Uncharted 3’s 3D Utilization Is the Avatar of 3D Gaming

By October 12, 2011March 24th, 2020Newswires

Uncharted 3’s 3D Utilization Is the Avatar of 3D Gaming

By Nick McCandless

When Sony released a firmware update just last year enabling support of stereoscopic 3D gaming on the PlayStation 3, I was instantly a skeptic knowing that without building a console from the ground up with this technology in mind, the effectiveness would be limited. Thanks to my recent purchase of the Sony XBR-46HX909 3D LED Television, I have had the opportunity to test out numerous 3D titles within the comfort of my own home and determine if 3D really is a worthwhile feature this console generation and up to this point I would have said “No”. While games such as “Super Stardust HD” and “MotorStorm: Pacific Rift” look alright in 3D and depth is present, I was never really impressed until I gave one of the largest blockbusters of 2011 a chance. Read more to find which title this is and why I feel it defines 3D gaming on consoles today.

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