Last night, I was watching some awesome footage for Muramasa. My friend (a 360 addict who only plays Call of Duty) came over and asked, "Why you like 2D so much?" I responded, "Because it's awesome. I love both 2D and 3D." No...
I think it would be great for a survival-horror game. More scary = faster heartrate. The faster your heart beats, the more obscure the game is. Your vision would get blurred or there would be flashy images on screen or it would be harder to control your character or something along those lines. Think Eternal Darkness.