01 Jun

Gentile Reminder: you are not currently wearing 3D glasses

With much of its highest profile releases get either retro-fitted or developed from the ground up to feature 3-D functionality, Sony is making a huge worldwide push for the technology. Reports are already flooding in on the Japanese launch of the 3-D software, following in line with Sony’s release of its new line of 3D Bravia HDTVs, which is set to go off on June 10th. All featured games will require both a 3D television and 3D capable glasses, most existing games only requiring a 300 yen (approximately $3) upgrade cost. The European and North American launches are expected to follow shortly after the Japanese date, with more information poised for this year’s E3.

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  1. Out of all of the games that might be in 3D, Wipeout HD is the only one that I’m interested in. That game looked awesome when I saw it a year ago.

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