The recent batch of hands-on sessions with Assassin’s Creed: Revelations have uncovered a number of new tidbits, including full stereoscopic 3D for the PlayStation 3 version.
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A survey conducted earlier this year has found 3DS owners significantly underwhelmed by the system’s main selling point.
Sony chose not to implement 3D on the Vita to keep the quality of the experience high – and eschews bad 3D implementation for its negative effect on consumer perception.
Despite Microsoft’s early rumblings against stereoscopic 3D, Xbox 360 poster boy Gears of War 3 will feature full support for those with fancy pants TVs.
Sony announced during its E3 press event that due to the more than 100 3D games on PlayStation, the firm plans to release two new 3D hardware products: a PlayStation branded 3D monitor and glasses, all of which will be available in a bundle with Resistance 3.
EG‘s reporting that full stereoscopic 3D will arrive on Xbox 360, with an E3 announcement being very likely.
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