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3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/28 3:59
Nintendoid!
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Lets get our 3D game on.

Mine is: 4253-3484-5797
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#2
Re: 3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/28 4:25
PVB Elite
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Edit:
What games did you pick up, VBSAM? I have Street Fighter and Bust-A-Move.

Also, cool the 3DS at least works with WPA wireless security instead of just WEP like DS. :)
Edited by VirtualJockey on 2011/3/28 4:48
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Re: 3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/28 4:54
Nintendoid!
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Quote:

What games did you pick up, VBSAM? I have Street Fighter and Bust-A-Move.

Also, cool the 3DS at least works with WPA wireless security instead of just WEP like DS. :)


I picked up Street Fighter and Steel Diver.

Yeah, the WPA support is great! Also, the new friend code system is a major improvement.
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#4
Re: 3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/28 5:15
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Quote:

VBSAM wrote:
Quote:

What games did you pick up, VBSAM? I have Street Fighter and Bust-A-Move.

Also, cool the 3DS at least works with WPA wireless security instead of just WEP like DS. :)


I picked up Street Fighter and Steel Diver.

Yeah, the WPA support is great! Also, the new friend code system is a major improvement.


You're in luck, you'll surely be able to rack up some wins playing me on SF4. I've been out of the Capcom Fighting loop since the SF Alpha 3 and Vampire Savior days! ^_^*

As for the WPA support, it's not ideal but a comfortable happy medium. Before with the DS I'd have to change my router settings every time I played online because I wasn't happy with WEP as my primary router setting in this day and age.

May I ask where you find to be the best comfortable 24/7 3D slider setting? [So far] I've found having the little bar in the center of the slider resting exactly above the glowing 3D logo to be the best for enjoying all the visuals while actively focusing on the foreground objects. I'm loving the depth slider, ala Golf/Red Alarm/3D Tetris depth options.
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#5
Re: 3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/28 5:27
Nintendoid!
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I'm no good at Street Fighter either haha, I'm starting in Easy Mode trying to work my way up.

I've had the depth slider all the way up. Hasn't given me any problems yet. The only time I cranked it down a bit was playing the AR Games. I should also mention that I tried Pilotwings on a display unit at the store, and I couldn't handle the 3D if the slider was more than halfway up. Its REALLY nice being able to adjust the depth so freely.
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#6
Re: 3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/28 5:52
PVB Elite
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Quote:

VBSAM wrote:
I'm no good at Street Fighter either haha, I'm starting in Easy Mode trying to work my way up.

I've had the depth slider all the way up. Hasn't given me any problems yet. The only time I cranked it down a bit was playing the AR Games. I should also mention that I tried Pilotwings on a display unit at the store, and I couldn't handle the 3D if the slider was more than halfway up. Its REALLY nice being able to adjust the depth so freely.


Good times. I can enjoy the 3D settings with the slider at max, but find that the background is *sort of* out of focus when I view the up close characters (same as the VB, have to individually focus your eyes at the up close and at the distant object separately, where-as just about 60% up I can enjoy the 3d for both at the same time if that makes any sense.

I also wear glasses for distance-only, and I find that having them on noticeably hinders the 3D effect even though I can usually see up close while wearing them fine (same with VB, personal problem?).
This is my first hands on experience with an auto-stereoscopic display, and I must say I am pleased with the goods delivered.
3DS = Virtual Boy II
I still prefer the VB, because 3DS still doesn't submerge & isolate you in a different world the same as say Red Alarm does with your face shoved into a dark mask. The viewing angles could be a little better, but if you don't flail around a lot during gaming sessions, the 3DS display will deliver the cure for what ails you. :)
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#7
Re: 3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/28 11:16
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Here's mine: 3093-7057-3393
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#8
Re: 3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/28 13:58
PVB Elite
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I'm on: 0774-4241-7576
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#9
Re: 3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/28 16:31
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#10
Re: 3DS Friend Codes
Posted on: 2011/3/29 14:43
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