The publisher claims the pair will be "the first games for next-generation systems to fully feature three-dimensional stereoscopic technology," which "adds to the already fun video game... and extends the gameplay by creating entirely new options for players."
Ubisoft's video game adaptation of James Cameron's stereoscopic film Avatar will also feature the technology that Cameron believes will be "the next big thing."
G-Force arrives July 21 with PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and PS2 versions developed by Eurocom, and DS and PSP releases by Keen. Based on the Disneyland attraction of the same name, Toy Story Mania! arrives exclusively on Wii in the fall.
I can't see 3D because I have a condition were my brain ignores the image from my right eye (otherwise I get double vision). Won't be very big for me. :P
Then gosh, you're going to miss out on "entirely new" gameplay options, whatever they may be.
I have the same issue, so all this new 3D craze stuff bothers me terribly. *supposedly* the new glasses (not the anaglyphic ones, which are the old red/blue) only require one eye, I haven't tested this yet. I more appreciate the fake 3D rendering such as the Wii Head-tracking video, since it doesn't rely on 2 image input to fake 3D.