3-D Gaming Is Waiting for Its Avatar

With manufacturers rolling out 3-D television sets, the promise of videogames that transport players into deeply immersive 3-D worlds is inching closer to reality.

Emphasis on the inching. The burden of 3-D glasses, the cost of a brand-new 3-D TV, the paucity of programming - all the reasons that adoption of 3-D television will be slow as molasses also apply to games. But there's one more treacly trap: Creating compelling games that drive players to buy expensive new 3-D setups.

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