Dementium 3 could be 3DS, but right now, too many reports are coming in about people becoming sick playing 3DS games. I'm holding off purchasing one, and if I decide to get one, I will probably opt for a used model. It would be great if both formats were made available for Dementium 3, but that may not be feasible. I think RK would be better off going with a 2D Dementium, and, if the bugs are worked out of the 3DS player, come out with a 3D version and call it Dementium 4 3DS, with maybe an extra scene thrown in to entice those with the 2D version. But if this problem with 3DS systems continues, the issue may become moot. A game player that opens big, then quickly drops is not in a position to become a trend-setter anytime soon. Personally, I think this whole 3D madness will drop off soon, and in fact has been doing so over the past year and a half. Nothing in 3D has reached the percentage ratio for 3D audiences that Avatar did. The deciding factor this year for the future of 3D will be how well the audiences ratios are for the 3D versions of Thor and The Transformers. If their 3D audience box office takes are low, 3D may, by 2012, be solely the domain of CGI kids' films. At least until the next Avatar film opens.
One other problem: If Nintendo holds rights to the 3DS formatting itself, and since they are hyping 3DS games as being rated from E to T, then this does not bode well for M-Rated games like Dementium. Better a 2D version in all its gory glory than a toned-down T-Rated 3DS version. Just compare the M-Rated Call of Duty: Black Ops games with the T-Rated version for DS.