3DTVwatcher is a tad bit confused; after witnessing the internet flooded with stories on how the 3D aspect is not going to be the centrepiece of the new flock of Nintendos, reports now have surfaced that the manufacturers were concentrating on making the tridimensional format within the 3DS XL more in-depth and the screens less reflective (i.e. no glare).
In fact, it has been said that when it comes to anti-reflection, no other game console from the company could even stand close to the XL.
The firm also posted a Q&A on its official website, where the Nintendo team went on to say that the XL’s main selling point is going to be the pumped up screen which would allow users to “enjoy stereoscopic 3D with greater impact.
“The 3D Depth Slider has more range, making it easier to adjust to your own preferences, so I hope its good aspects will reach a broader range of people.”
So, as 3DTVwatcher understands, 3D is not going to be the centrepiece of the Nintendo 3DS XL, but the screen is. The tridimensional zero-glare screen, may we add. We’re not sure how is that different either.
Reports also suggested that the new wave of Nintendos is due to come out in August. We can’t wait to see the anti-reflection 3D screen and decide exactly how glorious it really is.