Maybe it's time to return that 3DS Buddy, you know, your friend's 3DS. You know what I'm saying.
Yup! Pretty much it....
Don't fuss about what you didn't get!!
"Though it might not discourage wily glitchers and hackers from giving it the old college try,Infinity Wardhas called in the assistance of noted glitchers in order to help keep theirModern Warfare 3multiplayer experience pure. That's right, much like security firmsconsult with hackers,Modern Warfare 3's developer is looking for a little outside input in order to keep exploits in their game to a minimum."
Same goes for the lady gamers...
Just saw a vid on here "The Future of Gaming: 3D Gamig" and I came to a few realizations.
Because of 3D I hope that this can disallow bad games and movies -which is unlikely and wishful thinking-. But 3D technology is expensive which can make projects cost more resultingin thelikelihoodof seeing more company cutbacks (lets say sacrificing qualities such as gameplay/cinematics and plot/story). 3D is a factor that can be an additional liability or a bonus to our entertainment experience (as mentioned by a few interviewees through the link above).
In the long term I wonder what the psychological aspects it would have on us and how does this change us socially. Can you imagine, watchin the news in 3D? That's excessive especially when medias such as that is to inform, to raise awareness not be entertainment (although they're already playing the habit). I agree that technology is outgrowing the context of the quality in basic elements (eg. importance of storyline/literature) and especially ethics. But I'm all for 3D for entertainment purposes.
I don't have a hdtv since that glasses-less 3DHD would be worth the wait.:shock: