Seeing as I'm starved for 3D content, I went ahead and tried a few more 3D games:
The Wipeout Fury add-on for the PS3 supports steroscopic 3D; the tracks are recycled from the old PSP wipeout games but the sense of depth is really nice and the new sleds seem easier to control as well. There's a little bit of ghosting visible in the track and sled select screens but once the action starts it's pretty much invisible. Definitely worth the $9.99 pricetag if you enjoy racing games.
I also decided to try out Invincible Tiger. It's a downloadable kung-fu fighting game that is available via either Xbox Live for the Xbox 360 or the Playstation store for the PS3. I DL'd the 360 demo and gave the game a whirl. It has numerous options for different types of 3D (side by side, top and bottom, etc.) as well as sliders to fine tune the 3D depth and bias settings. After playing with the different settings (top and bottom worked best for me) I got a nice 3D effect. Not sure its worth the $15 asking price but the demo is definitely worth a look (especially as it is free).
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