IGN writes: "We also got to check out the 3D visuals with a regular old pair of red and blue 3D glasses. Previously, we played with the fancy pants goggles that cost many bajillions of dollars and the game looked fantastic. Regular anaglyph 3D was considerable less dramatic, and actually started giving us a headache. So if you plan to play Invincible Tiger in 3D, you'll probably want to go with the high end digital 3D mode. The problem is, not all TVs support this technology. Luckily, the game still looks nice and plays well without any crazy 3D visuals.
Invincible Tiger is on track for a late summer release on Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network".