Still have about forty-five mins to endeavor through... but I must say, totally agree with Garnett and Brian on 3D. I couldn't care less about that technology being inputted into gaming. I would much prefer to see more focus on story, character development, existing graphical improvements, and more fully featured behemoths rather than a tech that is 1. totally unproven and 2. going to be way too expensive for the vast majority of families and gamers to experience.
There is a definite reason why we still play 2D side scrolling classics and enjoy so much retro stuff... it's timeless. A gimmick... isn't. To this day, every time I ponder 3D in ye ole' noggin, I always think of the idiot who wore the 3D glasses who ran with teenage "You know you want it... and you want me to give it to you" Biff Tannen in 1955. I know those glasses are now a thing of the past, but the manure scene and the "lousy henchman" in the terrible specs will never exit my brain completely. Just give me well-made product that lives up to the promises it makes.
What will be the absolute worst will be the inevitable slew of games that are put out simply for 3D purposes and literally suck donkey balls... shovelware will be taken to another level. Majesco, I'm looking in your general direction. I'm sure the "Imagine" people are working overtime on something for 3D, but all I keep imagining... is playing solid gaming experiences, of which 2010 has presented an absurd level in its first six months.