The Drought is Over, the 3DS Awakens

Posted by | November 3, 2011

When Nintendo released the 3DS, gamers weren’t impressed. Sure, the 3D technology was interesting, but their old DS systems worked just fine, the 3DS release lineup was lacking, and the price tag was too high. Nintendo was left alone to hold their system aloft atop Pride Rock to an empty valley. The situation has since changed. IGN challenges you to take a new look at the 3DS, and stop complaining.

1 Comment so far
  1. Nelson Williams
    November 3, 2011 7:12 am

    It’ll be good to see just what the 3DS can do once it finally finds its footing. I get the feeling developers just don’t know what to make of the handheld yet. I mean, other than Sony. They’re looking at the 3DS as the head of a hammer held high to smash in their needs-bulky-glasses 3D technology empire.

    Personally, I don’t see the draw of 3D tech. I’m ready to go straight for pumping the signal into our sensory nerves. That’s the future I’m looking at. Anything between that and what we have is really just a new way to chisel rock.

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