Entries in '3d' (173)
A custom 3D interface is the USP that Amazon hopes will distinguish its upcoming entry into the smartphone market.
You’re going to have to keep hold of your PS3 if you want to carry on making use of that 3D copy of Avatar you bought for £20.
Big questions were asked of the 3D future of the 3DS when Nintendo revealed that its latest version, the 2DS, had done away with the 3D screen.
The maker of Elite, Frontier, will support the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset in its upcoming Elite: Dangerous game.
The US arm of Sony is now taking pre-orders for its upcoming wireless 3D head-mounted display.
Remember when 3D looked as if it could be a key battleground for the console gaming sector?
A smartphone with a 3D screen could be on the way from retailer-come-tech giant Amazon, according to online reports.
Nintendo has announced the first ever ‘proper’ 3D Pokemon outings – Pokemon X and Pokemon Y.
Nintendo’s Wii U Gamepad apparently has a significant bit of added functionality that we’ve not heard about – it can display in 3D.
Microsoft has confirmed that DirectX 11.1 will be exclusive to Windows 8.
Platform holder Sony has admitted that consumers have effectively killed off the 3D gaming revolution.
Remember that time when they told you that stereoscopic 3D was THE next big thing in gaming? They lied.
Nintendo president Saturo Iwata has for the first admitted that the firm’s focus on 3D visuals for the 3DS will likely not be repeated with future machines.
There was a time when Sony wouldn’t stop talking about 3D. That time was a long time ago.
Nintendo has confirmed that gamers will be able to download a demo of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater this Thursday from the Nintendo eShop.
Nintendo TV is now available to view in 3D.
3D technology in the home has yet to achieve mass penetration in any sector. Sales of compatible TVs may be increasing, but they have yet to claim a majority of households.
One of the most anticipated games for Nintendo 3DS, Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D, has finally got a UK release date.
Namco Bandai’s Tekken 3D Prime Edition will hit UK shelves on February 17th with Nintendo responsible for sales, marketing and distribution.
An accessory that lets PSP owners view games in 3D is available to order online.
Watch out OnLive and Gaikai – a new rival says it can be the dominant force in cloud gaming.
The chances of Sony’s PS3 ready 3D games monitor arriving in the UK this side of Christmas have effectively been ruled out.