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3D Ps3 gaming

Updated on April 14, 2013

Its time to play video games in 3d

Latest to join the 3D bandwagon, the PlayStation 3 is already making enormous waves owing to its premium features like 3D and Blu-ray Disc storage capabilities. As if this was not enough, it has introduced motion-gaming also as the newest add-on variant! The PS3 is one of the major seventh generation video game consoles and is a tough contender to the Microsoft Xbox 360. Another of the PS3's novelty features is the PlayStation Network connectivity which enables PS3 users to connect online to play multiplayer games with other PS3 users all over the world! Many 3D games for PS3, use stereoscopic image enhancements to create an illusion of the third dimension (i.e., depth), have already hit the market and a lot of games (of similar technology) are anticipated to release in the near future. Let's take a look at all PS3 3D games that are currently available in the market as well as those that are expected soon.

3D games already available

The following list displays the names of those PS3 3D games that have already been released in most parts of the world, including North America. These include various latest 3D PS3 games 2010 too. See if you have missed any of these (it would be a pity if you did!). If you own a PS3, you give up on half the fun if you don't have 3D games!

* Call of Duty: Black Ops

* Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

* Eye Pet: Move Edition

* Flight Control HD

* Gran Turismo 5

* High Velocity Bowling

* Hustle Kings

* Invincible Tiger: the Legend of Han Tao

* James Cameron's Avatar: the Game

* Motor Storm: 3D Rift

* NBA 2K11

* Pain

* Prince of Persia Trilogy

* Ridge Racer 7: 3D License Version

* Shaun White Skateboarding

* Super Stardust HD

* Swords and Soldiers

* The Fight: Lights Out

* The Sly Collection

* Tumble

* Wipeout HD

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