004. :S
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#890sRetroGamingPosted 1/19/2013 7:49:46 PM
poptarts22 posted...
Yes. Nintendo should really just have Hori protectors pre-installed at this point.

While you CAN play games without causing any visible blemishes on the screen, if you hold the system up just right in the light there will always be microfine scratches no matter how softly you press, especially when playing games like Kid Icarus, Ouendan/EBA, and Theatrhythm.

Screen protectors are a $10 way to make your system as new as day 1 when you decide to sell it, trade it, or just put on new protectors.

It always looks like your 3DS screens are fine until you hold up a used screen protector to the light and the truth is revealed. Most people just don't notice because the backlight of the screens hides the damage.


This.
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#9IronMonkey008Posted 1/19/2013 7:55:08 PM
No

Considering getting one but I can't really see my self playing any touch heavy games, I only play RPG so not worried about the occasional selecting of options.
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#10GoldenSun3DS(Topic Creator)Posted 1/19/2013 8:15:32 PM(edited)
Wow, why do so many people neglect their 3DS's? :/
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