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AlphaSnake

3D sickness.

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Get a lot of this from campaign.

Gave me a spliting head ache using the horses.

I've only just started playing campaign.

Was almost as bad as playing numbers.

Is anyone else getting this?

Regards Alpha.

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Have you tried turning 3D off?

Yep.

No way around it.

I don't have a 3D TV but my eyes start to hurt while playing with the 3D effect on my 3DS.

I guess some people have bad luck and some don't. ^^

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Have you tried turning 3D off?

Yep.

No way around it.

I don't have a 3D TV but my eyes start to hurt while playing with the 3D effect on my 3DS.

I guess some people have bad luck and some don't. ^^

Yeah, I'm with Lenne here. I've never played a game on a 3D TV but my 3DS can hurt my eyes from time to time...

It sucks that I can't kill goombas in true 3D :(

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No I don't have a 3D tv I should have been clearer.

This is old type of 3d sickness. I used to get it from games like doom.

Makes it very hard to play, I start sweating then I feel dizzy then the sick feeling so I have to stop. All this in the space of ten minutes.

Must be just me.

Regards Alpha.

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Hrm yeah that does sound peculiar. I've only experienced that once and that was when Ascension came out. I looked at the spinner in the main room too much I think. :P

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This is common in 3d games like with a 3d tv or 3ds. I've experienced it a bunch. But if this is on a normal tv and it is just the dynamic 3-d illusion created on a 2d screen causing these feelings it could be a number of things, ranging from simply advanced motion sickness toa form of epilepsy. In any of these cases I am afraid I don't know how to help you. Of course your friendly neighborhood Ph.D Electric Jesus isn't exactly the best doctor around, so take what I'm saying with a grain of salt.

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Running through lava gives me a headache and hurts my eyes. I stare at dual computer monitors all day at work so my eyes get tired. The constant blurry screens makes my eyes struggle to focus on what is there. Its very jarring to me.

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