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Consumers concerned by 3D

By February 16, 2010Newswires


Consumers concerned by 3D
by Christopher Dring

51 per cent of people think 3D gaming could make violent titles more lifelike

UK consumers are worried that 3D TVs will make game violence more lifelike, a new survey has revealed.

The research was conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of, and dealt with emerging gaming technology – including digital distribution, motion sensing and 3D.

The study surveyed a control group of general UK consumers and compared their answers with those of IGN readers.

90 per cent of IGN readers see 3D as a major development in game quality. However, although general consumers are also excited by 3D, 51 per cent of them are concerned it could make video game violence more lifelike.

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