In just about all current games when a person views 3d they get that initial "wow" factor, but after a while of gameplay the effects can seem to fade in some games. On PS3 Fight: Lights Out 3d is used in a way that assists you in gameplay/fighting so you are consistently using the 3d. 3d graphics are combined with the a 3d space motion controls of the Move controlers that provide 1:1 tracking of you movement that are very accurate with even high speeds of movements/punches. This inturns into your exact movement being portrayed in your vitural 3d fighter on screen and some very innovative gameplay. The 3d visuals assists the player by being able to judge the distance from the opponent to yourself, and makes it much easier and more natural to find openings in your opponents guard and land punches. There have been a lot of bad reviews of this game in 2d because they complanied that it is too difficult to land punches on the opponent and judge distance, but not for me in 3d. This game is not for a person that hates to get off their couch because the gameplay entails an extensive aerobic workout as flicks of the wrist will not read as a punch like on the Wii. Only full fledged all out punches here that also measure speed and power. I am a very active guy with sports and love the gym so I use this as a great substitute for cardio. The highlight of the game is online fights where fighting a online opponent feels almost as real as being in a real fight with nerves on edge and adrenaline pumping, just without the messed up face afterwards, lol.
While I'm not known to watch a lot of live TV, I'm a big fan of the current generation of gaming, primarily XBOX 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. So far, even after seeing some 3D game demos, I remain somewhat skeptical that I will truly enjoy 3D gaming on a home console or PC.
So, are you playing any games in 3D? What must-have experiences could you recommend that will convince me I should upgrade?