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3dSen Is Now In Early Access on Steam

Adding some new depth to old, classic games.

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It’s not often that we hear of emulators being sold on Steam. 3dSen is a bit of an oddity, having grabbed the attention of retro games for a number of years long before Steam got wind of it.

3dSen is a NES emulator with a twist: it aims to convert classic 8-bit games into pseudo-3D, enabling a different way to experience your old favorites. Though it sounds silly and gimmick-y, the end result is oddly enticing. It currently has support for 70 of the system’s most popular and noteworthy titles, including a few homebrew titles for good measure. Best of all, there is a VR version that will take 3D to a whole new level.

Of course, we here at Hey Poor Player have to issue the disclaimer that we do not condone piracy, and we stress that you should not play or distribute games you’ve not paid for. Having said that, be sure to check out 3dSen’s official page here, and the VR version here. Have a gander at the trailer below to see what it looks like in action.

Delano Cuzzucoli
Delano is a lifelong gamer who resides in the city of Johannesburg in South Africa. He's also a political student, artist, geek, writer, historian, skeptic, linguaphile, IT nerd and electronic music fan. An eccentric lover of the strange and beautiful who is equal parts harmony and discord.

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