Playstation 3 Set To Release 3D Games

In an official blog post, Sony has confirmed that they are releasing 3D games for their Playstation 3 console. Gamers can download titles such as Wipeout HD, Super Stardust HD, PAIN (content) and MotorStorm beginning tomorrow.

Sony spokesperson John Koller explains, “Thanks to a free firmware update released this past April, the PS3 system is the only console on the market that can support full stereoscopic 3D gaming.”

Sony apparently timed the announcement to coincide with its pre-order kickoff of 3D capable Bravia HDTVs – which will ship to retailers later this month.

You may, of course, want to consider buying one of the next-gen sets, because the above-mentioned titles can’t be played without a 3D-enabled TV.

Meanwhile, Nvidia spokesperson Bryan Del Rizzo told TG Daily that 3D entertainment was now a “sizzling hot” topic.

“Consumers are embracing 3D…There is a huge amount of pent-up demand for games, films (like Avatar) and other content. I think it’s great that people now have another platform to experience stereoscopic 3D in.

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