Remember E3, where people complained that you couldn't market the 3D aspect to an audience? Well, with a little ingenuity, this is a problem of the past. In the links below you can watch 2 videos in full 3D to give you a simulation of what 3DS gameplay will actually look like! It's fresh off the press!
For this to work you'll need to do one of 2 things: Either you have 3D glasses handy or you cross your eyes in the correct angle to overlap the images. Though the latter option will most certainly hurt a bit, so it's up to you to decide what your dedication to your favorite gaming company is.
The videos below are footage from Mario 64 and Starfox 64 (LylatWars) that has been updated with a stereoscopic view:
These are my channels and since I can't upload any annotations to mess with the 3D aspect, please subscribe, add me and/or watch some other videos, if you liked this footage.
You'll find a 3D context menu on the right lower side to cater to the appropriate 3D need. Here you can also chose a cross eyed option to get 2 separate images. Switch to your leisure to find the correct one for you.
And to think that Sega were the first people to attempt 3D. Yes, that's right, Sega were the first. Surprised? Well, you'd be even more surprised to know that they attempted it, not with the Mega Drive, but even earlier on with their Master System. It was for the Master System I even!
Unfortunately, the world was not ready for 3D yet and only 8 games were produced before it was immediately discontinued.
RIP Segascope 3D. I bet it'd be impossible to find yourself one of those babies.
Daav Meat, NoobFeed