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Top 5 Stereoscopic 3D Games

Stereoscopic 3D is still in its infancy; one that is plagued with various issues. Crosstalk, for instance, is an undesirable effect that produces ghosting or allows you to see a double image on certain objects. However, on the other end of the spectrum, there are notable examples of games that do a remarkable job of showcasing the technology with negligible unwanted effects.

Below is a list of games that are currently the benchmark of stereoscopic 3D. If you’ve just bought a 3DTV, or are looking for a reason to get one, you’re in the right place.

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Pandamobile1514d ago

How did they leave Crysis 2 out of this list? It's pretty much the defacto 3D game.

Tired1513d ago

'one that is plagued with various issues. Crosstalk, for instance,'.......it's a problem for tv's.

get a 3d projector....you can buy all you need for under £750 you get a 120" screen and ZERO crosstalk because the dlp chips can handle it easily. It's the response time of the screens of the televisions that's the problem. Even stuff thats 2D plus depth looks good on it...because the illusion is much deeper. So even the half arsed attempts like black-ops looks good.

you didn't mention GT5...which has some serious flaws but With 3D I win races...without I don't.
Pretty much any of the HD remakes look and play great without ANY loss of graphical fidelity. Sly/Ico/Jak and the GoW's are pretty much must haves for any 3d owner...some of the newer ones fair less well but still fun and still have a few wow moments.