Sony Japan Announced 3D Stereoscopic Games for PlayStation 3 in June

Stereoscopic 3D coming to Playstation-3Sony Computer Entertainment Japan announced that it will deliver Stereoscopic 3D to some Sony PlayStation 3 games with the upcoming patches on the 10th of June.

The first Sony PlayStation 3 games that will gain the Stereoscopic 3D effect are PlayStation Network titles like Super Stardust HD, which is called Star Strike HD in Japan, WipeOut HD and Pain, which is called Mr. Pain in Japan. Gamers who already own Wipeout HD and Super Stardust HD will be able to receive the patches for the 3D Stereoscopic effect for free, but gamers who already own Mr. Pain, however, will have to pay around 300 Yen, which is around 3 dollars, for their Stereoscopic 3D patch. They will also receive new game modes for the game called “Alien Toss”, and “Ice Breaker”. Both modes will fully support Stereoscopic 3D.

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan has also revealed some detailed plans for a promotional Bravia TV campaign. Consumers who purchase a 3D Bravia Television set will receive Super Stardust HD, WipeOut HD, and Pain plus a Stereoscopic 3D Demo of Motorstorm 2 for free.

The above details were announced by Sony Computer Entertainment Japan. No official statement has come out from Sony in the other parts of the world.

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