dealsthe legend of zelda: ocarina of time 3d for $29.99

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oh this brings back some good memories...i still remember the ocarina tunes :)

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Amazon has had this game for $30 for a while. This isn't a new deal.

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I finally got to play around with a 3DS and this game this weekend. Wow... it was hard to not leave the store with both. It plays like the original but with more detailed graphics. The 3D effects were surprisingly good. I honestly didn't know what to expect from the 3DS but at least thought there would be some ghosting based on the way it worked, but it was pretty great. IT seems that the 3D is mainly depth-based (so front of screen inward) instead of standing out of the screen. It's a great little device and I hope nintendo keeps making decent games for it!

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@skoffer: Nobody else posted it, so it is still a new deal as far as this site is concerned

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@abramokids: Yeah, I thought I had seen it on here, but it turns out it was from bestbuy.com and not amazon. There was a posting from Amazon a month ago or so for $30.98 or something like that.

Anyway, I guess it is good to get the word out. I have been contemplating buying this for a while and Amazon has been the cheapest of any website the whole time.

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@glendower: I bought a 3DS last month when Target dropped the price early. I still haven't bought a game for it, but I did download SMB and Metroid when they became available for free to ambassadors.

Anway, I took my 3DS on vacation and used it to take pictures. I got some awesome 3D pics at the Audubon Aquarium in New Orleans and some other really neat pics of the French quarter. I can't view them on anything but the 3DS right now, but I am hoping for some kind of converter in the future to show them on a 3D TV.

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@glendower: Playing around with the 3d camera, I've gotten things to pop out of the screen. It's the easiest way to give yourself a headache with the thing, and I think that's why it would be rare in games ;-)

@skoffer: The 3ds saves pictures in 2d jpg files as well as 3d MPO files. I hadn't heard of MPO before, but it's apparently a known format, so you ought to have good luck opening it on 3d devices in the future.