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Every time I'm in a conversation about DUST 514, I find myself excusing its gameplay problems on the basis that it's treading new ground and has years of development ahead of it. But even though CCP has revealed an aggressive new schedule of big monthly updates, console gamers aren't willing to giv...

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Namco has officially unveiled Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 – the other anime-based fighter from CyberConnect2 – providing a much higher-quality trailer, which you can enjoy above. For the first time in the series, Ninja Storm 3 will display in 3D on both Xbox 360 and PS3. T...

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During last year's Sony E3 press conference, the company spent quite a bit of time talking 3D. Several titles were on the horizon with 3D support, including main entries in series like Uncharted and Killzone. Since then, the company toned down its approach to 3D integration. Sony Senior VP of Produ...

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Like a horseman of the apocalypse, Sony's undeniable spokesperson Kevin Butler has stormed the holiday shopping battlefield, riding a sale horse. The ad above has the juicy details: At any Best Buy across the country, anyone who buys a PlayStation 3D Display -- the Sony-branded, $499 bundle tha...

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Want to see Ezio Auditore hookblade people in 3D? That's sick. You're sick. But you can totally do that, as Ubisoft has added 3D support to Assassin's Creed: Revelations. You can enjoy the illusion of depth whether you have a 3D television or not: the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions use TriOviz's te...

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Sega has announced that House of the Dead: Overkill - Extended Cut will not only feature stereoscopic 3D support for those with hoity-toity future TVs, but also anaglyph technology, for those of us with TVs older than we are. Check out the gallery below to see this ancient, polychromatic techniqu...

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You won't have to wait for a "Game of the Year" version to play Batman: Arkham City in 3D. When the game ships in October, it'll have two varieties of 3D support built in. The Xbox and PS3 versions will be playable in stereoscopic 3D on compatible televisions, using active-shutter glasses. Th...

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We'll admit we initially felt a little bad for PS3 owners who have to wait yet another week for Child of Eden (it's been delayed from Sept. 20 to Sept. 27). But all that evaporated when we saw in an Ubisoft tweet that the game would feature not only Move controls but full 3D support. Not only ...

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It appears as though GameStop won't be the only retailer to reject Sony's new Motorstorm: Apocalypse-only PlayStation 3DTV bundle. Like its brick-and-mortar competitor, Amazon will also toss in a copy of Resistance 3, which was originally slated to be the 3D display's pack-in title. So, just t...

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Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello has plenty to worry about at present, but a future full of 3D displays isn't one of them. VentureBeat reports that at EA's recent shareholder meeting, the executive responded to an inquiry about stereoscopic 3D games by saying, "We have not seen a big uptake f...

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Haven't settled in to 3D PS3 gaming just yet? Too bad because Sony's ready to leapfrog that industry buzzword with another once-vaunted, immersive tech of yore -- virtual reality. Announced ahead of Sony London Studio chief Mick Hocking's Develop conference "3D post-mortem speech," comes word the...

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If you just paid attention to the marketing for Child of Eden, you'd think it was an Xbox 360 exclusive. But there's totally a PS3 version coming out in September. According to Q? Entertainment producer James Mielke, the delay had nothing to do with Microsoft moneyhats, and everything to do with ...

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If you run to your PS3 now and fire up Tetris, you'll be presented with the option to update. Download that 75MB file and -- just like that! -- you'll be playing in 3D. Oh, also, you have to have a 3D television and be wearing your glasses. We should really have told you about that part first. ...

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