Summary: First of all the 3D in this game isn't like the 3DS or the movies. The glass are those red and blue ones and the 3D sucks but not tottaly. Sometimes something will pop out at you but other than that you just see redish bluish stuff. My advice play in 2D.
Summary: Fun game. Not too difficult, but not too easy. Did not come with glasses, but they are inexpensive and I'm not sure that I would want used glasses anyway. There is a 2D option, which is nice since the 3D play is kind of hard on the eyes for extended periods of time.
Summary: I think the 3D part is a little gimmicky, and I didn't notice that much difference when I put on the glasses to play the game. I've only played the first couple of games in the series (about 5 included on the disc) and it's classic shoot em up. It's challenging, too, which is nice.
Summary: We have been playing this game for two days straight. The good news: it's simple, point and shoot, shake to reload, it's fun to see the characters coming at you, up to 4 people can play and you can join in at any time, it's challenging. The bad news: it's a little too challenging.
Summary: I recently picked this up (actually got the two blaster pack) and had a blast playing this with a friend. There are some cons: it can get repetitive and the 3D glasses can strain the eyes after awhile.
Summary: Bought this for my kids for Christmas and didn't realize until they opened it that it is either 2D or 3D and it came with three pairs of 3D glasses. The 3D part is sooooo cool during the fight scenes....
Summary: I grew up with arcade coin-operated shooting games like Operation Wolf, Lethal Enforcers, etc. Until the past decade or so, the quality of the console ports never measured up to their arcade counterparts.
Summary: I bought this game because I got the Wii Zapper and wanted a game that was compatible with it to try out. This is a fun game for both kids and adults. Each chapter is challenging and fun to try.