According to "developers working on the system", games running on the Nintendo 3DS can look (and perform) even better than those we've seen on one condition: they lose the 3D.
Then itll just be S.
Well reports from E3 said it isn't even real 3d there is only peripheral 3d. and DUHHHHHHHHHH of course it is going to look better because it isn't devoting the energy to 3d.
the 3DS screen's resolution is 800*242, and while using the 3D technology it becomes 400*242 for each eye. It was designed that way. Even my F'ing grammy knows that.
Tbh, i'd much rather it didn't have 3D. I don't like 3D at all. I find it a waste for something that adds no value to games or movies. The reason i'm getting the 3DS is the games.
So close to early xbox 360 ish graphics then?
I doubt all developers will make their games 3D, especially if they can get the game to look better without it!
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All games in 3D take a performance hit. Resolutions are lowered OR they have to lower the graphics or take out some post productions effects.
As long as the system contains great games (3D or otherwise) Nintendo can have my money.
It is going to be an awesome system regardless. As long as it's graphics are better than the current DS then I'm sold!
They have to render the image twice, one for each eye, so yeah there's a big performance hit. There should be a 3D on off switch.
The render hit is very much like a split screen set up so really there is no hit hardly at all and it's mostly done in hardware anyway.
They do remove post processing fx, the main one is depth of field, because it is not needed in 3d, hence there is extra power for the game. Amount of blur needed is also different. Me want, KILLZONE3 3D, snow,rain,epic jungle fights.
They always say something like that when it's new hardware. Next thing you know this puppy will be blowing the Wii outta the water in terms of graphics. Some games already look like it.
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