Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has released details on which titles will harness Stereoscopic 3D options. These include MotorStorm®: Apocalypse, Killzone®3, The Sly Raccoon Collection and Gran Turismo®5. Popular franchises from the publishing community will also make their way into consumer homes in stereoscopic 3D on PlayStation 3, such as Crysis 2 from Electronic Arts, Mortal Kombat 9 from Warner Brothers, Ubisoft's Shaun White Skateboarding and Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, as well as Tron 2: Evolution The Game from Disney.
According to Sony: Unlike any other console on the market today, all 35.7 million PS3 units globally are capable of playing stereoscopic 3D games as a result of a recent firmware update. Four PS3 titles offering stereoscopic gaming experiences are currently available for download from the layStation Network including PAIN, MotorStorm® Pacific Rift, Super Stardustâ„¢ HD and WipEout® HD. The PS3 system will make stereoscopic 3D Blu-ray Disc movie support available later this year.
If want to start breaking furniture, why not wear a pair of 3D glasses whilst gaming with the PlayStation Move? Sony announced release details for the new motion controller:
SCEE also announced that it will release the PlayStation®Move motion controller for PS3 on September 15th (September 16th, Australia and New Zealand) in Europe and the PAL territories for â‚¬39.99 RRP (AUD$69.99, NZ$79.99). The new PlayStation®Move navigation controller, which can be used alongside the motion controller for intuitive navigation of in-game characters and objects, will also be available on the same day for â‚¬29.99 RRP (AUD$49.99, NZ$59.99). A special priced starter bundle offer will also be made available at launch.
With more than 16 dedicated titles for PlayStation Move available on the day of launch and 40 more slated to hit throughout the holiday season, both casual gamers and hardcore gamers will have plenty of reasons to clear their coffee tables and immerse themselves in the most precise and ultra sensory gaming experience ever. PlayStation Move titles showcased at E3 include:
First Party Titles:
- SingStar Dance
- Heroes on the Move (working title)
- SOCOM 4: US Navy SEALS
- Heavy Rain Move Edition
- echochrome ii
- Sports Champions
Third Party Titles:
- Time Crisis: Razing Storm
- Toy Story 3
- Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
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The PlayStation brand has set the stage for what great gaming experiences can be and what is possible when creative innovations are combined with powerful technology. SCEE has raised the bar once again with bigger and more immersive experiences this fiscal year with our most highly anticipated line up to date. The company continues to push the envelope on extending richer and deeper gaming experiences to consumers. PS3 titles showcased at E3 include:
Worldwide Studios First Party Titles
- Twisted Metal
- Killzone 3
- Gran Turismo 5
- SOCOM 4: US Navy SEALS
Third Party Publisher Titles
- Final Fantasy XIV, Square Enix
- Mafia 2, Take-Two
- Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Ubisoft
- Metal Gear Solid: Rising
- Mortal Kombat 9
- Tron 2
- Shaun White Skateboarding
- Call of Duty, Black Ops
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With continued momentum and excitement behind the PSP platform, SCEE announced some new titles developed with a younger audience in mind, including Invizamalsâ„¢: Shadow Zone, Jungle Partyâ„¢ and EyePetâ„¢. In addition, more than 70 titles across first party studios and publishing partners are expected to hit the PSP platform with tailored games designed specifically for PSP, such as God of War®: Ghost of Sparta and sequels to firm favourites, such as Pataponâ„¢ 3.
Patapon 3, Yes! Lastly, the much rumoured PlayStation Network Plus received a detailed announcement:
With more than 50 million registered accounts worldwide, PlayStation Network is today one of the largest network entertainment platforms and continues to evolve with newly added content and services such as Vidzone, the free on-demand streaming music service, the video delivery service and the upcoming MUBI - a movie service that takes you beyond the mainstream and deep in the world of independent, international and classic .Today, the company also unveiled PlayStation®Plus, a new subscription service offering users even more options in how they consume content on PlayStation Network. PlayStation Plus will be available starting June 29 at a yearly fee of â‚¬49.99 (Australian and New Zealand pricing to be confirmed at a later date) and is designed to offer PlayStation Network's power users added value, access and convenience, such as special features that include discounts on the PlayStation Store content, free and exclusive access to select games, full game trials, and much more. PlayStation Network will continue to add new exclusive games to its catalogue this year, including PixelJunkâ„¢ Shooter 2, Eat Them and Dead Nation.