David Houghton of GamesRadar UK writes:
"3D is just a tacky hold-over from the 1950s, right? A garish, eye-straining gimmick that makes your brain vomit up a rainbow of fruit flavours in exchange for a few pop-up zombies on sticks. It was cinema's desperate knee-jerk reaction to the increasing dominance of TV during the chrome-plated days of white picket fences and Godzilla. Today it's Jim Cameron's desperate knee-jerk reaction to the increasing dominance of bit torrents.
Yeah, that's what we used to think too. But not any more.
After a lengthy play with Blitz Games Studios' upcoming 3D tech, our doubts have dissipated. 3D isn't going to revolutionise gaming overnight, but even at this early stage we can see very definite parallels between it and the beginnings of a certain other display technology ending in "D". The comparisons to the early days of high-def are obvious, and we think 3D's future will only compound them. Here's why."