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User Info: ImGanondorfLol

7 years ago#1
The 3D effects wont give me cancer, will they?
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User Info: Samuri

7 years ago#2
Yes its also known to give you AIDs and diarrhea.
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User Info: MetaKirbyFan

7 years ago#3
Yes, they will. Everyone who used one at E3 is in the hospital right now.
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User Info: ImGanondorfLol

7 years ago#4
I mean long term exposure.
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User Info: trenken

7 years ago#5
Lol, funny topic.

Only thing known is Kojima said it gives you a headache after a little while, which I expected. The advantage of using glasses is its not a strain on your eyes, but the way they are doing it, your brain needs to work hard to process the 2 seperate images.

User Info: pocchama1996

7 years ago#6
well considering scientists are saying too much of everything pretty much can cause cancer it wouldnt surprise me

they even said that having lights on at night can cause cancer
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User Info: Megaman Omega

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7 years ago#7
Yeah, the 3DS works using pixie dust and magic spells, and that may cause weird radiation that causes cancer, AIDS, diarrhea as well as random mutations. One of the guys that was at E3 now has a tentacle growing out of his back.

No seriously, why the heck would you get cancer or anything else, it's the exact same thing that the DS (or any screen for that matter) was.
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