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Tekken 3DS to ship with movie

GAMESCOM: Namco Bandai has revealed that its upcoming 3DS title Tekken 3D Prime Edition will include a significant free bonus. Joystiq reports that a copy of 3D movie Tekken Blood Vengeance will be included on the game cartridge. Not only is it an excellent bonus feature, but it will also …

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Now Arkham City goes 3D

GAMESCOM:As if the hype for Warner’s Batman: Arkham Asylum wasn’t enough, the publisher has now confirmed that the game will ship with both stereoscopic and anaglyphic 3D functionality. All three of the game’s SKUs – Xbox 360, PS3 and PC – will support the technology. To use the 3D gamers …

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Stereoscopic 3D for Gears of War 3

One of Xbox 360’s big Christmas hits this year will come with stereoscopic 3D support out of the box. Developer Epic has confirmed the feature for September 20th release Gears of War 3. "We asked, could we do it?" executive producer Rod Fergusson told Eurogamer. It felt like something we …

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EA turns its back on 3D gaming

3D is brilliant. That’s what cinemas tell you. That’s what sports broadcasters tell you. That’s what TV manufactures tell you. That’s what Sony tells you. But EA boss John Riccitiello has becomes the first exec to publicly slam the market value of the technology. "We see really high returns in …

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Endgame Studios says 3D ‘not necessary’ for 3DS success

MCV recently spoke to Grant Davies, managing director of Endgame Studios in Melbourne, about the overstated usefulness of stereoscopic 3D on the 3DS. Davies explains: "We’ve been involved in the development of 9 DS games in total, mostly working with brands such as Spider-Man, Shrek, and Spyro, but more recently …

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Snake Eater 3DS likely to miss 2011

It’s looking increasingly likely that Konami’s Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D will miss its 2011 release and slip instead to early 2012. VG247 has a roundup of a number of rumours suggesting this is the case. Australian and French Konami reps have apparently confirmed the slippage, while the US …

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Sony on the limitations of glasses-free 3D

The hunger for glasses-free 3D screen technology is misjudged, Sony’s 3D gaming boss Mick Hocking has claimed. "There are already glasses-free TVs, big screens and small screens out there," he told Eurogamer. "The problem with glasses-free, or auto-stereoscopic as it’s called, is that it has inherent limitations. "With stereoscopic 3D, …

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