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We're giving away two copies of 3dSen PC

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Want to try out the incredibly unique 3dSen PC emulator? Well, we have two Steam keys available thanks to a reader and perhaps one of them might have your name on it.

Released on Steam recently in Early Access, 3dSen PC is not just yet another emulator. It turns classic NES games into full 3D and it gives you a whole new perspective and appreciation for a limited number of supported retro games, a list that will grow over time. It's really something and you all need to give it a go.

Here's a reminder of what it is first if you missed it:

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It doesn't just support official NES games though, it's building up support for homebrew games too. Some of which you can see in the FAQ post on Steam with details on where to get them. They're even going to be making a game profile editor, 3dSen-Maker, to allow you make 3D profiles for other games.

Not enough for you? Someone even did a speedrun using 3dSen PC with Super Mario Bros and it's quite amusing to see all the way through. I'm still personally completely blown away by what 3dSen PC does. Enabling games to look completely different, almost modern in some ways and yet the gameplay remains in tact and untouched.

How to win?

Simply comment and note that you wish to get a copy, with two winners being picked Saturday 8PM BST. That's it, no hoops to run through and it's open to everyone.

Note: since people seem to be confused, the VR version is entirely separate, this is the standard PC/Linux version. The VR version was also recently updated with a desktop mode but only currently supports Windows.

You can find 3dSen PC on Steam if you wish to just buy it yourself.

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Leopard 24 Jun, 2020
I would like a copy
skye 24 Jun, 2020
I would enjoy a copy :)
bubexel 24 Jun, 2020
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i would love it to play on VR :D

Edit: i see... there are two different versions :P Then nvm, since i'm interested on the VR version.

Last edited by bubexel on 25 June 2020 at 7:34 am UTC
Kohrias 24 Jun, 2020
I am interested in a copy as well :)
ghostdog 24 Jun, 2020
I would love to try the original Zelda in VR
Schattenspiegel 24 Jun, 2020
It looks amazing! Yes, I would also like a copy.
Liam Dawe 24 Jun, 2020
Quoting: ghostdogI would love to try the original Zelda in VR
Then you should take a look at their VR version, this is normal PC version.
Marcio 24 Jun, 2020
I would appreciate a copy
Lolo01 24 Jun, 2020
I don't want a copy...yet.
I'd rather know first how to find games legally?
neuronmage 24 Jun, 2020
I'd love a copy!
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