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List of Excellent Games for Playing with GeForce 3D Vision

June 22nd, 2009 · 4 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision

By default when you install Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision in your computer and setup the monitor and the glasses to work as they should you are ready to start enjoying 3D Stereo in quite a lot of games. Of course different games provide different results, but you should know that Nvidia provides profiles for over 350 game titles that come with pre-defined settings and recommendations on what to enable/disable to achieve the best results and of course a rating. These ratings are something really important, because if a game is rated as Excellent for 3D Vision it means that it not only works without problems, but will also look very well with the added level of realism thanks to the depth perception. One of the games you should definitely try out is the latest Tomb Raider – Underworld, it looks really impressive in 3D Stereo, but that is not unexpected…


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So, here is a list of the games that Nvidia has profiles for 3D Vision and are rated as providing excellent results when used in 3D Stereo mode. The following list covers all the games rated as excellent, profiles for which are available the latest v1.09 CD drivers or 3D Vision v186.18 standalone (expected to be released officially any time now). You should start with some of these titles if you really want to get the best out of your high-end PC equipped with 3D Vision:

– 1701 A. D., and with The Sunken Dragon expansion pack
– 3D Pong
– Age of Empires 3, including Asian Dynasties and The War Chiefs
– Alien vs Predator 2
– Alvin and the Chipmunks
– Armed and Dangerous
– Assassin’s Creed
– Attack on Pearl Harbor
– Backyard Baseball 2005
– Battlefield 2
– Battle Forge
– Bee Movie – The Game
– Beijing Olympics
– Beowulf
– Black and White 2
– Blazing Angels 2 – Secret missions of WWII
– Boarder Zone
– Call of Duty 4
– Call of Duty World at War
– Cars Mater National
– Chronicles of Narnia – Prince Caspian
– Civilization 4 and Beyond the Sword
– The Club
– Command and Conquer 3 – Tiberium Wars
– Company of Heroes
– Company of Heroes – Opposing Fronts
– Crazy Machines 2
– Cricket 2005
– Dark Messiah of Might and Magic
– Dark One
– Dead Reefs
– Death Track Resurrection
– Demigod
– Devil May Cry 4
– Dirt Track Racing 2
– Dream Pinball 3D
– DRIV3R
– Driver Parallel Lines
– Ducati World Championship
– Dungeon Runners
– Elven Legacy
– Empire Earth III
– Empire Total War
– Enter the Matrix
– Eragon
– The Experiment
– F.E.A.R.
– F.E.A.R. Perseus Mandate
– Fable – The Lost Chapters
– Fallout 3
– Far Cry and Far Cry 2
– FIFA 06, 07, 08
– FlatOut
– FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage
– Flight Sim X – Microsoft
– Frontlines Fuel of War
– Gears of War
– GTR 2
– Guitar Hero 3
– Guitar Hero Aerosmith
– Gun
– Half-Life 2 – Episode 2
– Half-Life 2 – Portal
– Half-Life 2 – Team Fortress 2
– Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
– Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
– Heroes of Might and Magic 5
– High Heat Baseball 2004
– Hitman Contracts
– Hot Wheels Beat That
– Igor the Game
– Imperium Romanum
– Impossible Creatures
– Incredible Hulk
– The Incredibles
– iRacing
– Jack Keane
– Jericho – Clive Barker’s
– LA Street Racing
– Left 4 Dead
– Lego Indiana Jones
– Lemony Snickets SUE
– Loki
– Lord of the Rings Battle For Middle Earth
– Lord of the Rings Battle For Middle Earth II
– Lord of the Rings Return of the King
– LOST Via Domus
– Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
– Madden NFL 2007, 2008
– Mafia
– Mage Knight Apocalypse
– Manhunt
– Mass Effect
– Medal of Honor Airborne
– Medieval 2 – Total War
– Meet the Robinsons
– Mirror’s Edge
– Monster Jam
– Monster Madness – Battle for Suburbia
– Monsters vs. Aliens
– Motocross Madness 2
– MotoGP URT 3
– Mount and Blade
– NBA Live 05, 06, 08
– Need for Speed Carbon
– Need for Speed Pro Street
– NHL 05, 06, 08, 09
– Painkiller
– Painkiller Overdose
– The Polar Express
– Prince of Persia (2008)
– Prince of Persia – The Sands of Time
– Psychonauts
– Pure
– Race 07
– Race Driver: Grid
– Real Flight
– rFactor
– Rise and Fall: Civilizations at War
– Rogue Trooper
– Roller Coaster Tycoon
– Sega Rally Revo
– Serious Sam 2
– Space Seige
– Spider-Man: Friend or Foe
– QQ Speed
– Spellforce 2 Shadow Wars
– Spiderman 3
– Spiderwick Chronicles
– Spore and Spore Creature Creator
– STALKER – Clear Sky
– STALKER – Shadow of Chernobyl
– Star Wars: Battlefront 2
– Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
– Star Wars: Republic Commando
– Stranglehold (John Woo’s)
– Supreme Commander
– Surf’s Up
– Switchball
– Sword of the New World
– Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
– Testdrive Unlimited
– Tiger Woods 2007, 2008
– Timeshift
– Titan Quest
– Tomb Raider – Anniversary
– Tomb Raider – Legend
– Tomb Raider – Underworld
– Tony Hawk Underground 2
– Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4
– Topspin
– Torino 2006
– Turok
– Two Worlds
– Universal Combat
– Unreal Tournament 2004
– Unreal Tournament III
– Vampires The Masquerade – Bloodliness
– Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II
– Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning
– Winning Eleven 7
– Wolverine’s Revenge
– World of Warcraft
– World of Warcraft Burning Crusade
– World of Warcraft Lich King
– X Men the Legends 2

As you probably have noticed the list is quite big and there are a lot of movie-related games that you would not normally play, because most of them are literally quite dumb and don’t offer any fun at all. But getting them in 3D stereo mode with the added level of realism provided by the depth perception of the 3D objects they become quite enjoyable for a while. And as for the otherwise good titles, even if you played them until the end already, playing them with 3D Vision again will make them feel quite different and you’ll enjoy playing them over… ;)

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