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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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October 14, 2011 at 5:30PM
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Epic Games and Darkworks might have just captured the 3D gaming market. With the addition of TriOviz 3D technology to the Unreal Engine 3 and its development kit, a massively popular game engine now has built-in 3D integration, for use with either 3D televisions or green/magenta glasses. It stands t...

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Darkworks' TriOviz 3D system debuted in the Game of the Year Edition of Batman: Arkham Asylum, a game made with Unreal Engine 3. Now other UE3 developers are going to have the ability to add 3D to their games, as TriOviz has been accepted into the Integrated Partners Program for the engine. The tech...

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Well, wouldn't you know it? 3D seems to be the topic of conversation here at GDC , and Paris-based Darkworks is making a splash by announcing the availability of its TriOviz for Games SDK. In short, this magical software concoction is a post-process effect that allows standard 2D games to be transfo...

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Uh, remember how we kind of got your hopes up with the promise of Batman in 3D earlier today? Well, we hope you North American readers didn't rush to your local game emporium to pre-order the "Game of the Year" edition, as you probably would have gotten laughed at. Warner Bros. confirmed to Joystiq...

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If you were planning to ignore the Batman: Arkham Asylum "Game of the Year Edition" (perhaps you're still stinging from the disappointing collector's release) you may not want to stop caring just yet. While we're unexcited by the promise of "six additional maps" on the disc (there are six available...

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