Nintendo 3DS Preview

Posted on 25, Mar

On March 27, Nintendo is releasing the Nintendo 3DS. This is the fourth upgrade the DS has had since it was originally released seven years ago. The Nintendo 3DS offers a unique way to play games in 3D without the need for glasses. A 3D Depth Slider along the right side of the top display allows you to control how much 3D you want to see. The lower touch screen display is 3.02” and has a 320 X 240 pixel resolution. The real showcase, though, is the upper LCD screen. It is 3.53” and has a pixel resolution of 800 X 240, allocating 400 pixels to each eye. This enables the 3D effect.

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Although Fallout: New Vegas might be a sequel taking place in the same universe as its predecessor, those of you who have not played Fallout III have nothing to worry about when it comes to understanding the game’s narrative. Simply put, the bomb has dropped on the United States, and the survivors of the tragedy are left to pick up the pieces. The only difference, however, is that since New Vegas takes place a few years after the events of Fallout III, the world has had more time to recover. So much time has passed that Las Vegas is rebuilt into the brightly-lit, crime-infested, sin-encouraging cesspool that everyone loves today. Don’t worry, though, because outside of the walls of reconstructed cities, the United States is still an open-world apocalyptic wasteland for you to investigate, dissect and control with an iron fist.

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