Hot off the heels of Nintendo's unveiling of the Nintendo 3DS, a glasses-free 3D gaming device, Sony is stressing that its 3D solution is the "real" deal, as the only console with native support for the new stereoscopic 3D standard.
Sony made the first stereoscopic 3D games available last week when it patched Super Stardust HD, PAIN, and Wipeout HD, in addition to a 3D demo of Motorstorm: Pacific Rift. That's a small library for now, but Sony ran through a crazy long list of titles that will be capable of 3D output in the future. Here's a partial list:
Sly Cooper Collection
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Gran Turismo 5
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At Sony's E3 press event, all attendees were given 3D glasses to experience what some of these games look like in their full 3D glory. It is a huge push for Sony, even though the market isn't big at this point.
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