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  1. #1
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    PSN Gets a 3D Game - Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao

    Tomorrow Sony's PlayStation Network will receive it's first 3D game, dubbed Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao for PlayStation 3.

    For those unaware, the title is a side-scrolling beat-em-up video game. To quote:

    "You will need a pair of classic "red & blue" 3D glasses to see the anaglyphic 3D effects. Or, you'll need a DLP HDTV capable of stereoscopic 3D.

    If you don't have a pair of 3D glasses, just go to the official Invincible Tiger Web site.

    Although it's still listed as "coming soon", there is an option to get a free pair of 3D glasses courtesy of Publisher Namco Bandai and Developer Blitz Arcade."


    More PlayStation 3 News...

  2. #2
    red8316 Guest
    It's late for me so I might be missing something, but when you click "Get it Now" then click the PSN link it takes you to Mini Ninjas Demo. But, for Xbox Live it takes you to Invincible Tiger. I guess because its "coming soon". Maybe cause its not Thursdays PSN Update time yet. I saw Mini Ninjas on the European Store a few days ago for what its worth.

  3. #3
    Chivafighter Guest

    Code

    The Secret code it asks for when you try to get the free 3D glasses is

    mythical


  4. #4
    Devilmaster Guest
    Not for Germany

  5. #5
    Grizzo Guest
    The free glasses are only available to the US.

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    banksc Guest
    Sweet, another reason I am happy to have DLP....

  7. #7
    tragedy Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by banksc View Post
    Sweet, another reason I am happy to have DLP....
    The 3D effect only works on certain TVs and generally manufacturers haven't made it massively easy to determine which TVs are compatible and which are not. Apparently, the general trend is increasingly towards incorporating the technology in most newer TVs, although I think currently less than 10% of HDTVs actually support it. Also, apparently it's not always the expensive ones that support it...

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    banksc Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by tragedy View Post
    The 3D effect only works on certain TVs and generally manufacturers haven't made it massively easy to determine which TVs are compatible and which are not. Apparently, the general trend is increasingly towards incorporating the technology in most newer TVs, although I think currently less than 10% of HDTVs actually support it. Also, apparently it's not always the expensive ones that support it...
    Understood, but I KNOW my Samsung TV supports it.

  9. #9
    Shrink Guest
    You don't even need such a TV. You can play with red/green glasses as well.

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