Originally Posted by rich2k4
My question is, since next gen games are shooting for native 60 fps, will it reduce the motion blur on my 60 hz tv?
Yes, it does.
See this TestUFO motion test animation comparing 30fps versus 60fps:www.testufo.com/#test=framerates
(View the above link on a recent computer in either Chrome or IE10, or another supported browser
If you want to have further motion clarity improvements without input lag, you want to avoid interpolation. In this case, you want to consider either a plasma, or using a Sony LED HDTV with "Motionflow Impulse" which works in Game Mode (strobe backlight that is game-friendly, reasonably low-lag, and interpolation-free). In the computer monitor world, consider LightBoost
to eliminate motion blur for computer games.