2) I also worried about my son. He's only two, but he's really smart when it comes to electronic devices. He can flip any switch, push buttons, slide my iPhone to view videos of himself. And I know that if I turned off the 3D, there's still a chance he could turn it back on - intentionally or unintentionally. And I don't want any potential damage risk to his developing eyesight.
You do realize that the medical community has come out stating that 3D no more increases risk of developing eyesight than any other monitor, right? In fact the AOA stated that it could actually help by catching eyesight problems at an early age. Of course watching any screen for prolonged periods of time can damage vision, 3D or 2D.
What I can't get over is how she ripped one testicle off..~Frogstir I can't read your topics without expecting Bel Air now.~KensaiBlade
Good to hear, it's perfect for people like you and YOU are the target market. They nailed it really.
You DON'T need the 3D for Super Mario 3D Land.
I played the entire game without it and loved every minute of it minus the Boo ghost levels, which I never like in any mario game ( personal preference).
I've owned a 3DS for a little over a year and have used the 3D feature for a total of about 4-5 minutes just to see what each game looks like, but I never actually play the game in 3D or using the 3D as it distracts me and I can't focus.
Playing SM3DL is the closest I've come to playing a level in Mario 64, since Mario 64.