If you were given to terrible graphical pedantry, no doubt you could go through this gameplay trailer for the 3DS version of Street Fighter IV and draw up a lengthy list of all the ways in which the poly count's lower and the effects pared down to fit onto the 3DS screen. In fact, Capcom is obviously ready and willing for you to do that, as they've only gone and packed the trailer full of moments straight out of the promo material for the full-size versions of the game.
Above: A two-dimensional taste of how Super Street Fighter IV 3D will look in motion
Then again, there'd be plenty more productive uses for your time. You could note how smooth the action is in this in-game footage, or how the chunky, lively character models fit into the 3D-friendly camera angles on show without obscuring the action or making a big deal about how nice this'll all look popping out of the screen. You could even hook up two monitors and put your face very close to them, blurring your eyes to get some idea how this'll all look in 3D. But we don't recommend you do that, because it would be expensive and probably not even work very well. Better to just tell us what you think of the trailer instead.
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