Its proven that all people don't perceive 3d the same. Some people have different minor medical disorders that prevent the eyes focusing and/or aligning correctly (ex. lazy eye) that inhibit their viewing ability of 3d. Some other people perceive current 3d technology in a way were it causes severe side-effects such as headaches and nausea. I feel sorry for them because what i see coming out of a top 3dtv or real3D movies, if done right, brings viewing tv/movies to a whole new level. I see it as significant as when b&wTV was converted into color. So i myself cannot wait to see this FPS in its full 3D glory.
Long story short, Matt spent most of the time enamored with the new Playstation Move Sharp Shooter peripheral and control scheme than he did ogling the 3D effects, but he did have this to say, "I came away from the fight more impressed with the new control scheme than with the 3D effects, which, despite Jimmy Fallon's nerd worship, still don't feel like a game changer."
Not high praise, but Matt's never been known for his positive opinion of 3D. Hopefully we'll find some more opinions coming from others who give it a test drive during the show, but we may just have to wait until Killzone 3 hits stores before the real reviews hit.
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