Want to get scared out of your wits with a horror survival game? Pick up Resident Evil 5 for the PC and let NVIDIA’s efforts give you nightmares in 3D, thanks to built-in support of the GeForce 3D Vision technology. This new technology will cost you around $200 more to experience, but works on hundreds or may be thousands of games (the graphics drivers handles things behind the same, the game often isn’t aware that stereo is on) although we do know it isn’t advisable to play a game in 3D for hours on end lest you want to end up with a splitting headache that even aspirin cannot cure, even if the 120Hz refresh does make things better. Would you pick up this title for your own, or just get a bunch of friends to pool your money together and share the goodness considering this is more of a novelty than anything else?
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