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Capcom: In five years, everyone will be getting 3D TVs

According to Capcom’s David Reeves, while 3D tellies haven’t caught on enormously yet, that will change in the near future.

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Godmars2902949d ago

And sadly Capcom, you'll be making mostly sub-standard games for them...

Dramscus2949d ago

Lol sooooo true it almost hurts.

Yi-Long2949d ago

... plus DLC-milking them as well.

N4WAH2949d ago

can't get enough of SFIV and SSFIV. I am patiently awaiting MvsC3 and Streetfighter X Tekken.

All their other games I could care less about and I am not a fan of their over the top DLC nickle and diming of costumes. That is about the worse nickle and diming I have seen this generation. It rates right up there with horse armour.

Godmars2902949d ago (Edited 2949d ago )

That's why the "mostly."

Though I feel that if they just put their minds towards a true Monster Hunter HD, not just a PC port, it would be a good game. Even in spite of grunge Dante.

cmrbe2949d ago

Well it aint crapcom for nothing.

Last gen they were the bomb now they just completely suck. Sucky sucky sucky.

From DMC to Ominusha to RE4 to Okami last gen to Dead Rising to Lost planet to Dark void.

DigitalRaptor2949d ago (Edited 2949d ago )

As they become more affordable, people who want them will get them, the same way HDTVs sold.

Those who bought HDTVs as soon as they came out, will have bought 3D TVs as soon as they were released. Those who waited for the price to come down on HDTVs, will also wait for the price to come down until they buy a 3D TV.

Sure the trend might be a little different, but in 5 years, there will be enough 3D content to justify it, especially with the TV channels broadcasting in 3D and video games implementing it. And the tech will improve for sure.

Then comes the Glasses-free 3D technology. People will curse and moan about buying a new TV set, but eventually will buy it. It's the way the industry works.

Dramscus2949d ago

Additionally tv's made today have a fairly set lifespan sure it's around 100,000 hours but that's still less than old tube tv's. How often do you see gramma's thirty year old tv kickin around working like it's in it's prime.

avengers19782949d ago

Your right. I just bought a tv and won't be buying another anytime soon.

N4Great2949d ago

Five years, it's enough to see you tv dying.

Thecraft19892949d ago

I just feel sorry for the people blind in one eye

josh143992949d ago

i wont be unless unless all tvs support 3d. i went to the cinema last night to watch a 3d film and it made my vision go blurry.

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