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Sony: Some 3D games are poor quality

Integrating 3D visuals into a game without ensuring that the functionality adds something to the gameplay experience is potentially damaging, Sony’s 3D chief Mick Hocking has stated. And sadly, some games which have released with 3D compatibility have not hit the mark, he believes. If people see great quality 3D …

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Wii U ‘technically’ able to play 3D games

Nintendo president Saturo Iwata has said that his company’s upcoming Wii U console will be 3D-enabled – though don’t get your hopes up for much in the way of first party support. Speaking to Mercury News, the exec confirmed: "If you are going to connect Wii U with a home …

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MS: Is 3D something gamers want?

Microsoft has questioned whether stereoscopic 3D gaming is something that players really want. While Sony has offered PS3 players a variety of 720p stereoscopic 3D-compatible games for use on 3D TVs, Microsoft hasn’t pushed the technology as much for Xbox 360. Gamers can currently play 360 titles such as Black …

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3D not engaging UK public

Research has shown that 3D is on course to become a mass market product, but has yet to engage the majority of its audience. A study by Informa Media & Telecoms predicts that 3DTVs will find their way into 11m homes over the next five years, but less than half …

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Robin Williams’ sincere Zelda ad

There are few things as sickening in this self-promoting and capitalist world as a money-laden celebrity taking to the camera to peddle insincere lies about a product in exchange for a big fat cheque, right? If that’s the sort of thinking you subscribe to then you should take great delight …

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‘Zelda 3D can repeat Mario 64 DS success’

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D can do for 3DS what Super Mario 64 did for the original DS, says Nintendo. Super Mario 64 DS was a launch title for the original dual-screen handheld which arrived in March 2005. In the UK it sold around 50,000 copies in …

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Signs of 3D struggles at cinema

There are indications in the US that the appetite for 3D movies is on the decline. This is of particular concern to content holders as, with the further establishment of 3D in the public consciousness, it would be usual to be expecting growth in the format at this stage in …

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