I know that the AR games are kind of annoying, but I still had a great time playing them. My sister took a whole bunch of pictures using two pig-like Miis that we had made. How I laughed at those pictures.
The only things I downloaded on the 3DS were the pokedex (which is stupid because idk wtf half of these pokemon are) and Four Swords.
I got pissed off with the AR games lol. I was either too close or too far away -_-
There are so many things to do on the 3DS... Especially since I've downloaded some games. (Most of them are from the Ambassador Program.)
The 3DS is great for when you want to sit down and have some fun. The AR games alone are worth spending hours with!
EXACTLY! When I read someone's review of the 3DS and then they compared it to the ipad, I took a sip of water, just so I could spit it out in outrage.
Touch screen games are for boredom on the bus or when you're waiting for someone/something. The games released on handhelds are meant to be enjoyed differently. They are meant to be enjoyed when you're at home and want to play a game, not angry birds
I just like that face raiders game. I find it hilarious, yet insulting because the first time I took a picture of myself for it, it said "Adult Male" or something and I was like "OH EFF YOU!"
I'm glad nintendo is exploring more things to put on their handheld, learning lessons the hard way from Sony's PSP. But I honestly just bought the system for zelda lol. At the end of the day, I just wanna play a good game that I can sit down and feel involved with.
I don't know about you. But when I hear that the 8th generation of consoles and handhelds are going to face stiff competition from tablets, smartphones and ipods I just kind of roll my eyes. I mean, I play angry birds, cut the rope, temple run, mega jump and even Sonic on my ipod... but I'm very passive when I play those games. I don't feel connected to anything in the game. That's why consoles will stay strong because all these touch screen games are just shallow.
I have a similar problem. I have about two tags for the StreetPass Mii Plaza, which is a terrible rate. I like the Find Mii game.
Besides the game cards that I can insert and play, which make the 3DS worth it all by themselves, I've also enjoyed using the camera and recording sound.
Really? It's a fun place. There are two things that you can do there. There are puzzles and a game called Find Mii.
In the puzzles, you'll get once piece of a puzzle to start with. You'll have to spend play coins or get StreetPasses to complete the puzzle. I hardly get any StreetPasses so I use play coins to finish up any puzzles that I can. To get a new puzzle piece, you'll have to get a StreetPass.
Find Mii involves your Mii, who gets kidnapped. You must find heroes to fight to free your Mii. You can find Miis through StreetPasses, or you can hire heroes with your play coins. Like I mentioned earlier, I get very few StreetPasses and thus I use my play coins. You will win hats for your Mii to wear as you progress through Find Mii.
Does it sound like fun? I didn't learn about those things until several months after I purchased my 3DS. Now I like to take my 3DS with me whenever I go somewhere, just in case there will be a chance for a StreetPass.
I didn't have any friend on my 3DS until I came here. I've traded friend codes with a couple other friends that I've made here. Is your Mii wearing anything in the StreetPass Mii Plaza? Mine is wearing the tomato hat!
You're the only friend I have .... on the 3DS anyway. I'm not too savvy with online gaming and stuff like that. It's never been my forte. I'm not a real online gamer.
Blue is the best colour! And OoT 3D is the only 3DS game I currently own, so I have no real choice lol. Then again, it is probably the best game on the system lol.
The first picture I found was the one at Lon Lon Ranch. I was so excited! What made it better was that I discovered it on my own. These are the kind of things that make me love playing Zelda games over again. I always find something new and either interesting or funny.
The three SS pictures hidden in OoT3D are in the following locations:
As a child, go to the bombchu shop in the back alley of Castle Town. The shop is only open at night.
As an adult, go to the house at Lon Lon Ranch. Leaning against the dresser in the upstairs room is the picture.
As an adult, go to Gerudo's Fortress. Giving directions for this place is rather confusing. You have to go to the higher entrance that is below the window of the cell in which the Gerudo imprison you. If you go on Youtube you can find a video with the exact location.
I used the 3D somewhat, but I lean toward leaving it off because it looks funny. That is of little importance though. I've played OoT3D four times so far. I liked OoT 64 (and still do), but this was vastly improved. The graphics are breathtaking. Did you notice grass and flowers growing all over the place? The homes in Kakariko and Castle Town have more detail.
For instance, do you remember the lady in Castle Town who loves her dog, Richard? If you go to her house, you can see some fun things. Next to the lady's bed is a smaller bed, obviously for her dog. There are little dishes for the dog's food on the floor and on one wall are several pictures of Richard. One of the pictures is of the lady when she was younger and she's holding her dog. The houses in the original version were not nearly so interesting.
Another thing that I really liked was to take OoT3D with me wherever I went. As much as I like the console games and the larger screens to play them on, the one definite advantage of handhelds is being able to conveniently carry it away from home.
Did you know about the Skyward Sword pictures that are hidden in the game?