Gamecenter heeft een review van de Metabyte Wicked3D Eyescream, de 3D bril van het nu dooie H3D. Hier is wat info over het ding:
Playing Quake II provided one of the most satisfying experiences, as the stereoscopic effect enhanced the true-3D modeling of the Quake environment. Centipede's top-down view, though providing a cool-looking effect in 3D, proved a little less compelling; the 3D stereo made gameplay seem distant and removed from the action. It's worth noting that in most cases, the 3D objects appear to be behind the screen, rather than popping out of it, creating a diorama-like effect. It's Not All 3D Bliss There are some serious downsides, though, to playing games in stereoscopic 3D. For one, text is generally illegible, which can be a serious disadvantage in many games. Also, because none of the games have been designed specifically for stereo, there may be some display glitches, and 3D stereo display errors can quickly lead to eyestrain and headaches. For instance, Unreal's 8-ball Launcher was displayed with too great of a stereoscopic separation, immediately straining our eyes. Also, the bright-white lights in the game caused an annoying ghosting effect, though we were able to minimize this with some of Unreal's display settings. We encountered similar annoyances in most games we tried.