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Didn't they announce a double-sized DS as well?
I still have my DS Phat, so if this has the sleekness of the Lite and the features of the DSi, then it's probably a buy for me.
I understand, but I still want the potability and download store that I've missed out on.
@Li: Well I guess I'm gonna waste my money then on the XL and a pirate card because I've got a lot of catchup to do on the DS. Am I the only one who actually wants an XL?
Virtual Boy 2.0
If it's VirtualBoy, then it's awesome because you own a Virtual Boy. Owning a Virtual Boy today is awesome. If it's a success, then you bought the right thing. It's a guaranteed win to purchase one.
If it's VirtualBoy, then it's awesome because you own a Virtual Boy. Owning a Virtual Boy today is awesome. If it's a success, then you bought the right thing. It's a guaranteed win to purchase one.Yeah, but what if it's just mediocre? A bunch of people buy it, and then go "This thing's a pile of shit and there's like five worthwhile games for it and I only like one of them." Then it's not awesome because everyone has one, and it's also not awesome because it's a shitty console. This is pretty much how I view my Wii right now.
it was due to the fact that the display was only in red and black
it was due to the fact that the display was only in red and blackWell, that and the fact that playtime in excess of 5 minutes absolutely wrecked your eyes.
would headaches or eye-strain still occur?
Trogdor, did you ever play a Virtual Boy before or are you only going by what you have heard and just jumping on that bandwagon without actually having experienced what said bandwagon is saying?
would headaches or eye-strain still occur?My guess is that the headaches and strain of the VirtualBoy are due to the required uncomfortable sitting position, and the imperfect focus. Yes, you could adjust the focus, but it would never be quite perfect for any given pair of eyeballs. The result is that your eyes do a lot of work to keep things in focus, causing strain.
There is a better way...
There is a better way...Haha, that reminds me of this thing I had as a kid that basically strapped around your head and had a tiny little LED screen that was projected onto a piece of plastic that went over your eye, then the whole thing had a controller attached to it. It was a racing game. It sucked