1,001 self-proclaimed gamers were surveyed on the future of 3D gaming and, when it comes to 3D on consoles, the majority found the format 'unnecessary' with high barriers to entry.
Rocksteady's high profile new game 'Batman: Arkham City' will feature full 3D support (both stereoscopic and anaglyphic). Don't know what that means? Dust off those red and blue lenses.
Producers of the monumentally anticipated 'Gears of War 3' have announced the game will have options for stereoscopic 3D. Read on to find out their plans for this eye-popping new mode.
While some studios are already getting behind the 3D gaming movement, the director of 'Skyrim' has a few choice words when it comes to the technology.
Sony and Nintendo have invested heavily in 3D as the future of gaming. Will their efforts be in vain?
Not wanting to repeat their mistake with the Wii, Nintendo is reassuring their loyal fans that hardcore gamers will find a lot to love about the 3DS.
Nintendo has released health warnings that deal with operating the 3DS. Read more to see if they will force you to change your gaming habits.
Though 2010 was down four percent in sales from 2009, analysts are predicting that with 3D, social media games, and micro-transactions 2011 will be a great year for gaming.
3D advocacy group Meant to be Seen wants you to know that other gamers are just fine with putting on 3D glasses. So why shouldn't you be?
A recent survey of television owners found that the vast majority of them find the idea of wearing 3D glasses a hassle and a hindrance from multitasking.
Good news for early adopters, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's Andrew House says that they hadn't even thought about putting a higher price tag on 3D enabled games.
Sony and SEGA want to bring a grand slam right into your living room with Virtua Tennis 4, complete with Move support and 3D compatibility.
That's right folks, you'll be able to play StarCraft 2 in 3D when it's released later this year. But you'll have to pay, unlike some people...
Yoichi Wada sees network services as the "true battlefield" for consoles.
Yesterday, Sony announced the launch of the PS3's 3D capabilities in a surprisingly lackluster manner to a largely unaffected and uninterested fan base.