Does anybody else playing this game suffer from SEVERE motion sickness while playing? I play on a 46" widescreen TV, but always from a comfortable distance. I also never get motion sickness IRL, let alone video games.

And yet I get about 15 minutes into this game and have to stop. I think it's the perspective - you're so close to the floor (to simulate what Squenix thinks a child sees), so too much crap is moving on screen.

Any other theories? Anyone else get this?

--Databoy2k