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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Rock Raiyu, May 15, 2010.
News Source: RPG Land
I read somewhere that it's just a fake mockup..
I sure hope so. That'd be the most uncomfortable-looking analog nub I've ever seen that wasn't attached to a PSP.
It's probably fake. why would there be 2 cameras?
Along with those buttons.
So flat my fingers are hurting just thinking about it.
you need 2 cameras for a 3d picture that someone else posted in a thread that 3ds might have a 3d camera
3ds is all about perspective and you have to see from 2 different angles to create a 3d image
so therefore there are 2 cameras at 2 angles to make a 3d camera or image
Ahh sorry, my bad. Thanks for the info.
Not really into the 3D thing.:\
Nope, it is not.
Obviously fake, looks waaayy too similar to NDS lite. And also i wouldnt expect it to be that thin. I would expect atleast the width of the phat ds.
the 2 cameras make sense, but I gotta say that if the 3ds is even remotely like this, well I'm rather underimpressed. Its looks like a new dsi more than a next generation handheld. Props to the OP for posting though, its kinda fun to speculate.
As said above, the buttons give it away. They're flat It's either hilariously fake, one of the worst console designs ever, or a terrible image.
Oh I'd also like to point out how having the power button so close to the analog nub is a big "wtf".
I understand the design but I'm gonna say that it's fake.
betta be fake!
This is the worst design I've ever seen, because it looks exactly like a DSi. I can't believe they bothered to make a magazine spoof just for this piece of shit.
If this is true then it would suck.....
If it's fake let the lord be praised.
That's the ugliest thing I've ever seen since the CDi
its just a DSi with larger screens and an analog nub, which, as somebody pointed out, is way too close to the power button.
"Now lets just walk backwards to get to the save point, and... FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF-!"
Who could possibly fall for this?
This thread is now closed at the request of the OP.