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I had an identical issue when I upgraded Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 - as part of the installation process the drivers for my nVidia graphics card were reinstalled, which included the stereoscopic 3D drivers and defaulted them to enabled. In my instance I got the 3D effect in Payday 2 rather than the game you're trying to play. I resolved this issue by ...


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I "found" the "solution". Update to 304.79 BETA drivers then it works again. It was just a driver issue.


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It depends on a game and the definition of 3D. While many 3D games on Xbox 360 require HDMI for 3D support, there are some that can be played in 3D even without HDMI, if you have other proper means for the 3D viewing. There has been some debate about what does and what does not count as "real" 3D, but in its simpliest form, even red/green- glasses count as ...


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From the Playstation Help page about SimulView: What games support the SimulView feature as of launch? Will future games support SimulView? The following titles are supported: MotorStorm: 3D Rift MotorStorm Apocalypse Gran Turismo 5 Killzone 3 Super Stardust HD MLB 12: The Show MLB 13: The Show There are currently no plans ...


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Yes, but it's contingent on more that just what, how, and a basic whether Microsoft decides to implement it between consoles. "3D" games are something that never really "took" for a number of reasons and the titles produced with 3D capabilities are very small and shrinking, especially given the struggle to keep high frame rate on resolutions at and higher ...


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I had the same issue in Black Ops 2, but I didn't have the Stereoscopic 3D option in the nVidia control panel, so I simply uninstalled the 3d drivers in add/remove programs.


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I downloaded the latest Nvidia driver for my GTX 680 and that solved the problem - also added the stereoscopic option that was not previously there. The game it was happening on was Mass Effect.


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