Nintendo is getting a glasses-free 3D handheld. Sony is updating PS3 consoles to full 3D. And Microsoft?
South Korean electronics giant LG has joined forces with the Xbox 360 to bring 3D gaming to Korean gamers. LG will be marketing its 3D capable LED televisions alongside 3D capable games in South Korea, reports website Engadget. This will collaborations will expand to other markets throughout Asia.
"As we've said before, 3D games are available today on Xbox 360 and will continue to evolve. Today, you can buy a 3DTV and wear glasses to play games like Avatar, and more titles like ‘Batman: Arkham Asylum' are on the way," a Microsoft spokesperson tells Kotaku. "The promotional partnership with LG announced in South Korea today is specific to the South Korean market, but is further evidence that as 3D adoption grows, Xbox 360 will support 3D games and entertainment."