In praise of nVidia's GeForce 3D Vision.
It's only been a few months since I got back into gaming. My kids and I were at a Game Stop and I picked up Dragon Age Origins for the PS3. What a terrific game! In any event, as part of a recent computer build, I bought the 3D Vision kit figuring that since I like 3D movies, I would like 3D games. For some games, like Dragon Age (which I re-bought on Steam), it is unbelievable. The immersion effect is like nothing I've ever experienced. For others, like StarCraft II, it's actually better to play without it. The Witcher is another game that looks beautiful with the glasses. You get real ambiance when you see a torch on the wall burning with depth and looking very much like a real torch. Also, castles with vaulted ceilings and large expanses really pop. It takes optical brain trickery to a new level.
Has anyone else tried it?