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“Strike 2” players successfully transferred the game to the Nintendo 3DS handheld console while being hospitalized – Computer King Ada

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“Strike 2” players successfully transferred the game to the Nintendo 3DS handheld console while being hospitalized – Computer King Ada

Blizzard Entertainment‘s Strike 2 Successfully Played on Nintendo 3DS in Hospital Setting

The popular first-person shooting game “Strike” by Blizzard Entertainment has been revamped in 2022, now known as “Strike 2” with a free-play and 5v5 battle environment. While Blizzard has not announced any plans for a mobile version, one player has managed to take the game to an unexpected platform – the Nintendo 3DS.

In a Reddit thread, a player named Mot0193 shared their hospital setup, showcasing how they successfully got “Strike 2” running on a modified Nintendo 3DS console while in the hospital. Despite some major issues, including low resolution and poor joystick controls, Mot0193 expressed satisfaction with the overall gameplay experience and is considering exploring alternative control methods.

The post generated a mix of surprise and amusement among the “Strike 2” community, with some jokingly suggesting that 3DS players might disrupt the competitive experience for others. Some players even questioned the legitimacy of playing on a 3DS and humorously compared it to violating the Geneva Convention.

While playing “Strike 2” on a Nintendo 3DS might not offer the ideal gaming experience, it certainly showcases the dedication and creativity of players in finding ways to enjoy their favorite games in unexpected settings. Who knows, maybe playing on a 3DS could become a new trend in the gaming world.

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