The next generation of gaming, 3D gaming, will have it’s debut in Japan, according to this article.
After years of planning and absorbing the high cost of making PS3 3D-ready, Sony’s plans for 3D gaming are finally coming into fruition. But unfortunately for us, Japan will be the first to experience 3D games, which will be made available overseas on June 10th. The list of debut titles is small, but promising.
Current titles such as Wipeout HD, Super StarDust HD and Pain will get a 3D upgrade and be made available as downloadable updates. Some of the updates will be given to gamers for free, while other will cost around 300 yen (about $3).
Also, A 3D demo of Motostorm: Pacific Rift is going to be released on June 10th as part of a Bravia buying campaign. The free demo will only be offered to those who purchased a Sony Bravia 3D television. In addition to the Motorstorm demo, Sony will be giving free vouchers for Wipeout HD, StarDust HD and Pain.
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