This Friday marks the games industry’s first step into the next stage of 3D gaming. Disney releases the first title to use stereoscopic 3D technology, while a variety of other new games keep more traditional consumers happy.
Disney’s G-Force hits the shelves to complement the release of its silver screen counterpart. Delivering the film’s antics to fans on a variety of platforms, the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions are notable for being the first stereoscopic 3D games to hit retail.
Other notable releases this week include Puzzle Kingdoms (Zushi), Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis (Koei) and Code Of Honour 3: Rise Of The Desert Devil (City Interactive).