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Submitted by rivithed 2071d ago | news

Disney Interactive Studios debuts stereoscopic 3-D gaming on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii

3-D arrives to this generation of home console gaming. Disney Interactive Studios will be bringing two of its upcoming movie-based games to current generation game systems in stereoscopic 3-D. G-Force (on Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3) and Toy Story Mania! (Wii) will feature 3-D effects in their games with the use of the included anaglyphic 3-D glasses (red and cyan lenses). That's a first for this generation of gaming.

From Disney Interactive Studios:
"G-Force and Toy Story Mania! allow the player to choose to turn on special 3-D features in the games while wearing the enclosed 3-D glasses. Using the anaglyphic 3-D glasses, players will see the action extend forward from their television screens in a three-dimensional perspective while playing the games."

"The dawn of three-dimensional technology in films has taken over the Cineplex and it's obvious that video games are the next medium to see this trend," said Rob Neuman, a leading expert in 3-D technology and supervisor at Walt Disney Feature Animation. (Dev, G-Force, PS3, Tech, Toy Story Mania!, Wii, Xbox 360)

LinuxGuru  +   2071d ago
Can we see any *good* games in 3-D?

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