Tuesday, 24 July 2012 14:45
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Satoru Iwata, Nintendo's president, has said in an interview with The Independent that the gaming company will keep including stereoscopic 3D visuals in their future handhelds. Now that they've broken the seal on the third dimension, it seems there is no turning back.
Iwata said, “So, now we’ve created the 3DS and 3DS XL and also have some games out there that are really using that 3D effect that we can see, from my point of view, that it’s an important element. But as human beings are this kind of surprise effect wears off quickly, and [to] just have this 3D stereoscopic effect isn’t going to keep people excited.”
“But I think it’s an important element, it makes graphics more impactful, it proves a sense of immersion that 2D doesn’t have, so I would say generally that 3D is better than 2D.”
Iwata went on to talk about how although Nintendo will be implementing 3D graphics in their handhelds, they will be refraining from adding this feature in any major way to their consoles.
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