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Stereoscopic 3D on PS3: Updated List of All 3D Games and Movies

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Affordable 3D gaming was a reoccurring theme at this year’s PlayStation E3 keynote, whether it was the announcement of PlayStation’s upcoming 3D Gaming Display and redesigned 3D glasses. But even with more sophisticated and affordable 3D technology, we need 3D games to play and 3D movies to watch. That’s where this list comes in: I’ve collected almost every piece of stereoscopic 3D-capable PS3 content here, from Blu-ray to PSN. If I missed a game, let me know in the comments!

3D Games for PS3

Out now

  1. Assassin’s Creed Revelations
  2. Auditorium*
  3. Batman: Arkham City
  4. Call of Duty: Black Ops
  5. Captain America: Super Soldier
  6. Cars 2: The Video Game
  7. Child of Eden
  8. Crysis*
  9. Crysis 2
  10. de Blob 2: Underground
  11. Dungeon Defenders*
  12. Dynasty Warriors 7
  13. Enslaved: Journey to the West (via PSN software update)
  14. EyePet
  15. EyePet & Friends
  16. The Fight: Lights Out
  17. The House of the Dead: Overkill — Extended Cut
  18. Gran Turismo 5
  19. Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters
  20. God of War: Origins Collection
  21. High Velocity Bowling
  22. Hustle Kings*
  23. ICO & Shadow of the Colossus Collection
  24. Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao*
  25. James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game
  26. Killzone 3
  27. MLB 11: The Show
  28. Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest
  29. Mortal Kombat
  30. MotorStorm: 3D Rift*
  31. MotorStorm Apocalypse
  32. NBA 2K11 (via PSN software update)
  33. NBA 2K12
  34. PAIN*
  35. Prince of Persia Trilogy*
  36. Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 (via software update)
  37. Puzzle Dimension*
  38. Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One
  39. Red Faction: Battlegrounds*
  40. Resistance 3
  41. Ridge Racer 7*
  42. Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken*
  43. Shaun White Skateboarding
  44. SOCOM 4
  45. Sonic Generations
  46. The Sly Collection
  47. Super Stardust HD* (via PSN software update)
  48. Swords and Soldiers*
  49. Tetris on PSN* (via PSN software update)
  50. Thor: God of Thunder
  51. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Trilogy
  52. Top Darts*
  53. Top Spin 4
  54. TRON: Evolution
  55. Tumble*
  56. UNCHARTED 3: Drake’s Deception
  57. Virtua Tennis 4
  58. WipEout HD*

*Indicates downloadable PSN title

PlayStation Video Store’s 3D Selections

The PlayStation Video Store also supports stereoscopic 3D films (in addition to VUDU), and the library is growing. Here’s an updated list.

  1. Bolt
  2. Chicken Little
  3. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
  4. Dark Country
  5. Gnomeo & Juliet
  6. The Green Hornet
  7. Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds
  8. Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience
  9. The Mad Magician
  10. Meet the Robinsons
  11. Monster House
  12. Open Season
  13. Piranha 3D
  14. Resident Evil: Afterlife
  15. Sanctum
  16. Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2011: The 3D Experience
  17. Tangled
  18. TRON: Legacy

3D Blu-ray Films

Note: Select titles appear here, for a full list of all 3D Blu-rays, refer to Blu-ray.com/3D.

  1. Alice in Wonderland
  2. Bolt
  3. Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
  4. Clash of the Titans
  5. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
  6. Coraline
  7. Despicable Me
  8. Disney’s A Christmas Carol
  9. Harry Potter and the Order of The Phoenix
  10. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
  11. How to Train Your Dragon
  12. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
  13. The Last Airbender
  14. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole
  15. Monster House
  16. Monsters vs Aliens
  17. My Bloody Valentine
  18. The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Film in 3D
  19. Open Season
  20. Piranha
  21. The Polar Express
  22. Resident Evil: Afterlife
  23. Saw: The Final Chapter
  24. Shrek 3D – The Complete Collection
  25. Space Station
  26. Step Up 3D
  27. Street Dance
  28. Tangled
  29. Michael Jackson’s This is It
  30. The Lion King
  31. Tron Legacy
  32. Beauty and the Beast
  33. Chicken Little
  34. G-Force
  35. Meet the Robinsons
  36. The Nightmare Before Christmas

//Add Your Own

193 Comments   27 Replies

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+ Tricky-2U on July 1st, 2011 at 5:29 pm said:

I wanted to say I happen to see on the Sony Style site and bought them the “Rechargable” 3D glasses. Which when I bought my 40″ Sony 3D TV. I got it with older the Alice 3D Sony bundle that had 2 pair of the Battery 3D glasses. These White Box “Rechargeable” which you can find now for $70 at Best Buy are better! Lighter weight and wider angle. They do look almost the same as what’s being shown for the 24″ 3D PS bundle. (different ear stems)


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+ KippDynamite on July 1st, 2011 at 5:54 pm said:

I am actually pretty interested in the Playstation 3D TV, but when will it come out? I assume around the start of September so as to push those Resistance 3 sales, but nothing has been announced. If it is still a secret, can we know when the release date will be announced?

Also, for people mentioning the Vizio under $500, it uses passive glasses technology (which is touted as new and improved) which cuts the resolution in half. So, effectively, it is an SD 3D TV.


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+ Link01 on July 1st, 2011 at 6:08 pm said:

@KazeEternal

I know exactly what I’m talking about as I am a gaming programmer. Apparently you guys are ‘highly’ over complicating the 3D conversion process and blaming the wrong thing for the so called ‘compromises’ that come with 3D. 3D conversions do not cause less draw distance, they may cause slight pop ins due to buffering, the do not cause the game to look ‘worse’ unless the developers cause the game to look ‘worse’. What you fail to understand is that a game rendered in 3D will only show compromises that 3D brings in 3D, it doesn’t carry over into the 2D area as simple check coding statements provide the extra memory allocations for the 2D renderings. They are two different code sets for 2D and 3D. So please, stop getting worked up over crap you don’t quite understand. If a game suffers graphically it’s because the developers let it so. Then again, if you’re talking about games like Uncharted 3… I’d ask you to look more into their new dynamic lighting technology versus their previous pre rendered shadings and tell me what’s better. Also, their dynamic environments take quite a work load not to mention that every object is now rendered on it’s own.


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+ angelspawn77 on July 1st, 2011 at 7:13 pm said:

I’ve said it before ill say it again, FLOWER NEEDS 3D SUPPORT! Pass the word on to thatgamecompany!


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+ angelspawn77 on July 1st, 2011 at 7:15 pm said:

btw, 3D isn’t so expensive anymore, I recently got a 51′ 3D plasma tv bundled with 1 pair of 3D glasses and an hdmi cable for about a 1000$ with free shipping off of Amazon. Fantastic deal and I love the tv.


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+ xAToMiC–GaMeRx on July 1st, 2011 at 7:55 pm said:

MotorStorm:Apocalypse in 3D is Really Really Supwr Awesome !!!!


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+ bestningenalive on July 1st, 2011 at 7:57 pm said:

Am I the only person who is stoked for the upcoming tv’s abolition of split screen multiplayer? Call that a gimmick, i dare you. You would have to be quite blind to not understand that sony has ushered in a real innovation in 3d usage, more than just cosmetics. Maybe its just because local multiplayer seems to be dying these days, but trust me I’ll be fully enjoying playing with my friends without that pesky line in the middle.


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+ xAToMiC–GaMeRx on July 1st, 2011 at 7:58 pm said:

MotorStorm:Apocalypse in 3D is Really Really Super Awesome !!!! I advice you all to get this game, with 3D it will be PERFECT !!! … Thanks for the list Sid ^.^


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+ SSJStarwind16 on July 1st, 2011 at 8:06 pm said:

It’s nice to buy hardware and get access to all the features! No paying an extra 60 dollars a year to access features I already paid for on my game and system!! 3D doesn’t cost anything extra, besides hardware costs. So stop bellyaching if you don’t want 3D don’t use it! Don’t buy a 3D TV! Every 360 comes with a network adapter, but you can’t access Facebook, Twitter, or Netflix (which I already pay for separately), or multiplayer without Live Gold ($60/year)! ALL PS3′s were ‘forwards compatible’ with 3D! NO EXTRA COST!! This is why I love Sony!
Although I will admit, removing OtherOS from my 80GB PS3 was a bit of a **** move.


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+ jazzyrider on July 1st, 2011 at 8:08 pm said:

Does the Uncharted 3 multi-player beta support 3D?


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    + Sid Shuman on July 2nd, 2011 at 11:33 am said:

    Yep!


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+ Link01 on July 1st, 2011 at 8:31 pm said:

@ 101 yes it does


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+ Delta-16 on July 1st, 2011 at 8:45 pm said:

when does the tv come out?


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    + Sid Shuman on July 2nd, 2011 at 11:33 am said:

    No set release date yet, but keep checking back for details.


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+ Goofkilla666 on July 1st, 2011 at 9:17 pm said:

I want the tv tell me release date please or some idea 2011?2012?


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+ dirtyd89 on July 1st, 2011 at 9:18 pm said:

The idea of 3D on paper is cool but in reality I find it to be more of an annoyance then something that’ll immerse me when I’m playing a game.

I’m fine right now with my dual shock and PS Move but 3D right now I’m still iffy about the tech.

Only ways that’ll make me upgrade to a 3DTV is the following reasons.

1.) If those are the only types of TVs available when I go to replace my TV.
(Similar to how nowadays you can only buy smart phones and not regular cell phones.)

2.) I want 3DTVs without the glasses.
(I already wear glasses and having another set of glasses on just gives me a head ache after 2 hours of watching the screen.)

3.) More affordable prices on glasses free 3DTVs.
(You really need a 60 inch or bigger to really feel immersed w/ 3D. 80 inch 3DTV would be perfect.)

4.) Games have to really take advantage of the 3D tech and have 120FPS as the standard for games.
(Most games nowadays on consoles can barely handle 30FPS let alone 60FPS. Technology needs to improve to really make it take off.)

IMO.


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+ jmanxp on July 1st, 2011 at 9:54 pm said:

I WANT THIS TV BUT IN 32 OR 36”, IF I GET THIS TV IS GOING TO BE FOR MY NEW PC MONITOR, I THINK ITS TOO SMALL FOR A TV,


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+ Enigma777 on July 1st, 2011 at 9:55 pm said:

I’m surprised Sony is still pushing 3D so much. I’m pretty much the consumers have spoken that they don’t want it/


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+ Android66 on July 2nd, 2011 at 12:25 am said:

@105:

1. It may very well be that 3D becomes the standard built into TV’s in a few years because it isn’t very expensive to include.

2. They require you to sit exactly centered and don’t work for people on the sides. They are also very “dark” and harder to see.

3. I don’t find this to be the case. I purchased a 51″ 3D HDTV and the immersion is just fine. I’ve played 3D on a smaller TV as well and wouldn’t ever go under 40″, but 80″ is overkill. :)

4. Will games ever reach 120fps as a standard? I doubt it. But, frankly, I don’t think playing a 3D game, knowing that the 60fps has become 30fps for each eye, is a less “worthy” experience than playing a 60fps game. I’ll take a great 30fps game over a crappy 60fps one any day!

The main problem is that a lot of people only recently upgraded to HDTVs, so it is a big deal to ask them to upgrade again. However, for those of us who waited until our older TVs crapped out, why not buy a 3D HDTV? When we purchased a 60″ rear projection TV (480i) in 2000, the thing cost over $4,000. I bought a 51″ 3D Plasma HDTV, 1080p, 60hz, for $999. So, comparatively speaking, they are a bargain!


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+ soliddavis on July 2nd, 2011 at 12:38 am said:

why auditorium not in the german store?! we wait over a half year…


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+ PSX04 on July 2nd, 2011 at 2:02 am said:

hi all >>> what about the specification of the 3d lcd ???? and what about Availability in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt ?????


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+ x1_1X1_1x on July 2nd, 2011 at 4:31 am said:

how much is the TV.


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    + Sid Shuman on July 2nd, 2011 at 11:31 am said:

    $499, and you get a full copy of Resistance 3 plus an HDMI cable and one pair of 3D active-shutter glasses.


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+ AizawaYuuichi on July 2nd, 2011 at 5:56 am said:

To all those complaining about 3D possibly gimping the production values of a game… now you know how I, and many others, feel about the wave of multiplayer being forced into single-player games. Uncharted 2, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Dead Space 2, etc etc.
Whether it actually does or not, you can be sure that the devs will do their best to not let it be noticeable. The last thing they want is players actively wondering if the game’s development was gimped, AFTER they’ve been playing it. Because if the way it plays/looks still gives rise to the question, then the answer is most likely “Yes”.

Anywho, welcome to the fold of “gamers unhappy with a recent change to their games”. Those of us who detest multiplayer and online trophies welcome you with open arms.


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+ avdagamer1 on July 2nd, 2011 at 5:58 am said:

I’m not trying to start with anybody, but nintendo’s really ahead with 3d when they released the 3DS, which looks really good, even for my [die-hard PS3] friend. lolz.


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+ DemoniOtaku on July 2nd, 2011 at 7:01 am said:

Will the Playstation 3DTv annouced come on at least 27″ versión? and any pack without resistance? I’ve already pre-ordered the limited edition…


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+ Link01 on July 2nd, 2011 at 8:50 am said:

@112 the 3DS pales in comparison with real 3D games.


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+ Rene_Led on July 2nd, 2011 at 9:09 am said:

Im not much for 3D. Im blind as is. Hell even in theaters (when sadly) watch 3D I sit at far back seats and my head still hurts >_<.

Even the 3DS beta-4D display gives me headaches lol

But oh well, for those that love 3D, go ahead and dig it :)


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+ LeeorV on July 2nd, 2011 at 9:32 am said:

I know it’s one of the silliest things alive, but Flight Control HD has 3D! add THAT! to your list :P


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    + Sid Shuman on July 2nd, 2011 at 11:31 am said:

    Not released in the U.S.! Thanks though :)


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+ Mcgnnis on July 2nd, 2011 at 9:37 am said:

I think that 3D is perhaps one of the best ways to “enhance” the playing experience, I mean sure you can say that it’s just an expensive gimmick but seriously, every time I see a movie in 3D, (Just saw GL last week, was awesome), I realize if a movie could be like that than how ridiculously awesome experience would playing Killzone 3 or Uncharted 3 in 3D would be. Now if only 3D TV prices could lower a little so I could buy one too…:(


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+ Skinz71 on July 2nd, 2011 at 9:38 am said:

nice update! and the list keeps getting bigger!


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+ SwoleRN on July 2nd, 2011 at 10:16 am said:

Thanks for the 3d list update. 3d gaming has really pulled me back into gaming full-time. I was getting tired of the same old crap and 3d has really been a big boost for me as I feel more connected to the game and visuals leave me in awe. The devs 3d technique seem to getting better and better with each new game release. While 3d gaming has really grasped me I’m still waiting for a really innovative way to use 3d in a game in which I am interacting with the 3d out of screen graphics themselves. I think devs don’t want to risk that yet until more consumers have 3dtvs though. I’ll be there waiting. 3d rocks!!!


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+ mystic2405 on July 2nd, 2011 at 11:57 am said:

hi,

I think you forgot some games for the list… what about:

flight control
The Last Guardian
Metal Gear Solid: Rising
MotorStorm: 3D Rift
Ridge Racer 7: 3D License Version
StarDrone


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+ YungShep on July 2nd, 2011 at 1:22 pm said:

my top 10 3D gaming experiences so far 10. Gran Turismo 5 9. COD Black Ops 8. Motorstorm 3D Rift 7. Tumble 6. Wipeout HD/Fury 5.Super StarDust HD 4. Socom 4 3. MLB The Show 2011 2. Mortal Kombat 1. Killzone 3 I would put Uncharted 3 Beta in but because its in beta, I can’t really judge it yet. But it does look incredible in 3D my top 10 will shuffle by the end of the year.


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+ YungShep on July 2nd, 2011 at 1:25 pm said:

Did my top 10 And forgot all about Motorstorm Apocalypse :-) id replace it with #3 because I don’t own MLB the Show 2011


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+ YungShep on July 2nd, 2011 at 1:29 pm said:

I’ve watched a couple of 3D movies and bought a few more. My top 3 movies I own or watched in 3D 3. Despicable Me 2. Sanctum 1. TRON. being under water in Sanctum really benefits well with 3D, u can literally see everything around with deep immersion. I didn’t care for the movie much, but the 3D was a standout. The free Bon Jovi music video looked awesome in 3D as well.


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+ Shinsakuragicho on July 2nd, 2011 at 1:36 pm said:

So is it official that the PlayStation 3D Display is confirmed a HDTV too? Meaning it has a tuner to watch TV/Cable. From the E3 press conference and the numerous video game blogs out there they have quoted saying it was a PlayStation branded DISPLAY/MONITOR only.

Now that many users have posted saying something like “How much is this 3Dtv? or When does the TV come out?” Sid Shuman doesn’t correct them and say Display/Monitor. Is this true? The new PlayStation is now quoted as an HDTV too? If this is the case I will be picking one up for sure since I actually prefer gaming on my 24″ monitor over my 40″ Sony LED TV.

Can someone confirm this please or was Sid quoting it as a TV incorrectly?


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+ YungShep on July 2nd, 2011 at 1:38 pm said:

For those who have only tried movie theater 3D experiences..u can’t judge that and hate the 3D that the ps3 utilize. I encourage you to play 1 game, make sure its a good representation of 3D and then give me an honest opinion. To me, there’s a significant difference between playing racing/shooters in 3D, but until u try it. u won’t realize it. I’ve given 5 3D demonstrations at my house, and every one always come away impressed and intrigued about investing in 3D themselves.


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+ YungShep on July 2nd, 2011 at 1:40 pm said:

@124 HD will always be standard if your getting a 3D tv. You will never pay for just 3D.


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+ bloodyhart on July 2nd, 2011 at 2:10 pm said:

what and where are some 3D capable TVs that I could purchase?


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+ Delta-16 on July 2nd, 2011 at 2:12 pm said:

Sid, can you at least confirm the release date for this year?


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+ eyehate666 on July 2nd, 2011 at 2:48 pm said:

@kazeEternal

If you wanna see what the PS3 can really do, play God of War 3. The scale alone in that game still blows me away, I havent played anything like it since. I feel like to this day, its the ot impresive Ps3 game in its library, probably any video game ever created so far.

And being so last year, literally, it still more than likely doesnt tap into the full potential of the console. Dont quote me on that… I feel like the Devs are holding back to maximize the lifespan of the console, probably because theyre being told me.

“we cant have that yet, we’ll reveal THAT tech/feature next year, around holiday time”

Now ON topic, Ive never been interested in #d myself, but the #D Display seems like a decent deal at the least. Im open minded to the idea of 3D, I just havent had any hands on experience with it yet. Ive got a Coraline #d-Blu-Ray, but it has the flimsy Red & green glasses, but reveals some amazing moments even with just those.


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+ Tjoeb123 on July 2nd, 2011 at 2:48 pm said:

Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel technically supports 3D, but only in a cutscene at the tail end of the DLC story.


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+ JP_WV on July 2nd, 2011 at 4:04 pm said:

A few things,

First you missed Sonic Generations in your up coming 3D list.

Second, active 3D in console gaming was a gimmick in the early 80′s when it showed up on the SEGA Master System and it’s still a gimmick now. It’s a pretty gimmick, but it’s still just that, a gimmick.

As for the TV, it is simply too small for me to have any interest in it 3D or no. I currently play on a 27″ Acer monitor and it is very cramped.

Between the two types of 3D I’m leaning toward the passive 3D used by Visio and LG as the glasses are much cheaper [2 pairs of glasses are ~$30 or free if you keep the ones you get at the movie theater] and it has a wider viewing angle making it easier to share the 3D love. 3D in the home, at this time, will never look as good as it does in the theater as the digital “film” has nearly 4 times the lines of resolution of Full HD (1080p). It can take the performance hit of passive 3D and still have twice the rez of FHD.


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+ Rorek_IronBlood on July 2nd, 2011 at 4:22 pm said:

Okay. The 3D gimmick aside. What is the “price” in which Sony, has targeted to sell this line of televisions at? That is my great question as I have to see any hint at a pricing with the exception that it would be “reasonably” priced. If someone from within Sony, could reply that would much more apreciated.


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+ Vortuminius on July 2nd, 2011 at 4:33 pm said:

I know the Sonic Generations demo has 3D on it… should that count as an “Upcoming 3D Title?”


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+ laivindil on July 2nd, 2011 at 4:48 pm said:

Hope you can reply, I hope that you can update this list in the future with games that have “splitscreen” 3D. Like having each player see one screen so you cant copy plays in madden, or having the full screen for FPS games, or anything else. It has a great range of possibilities and could really add to gaming, and be much more powerful then the controller for Nintendo’s new console. Because you do not have the time to look between the two screens in games except maybe madden. But having splitscreen with an FPS or other game, it would be awesome.


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+ DoNotExit on July 2nd, 2011 at 5:55 pm said:

You missed quite a few games. There’s a complete list on this site:

http://www.3dtested.com/3d-ps3-games-list/

I’ve played quite a few and the quality varies but keep them coming!


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+ JanLVP on July 2nd, 2011 at 6:07 pm said:

I think 3D is just a waste of space on games…


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+ DoNotExit on July 2nd, 2011 at 6:28 pm said:

@PirateHarlock: No, 3D in most of the games is NOT a result of parallax shifting of 2D objects. In fact there are very few that use this method, Crysis 2 and Mortal Kombat being the main two (the 3D in the latter still looks great but on consoles Crysis 2′s 3D is baaad). For top quality 3D in major titles take a look at GT5, KZ3, MSA, SOCOM4, SSHD, WipeoutHD or U3 to see what it’s really like. Yes they take a gfx quality hit compared to 2D but how could they not? Unless the game runs in 2D @ 120fps of course you’re going to see a hit in 3D – but the addition of depth outshines the gfx hit in most cases.


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+ Vortuminius on July 2nd, 2011 at 8:38 pm said:

@135
You can fit 50GB of data on a DL-BD. To my knowledge, only MGS4 touched upon all 50GB. Most games I know of that are 3D compatible are actually on SL-BDs. (I know KZ3 is an exception)

I wouldn’t call 3D wasted space, because so much space isn’t even used at all :P

As a side note, if you were suggesting 1080p 3D games.. I think that 1080p 3D isn’t exactly feasible without HDMI 1.4 support, but thats just something I heard.


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+ siddwell_6 on July 2nd, 2011 at 8:42 pm said:

@ everyone
whats with the negative comments people come on how ? how? does 3d effect the quality of a game its not like its always in 3d and the whole u2 and u3 thing its hard to raise the bar on a game that has the best graphics on the ps3. i think you guys need to change in your av cables for hdmi cables because kz3 had amazing graphics


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