While everyone is abuzz about Glory Days 2 making its way onto the highly successful Nintendo DS platform, its publisher adds more spice by revealing the game’s ability to take advantage of 3D glasses. This shoot-em-up and RTS hybrid enables players to hop into a wide variety of aircraft that span several decades to shoot down the enemy, where a pair of 3D glasses will surely enhance the overall gaming experience. What I’m worried about is the inability for some people to view something in 3D with those weird glasses for too long – will this factor ultimately affect the game’s sales numbers no matter how good the game is? Or will gamers settle for a non-3D experience?
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