With the unprecedented success of Avatar, everyone and their monkey seems to want to jump aboard the stereoscopic 3D bandwagon. Well, the world of video games isn’t different either, with Call of Duty: Black Ops hitting the US market this coming November 9th while boasting a stereoscopic 3D experience. It retails for $60 a pop if you’re interested. Regardless of whether you want to enjoy single-player, multiplayer, zombies and training modes, those can be played in 3D if you happen to own a 3D HDTV as well as compatible glasses to maximize your PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 experience. For those rocking to Windows as their gaming platform of choice, then you will need to fork out another $200 for NVIDIA’s 3D Vision capability. We would say that something as huge as sales of the latest Call of Duty franchise would be a good barometer on whether gamers will jump aboard the 3D bandwagon in the near future or not.
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