Originally Posted by perfectdark /forum/post/21218525
The 3D is awesome in this game... and better yet it's not Side-bySide or Top-Bottom, it is sterescopic 3D the same as the PS3 games. You need to make sure the 3DTV is enabled in the system settings before launching the game... what a suprise as i thought it was just side-by-side.
The 3D is really good, easy on the eyes
sadly though....... this game hasn't aged well at all ...... played through the first mission until the beach landing.... but it should get better from here
Originally Posted by Nillaz /forum/post/21227399
I was pleasantly surprised as well at the fact that they didn't use sbs for Halo....and I was similarly astonished when the xbox guide came through properly in stereoscopic format as well.
The 3D I found to be fairly good most of the time, though I didn't mess around much with the default setting. Some things need a little work, but nothing that really detracts from the overall game. For example, when you start in the second level the tall grass looks kind of odd, like it's not quite rendering properly. I wouldn't have even noticed it but there is so damn much of that grass you can't possibly avoid it. Other than that and the occasionally flaky blood stain/spatter nothing really jumped out at me as overly bad/annoying.
Originally Posted by GalvatronType_R /forum/post/21236503
-Here's the disappointing part: while there is slight image and resolution degradation in Arkham City and Gears 3, they are not nearly as noticeably degraded as Halo CE Anniversary; I switched the 3D on and off and the difference is night and day, the game is beautiful in 2D and only acceptable in 3D owing to not only the lower rez but also much much darker picture and suppressed lighting and shadowing; I also noticed a bit more aliasing but maybe that's just me