- @Roon wrote:
- I'm seriously thinking while we wait for this game that I will save up for a 3DS XL because the larger screen might be more suited for a Monster Hunter game than my current 3DS.
... not sure why you posted that here, the title of the topic I guess?
But in rtaliation.. I mean response to your statement, it really depends. both the regular 3ds and 2ds screen are just fine in my opinion for MH. It maintains a clear crips image and the 3D on the regular 3DS is easier for some to see. The screen on the 2DS, though being the same size as the regular 3ds, is slightly different as it is one solid screen split into two making and slightly.. sunk in? it is also a bit bit more clear in some cases as it does not have the additional layer for the 3D screen slider.
With the XL it has the same resolution as the smaller 3DS giving it a slight "color wash" though mostly unnoticable. The 3ds affect works better for most people but some find it more difficult to focus with the larger screen up close.
as far as sound.. the regular 3DS is the best, the xl is a bit quit and the 2ds is mono only and will requir headphones.
With MH in general 4/4u is taylored to 3D though looks just fine in 2D. For controls you can use the add on circle attachment with the 2ds does not have but it really doesn't add anything to 4U since it does not have the water areas and will most likely be more of a bulk add on than anything..
So really your 3DS is just fine for MH4U unless you just want a special edition MH4U 3DSxl if they release one here in the west.