So, to get the maximum effect you have to hold the 3DS perfectly still, hold it close, and make sure the 3D dial isn’t cranked too high. A pain? Yes, it is, but it quickly becomes second nature and, once you perfect it, it actually is worthwhile. The screen provides a very compelling effect and, while 3D adds absolutely nothing to the gameplay itself (you won’t be peeking around corners or better-judging throws) it genuinely improves the perceived quality of the graphics in the system’s games. Plus, it’s pretty neat.
Neat at the expense of your vision neat?