Entries in '3d' (172)
THQ is currently working on a sequel to this year’s Metro 2033.
Namco Bandai has five games in development for 3DS and is convinced that 2010 will be the year of 3D, according to a statement form the publisher.
Microsoft has insisted that the Xbox 360 is just as 3D ready as the PS3, though has once again iterated that it’s not diving headfirst into the 3D sector just ...
Chairman and group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Kazuo 'Kaz' Hirai has confirmed at Sony's E3 press conference that the Gran Turismo 5 3D speculation is true.
Sony today boasted heavy support from key third-parties for its vision of 3D PS3 titles.
Sony has opened its E3 conference with a bang – 20 games compatible with 3D technology will be available by March next year.
Sony’s “end-to-end” 3D solution has kicked off the final of the platform holder press conferences at E3, with Guerrilla Games boss Hermen Hulst taking to stage to demo a 3D ...
Crytek last night confirmed that its EA Partners-published Crysis 2 will boast stereoscopic 3D - and described the new vision tech as a 'quantum leap' for games.
THQ has announced that de Blob 2: The Underground will be the first entry in the franchise to be available in high-definition and 3D.
The news that EA’s Crysis 2 will be playable in stereoscopic 3D gives yet another hint about the surprises that Microsoft has in store for its press conference at 6pm ...
EA is set to confirm that upcoming console and PC shooter Crysis 2 will support stereoscopic 3D.
Blitz Game Studios co-founder Andrew Oliver says that Microsoft is readying and announcement relating to 3D display on the Xbox 360
"3D does take a bit of extra work," ...
Another game has been confirmed as joining Sony’s 3D revolution – Move compatible monochrome brawler The Fight: Lights Out.
An overnight update to the PlayStation Network has ushered in anew era of 3D gaming on PS3.
Two videos apparently originating from Japan and highlighting the new 3D functions of Sony’s PS3 have sent internet rumour-mongers into a frenzy – partially because both seem to feature the ...
The rush to embrace 3D gaming as a way to reinvigorate the high-grade end of the gaming spectrum
is certainly exciting.
Natal and Move may be highly anticipated, but publishers have told MCV they are gambling on 3D to wow the world at this month’s E3.
The 3D revolution doesn’t start until Sony says it does – and Sony has said that it will begin on June 10th.
With many technology and media firms doing all they can to crank up the 3D bandwagon ahead of the official UK release of the first 3D TV sets next month, ...