‘Killzone 3’ makers run into unexpected challenges going 3-D
By Winda Benedetti
Where do you put the blood splatter?
It’s just one of the questions the developers over at Guerrilla Games have found themselves trying to answer as they’ve worked on “Killzone 3,” a first-person shooter for the PlayStation 3 that gamers will be able to play in stereoscopic 3-D.
Sony announced at the Penny Arcade Expo this week that “Killzone 3” will be hitting store shelves Feb. 22, 2011. It is among the first in a new wave of stereoscopic 3-D games scheduled to hit stores in the coming months.
But being among the first ain’t exactly easy.
At the PAX video game conference taking place in Seattle this weekend, I had a chance to play a bit of “Killzone 3” in 3-D as well as chat with Steven Ter Heide, senior producer at Guerrilla Games.
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