3D TVs have been in the forefront of the minds of PlayStation 3 owners everywhere, ever since Sony revealed that the PS3 would be receiving a firmware update that made the console capable of playing back 3D games, with a future update down the road that allows 3D Blu-Ray playback.
Sony, who has been one of the staunchest supporters of getting 3D into homes across the globe, has just unveiled it's full line-up of 3D capable home theater components, including the new 3D Bravia HDTVs.
Sony has also just revealed during their 3D press conference that 20 3D capable PS3 titles will be available by the end of the year. On top of that, SCEA will be offering a PlayStation Network voucher to download the first 4 3D capable games available for free, if you purchase one of the new Sony 3D Bravia HDTVs.
That's not all. PlayStation Move title, The Fight: Lights Out will also be in stereoscopic 3D when it launches.