Some of the biggest PlayStation 3 games will be available to play in 3D this year. The first 3D games hit as early as tomorrow.
At an event in Los Angeles, Sony PlayStation boss Jack Tretton is just rattling off games coming in 3D this year for the PS3. These games will be rendered in stereoscopic 3D and require a 3D TV and glasses in order to experience their popping effects.
Available as early as tomorrow in 3D for your PS3 will be Super Stardust HD and WipEout HD, Pain, and the demo version of MotorStorm Pacific Rift. (Kotaku previously reported that Super Stardust and WipEout's 3D versions will be available as free updates for people who already own the games; Pain 3D, however, would cost 300 yen in Japan — no word on how the pricing will work in North America yet.)