‘Gamers will drive the 3D movement’ – Sony 3D game head
COLOGNE, Germany–This year started with James Cameron’s 3D blockbuster Avatar crushing box office records and setting off a 3D craze in the film industry. The game world has also hopped on the 3D bandwagon, with Nintendo unveiling its innovative three-dimensional portable, the 3DS, at June’s Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Sony’s own 3D efforts have been substantial this year as well. The company released a line of 3D-enabled televisions, and in June unleashed a firmware update that allows all PlayStation 3s to play select games in 3D. And looking forward, PS3-exclusives Killzone 3 and Gran Turismo 5 will feature 3D support, allowing anyone with a special TV access to the stereoscopic gaming view.
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