I sure can.
You will need to buy Nvidia's 3DTV play to enjoy 3D gaming on your PC using a HMZ-T1 / T2. The quality of the 3D far suppasses that of a standard 3DTV, essentially the 2 OLED screen setup eliminates ALL ghosting / crosstalk allowing you to enjoy games in 3D without unwanted side effects. The T1 / T2 will also allow you to push up your convergence settings much higher than a traditional 3D displays, which is a bonus
Skyrim for one looks amazing in 3D on a HMD, I'd highly recommend buying a TrackIR so you can also enjoy looking around in the Skyrim world (all be it only mouse emulation), it's a truly breathtaking, immersive experience!
I enjoy 3D gaming so much on my T1 I can hardly bring myself to play in 2D anymore.
There is a downside, Nvidia are pretty useless at 3D compatibility, in reality there are not an abundance of "3D Ready" titles - however thanks to a team of dedicated modders, you can download patches for most popular new games, such as Dishonered and the Mass Effect titles. Just google Helix 3D fixes and you'll find their page.
PS3 3D is very limited in all honesty. Some games such as Killzone 3 and wipeout look fantastic, others look very "flat", such as Batman Arkham City. Mainly due to the lack of any real depth and convergence settings. On the PC, Batman AC in 3D is awesome and you have total controll of the 3D aspect of things due to 3DTV Play.
In summary, 3D gaming on the PC is much better than 3D on the PS3, if a PC version is available I'd choose it over the PS3 one any day. That's not to say there are no quality 3D titles for the PS3, just not as many as the PC.
I hope that helps