We’re blogging live from the E3 showfloor at Sony’s press conference, and the company has touted that stereoscopic 3D gaming is the way forward, with 20 titles specially created natively in 3D to roll out by the time March next year comes around. In fact, Sony even offered a sneak peek at one of the industry’s most anticipated 3D titles – none ofther than Killzone 3. We came away pretty impressed with the level of perceptible depth in this demo (which was running the game in real time, mind you). It does make us wonder however – how fast will the novelty of 3D gaming wear off before folks start to realize (all over again) that it is gameplay and a solid storyline that really drives the game forward? Killzone 3 is slated for a February 2011 release as an exclusive on the PS3 platform, and even better news is it will be 100% compatible with Move. Other titles that will be built in 3D from ground up include Crysis 2, Mortal Kombat, Shaun White, Ghost Recon, Tron Evolution, NBA 2K11, Motorstorm and Gran Turismo 5.
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