Sony Launching 3D Games This June

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This June, Sony will be rolling out its range of 3D wares, including its first 3D television the Sony HX803, the Sony stated in an official release. But what does that mean for gaming?

" Timed to complement the launch of the HX800, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe will release four 3D stereoscopic PS 3 game experiences through the PlayStation Network," Sony stated, "available as a free collection to purchasers of BRAVIA 3D TVs." Those games are Wipeout HD, Motorostorm Pacific Rift, PAIN and Super Stardust HD. This will come via PSN voucher code. 3D glasses will be sold separately.

A firmware update later this year will turn the PS3 into a 3D game playing machine.


More info at sister site Gizmodo.

Sony 3D TVs launching in June with PS3 3D games [T3]

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I still don't think that the market really realized that...

HDTVs just became a viable option for people within the last few years ago or so. My family didn't get our first HDTV until January of 2008. And now there is a new form of TV that makes my fancy HDTV look like child's play?

I miss the old days where the only difference between TVs used to be screen size. No resolution differences, TrueHD vs Upscaling HD, no internet connected widget TVs, anything. You got the same experience as the next person, for the most part.