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30 Games In 3D On PS3 By The End Of 2011

Posted on Wednesday, March 23 @ 16:18:10 Eastern by
During this hardware generation, it's hard to differentiate each platform from the others. Even consoles and PCs are looking more and more similar. Platform holders like Nintendo and Sega had to rely on software alone to separate each other but multiplatform titles are the norm these days and consoles have a wide gray area in between them.

Take Sony: While 3D content is obviously something the suits in Japan are pushing on all fronts, the PlayStation 3 is reaping the benefits as a member of that push. I don't think you'll see nearly as much content in 3D on any other console. Of course, the 3DS is an exemption to that rule but this nifty infographic really shines a light on the amount of 3D content you'll see on the PS3 through the end of the year.

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