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Child of Eden PS3 Coming in September

Posted on Friday, July 15 @ 17:01:35 Eastern by Josh_Laddin
Push Square reported today that Child of Eden's PS3 release was confirmed for September 23, 2011. The synesthetic feast for the senses seems a perfect fit for the PS Move's flickering rubber ball controller. They've also all but guaranteed that the port of the Kinect original will have 3D support on Sony's system.

Normally, that would be a minor, perhaps groan-inducing footnote, but Child of Eden is one of the very few games that would definitely benefit from 3D. I can only imagine how much more surreal the experience would be with the explosions of sight and sound encompassing your field of vision.

This. In 3D. Holy shit.
 

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