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    Stereoscopic 3D on PS3: Updated List of All 3D Games and Movies

    Today Sony's Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman has shared an updated list of all 3D games and movies that support Stereoscopic 3D on the PS3 entertainment system.

    To quote: Affordable 3D gaming was a reoccurring theme at this year's PlayStation E3 keynote, whether it was the announcement of PlayStation's upcoming 3D Gaming Display and redesigned 3D glasses.

    But even with more sophisticated and affordable 3D technology, we need 3D games to play and 3D movies to watch. That's where this list comes in: I've collected almost every piece of stereoscopic 3D-capable PS3 content here, from Blu-ray to PSN. If I missed a game, let me know in the comments!

    3D Games for PS3

    Out now

    - Auditorium*
    - Call of Duty: Black Ops
    - Cars 2: The Video Game
    Crysis 2
    - de Blob 2: Underground
    - Enslaved: Journey to the West (via PSN software update)
    - EyePet
    - The Fight: Lights Out
    - Gran Turismo 5
    - High Velocity Bowling
    - Hustle Kings*
    - Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao*
    - James Cameron's Avatar: The Game
    - Killzone 3
    - MLB 11: The Show
    - Mortal Kombat
    - MotorStorm: 3D Rift*
    - MotorStorm Apocalypse
    - NBA 2K11 (via PSN software update)
    - PAIN*
    - Prince of Persia Trilogy*
    - Puzzle Dimension*
    - Red Faction: Battlegrounds*
    - Shaun White Skateboarding
    - SOCOM 4
    - The Sly Collection
    - Super Stardust HD* (via PSN software update)
    - Swords and Soldiers*
    - Tetris on PSN* (via PSN software update)
    - TRON: Evolution
    - Tumble*
    - WipEout HD*
    - Top Darts*
    - Top Spin 4
    - Virtua Tennis 4

    *Indicates downloadable PSN title

    Upcoming Titles

    - Dungeon Defenders*
    - EyePet & Friends
    - God of War: Origins Collection
    - The Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collection
    - Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One
    - Resistance 3
    - Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Trilogy
    - UNCHARTED 3: Drake's Deception

    PlayStation Video Store's 3D Selections

    The PlayStation Video Store also supports stereoscopic 3D films (in addition to VUDU), and the library is growing. Here's an updated list.

    - Bolt
    - Chicken Little
    - Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
    - Dark Country
    - Gnomeo & Juliet
    - The Green Hornet
    - Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds
    - Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience
    - The Mad Magician
    - Meet the Robinsons
    - Monster House
    - Open Season
    - Piranha 3D
    - Resident Evil: Afterlife
    - Sanctum
    - Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2011: The 3D Experience
    - Tangled
    - TRON: Legacy

    3D Blu-ray Films

    Note: Select titles appear here, for a full list of all 3D Blu-rays, refer to

    - Alice in Wonderland
    - Bolt
    - Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
    - Clash of the Titans
    - Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
    - Coraline
    - Despicable Me
    - Disney's A Christmas Carol
    - Harry Potter and the Order of The Phoenix
    - Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
    - How to Train Your Dragon
    - Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
    - The Last Airbender
    - Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
    - Monster House
    - Monsters vs Aliens
    - My Bloody Valentine
    - The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Film in 3D
    - Open Season
    - Piranha
    - The Polar Express
    - Resident Evil: Afterlife
    - Saw: The Final Chapter
    - Shrek 3D - The Complete Collection
    - Space Station
    - Step Up 3D
    - Street Dance
    - Tangled
    - Michael Jackson's This is It
    - The Lion King
    - Tron Legacy
    - Beauty and the Beast
    - Chicken Little
    - G-Force
    - Meet the Robinsons
    - The Nightmare Before Christmas

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    B4rtj4h Guest
    Coraline is not REAL 3D... it's with the red and blue glasses!

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    heartagram62 Guest
    Its nice to see the list finally growing, it would be better to see more games in 3D though.

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    barrybarryk Guest
    I wish Sony would just accept that 3D is going to fail on home consoles, nothing to do with games though there just isn't enough TV content to justify a 3D tv for the vast majority of folks that don't buy their tv based on their games consoles.

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    jgipp2001 Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by B4rtj4h View Post
    Coraline is not REAL 3D... it's with the red and blue glasses!
    they re-released it on 3d bluray when the 3ds tvs first came out. It was bundled with ice age for panasonic 3dtvs.

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    LNRrgB Guest
    I'd wager you are wrong about failure. 3D is a premium now, because they can get the premium price, due to the newness. Eventually, because implementing 3D doesn't really cost much, it will just be a feature that TV's have - and not something you pay extra to get. For now though, they are getting as many dollars as they can. The true future of 3D, likely isn't even grasped yet - especially by content providers. Give it time though.

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    barrybarryk Guest
    Yeah but 3D TVs in their current form (stereoscopic) will never become the norm, because of their need for glasses, 1080p auto-stereoscopic screens have already been prototyped and shown off and are only about 2 years away from consumers (probably less). If Sony were serious about pushing 3D on the playstation 3 they'd patch in nVidia 3D vision support since there are a lot more of those in consumers hands than there are 3D TVs, since a 3D PC monitor and nVidia Vision is a lot cheaper than a 3D TV and so people would be more inclined to buy them instead of a 3D tv which would become obsolete in a year or two.

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    Ensokusha Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by barrybarryk View Post
    Yeah but 3D TVs in their current form (stereoscopic) will never become the norm, because of their need for glasses (...)
    3D Screens that don't need you to wear glasses will still produce "sterescopic" images. (Assuming we don't upgrade mankind to three or more eyes.)

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    barrybarryk Guest
    yes but they're called auto-stereoscopic not stereoscopic

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    Ensokusha Guest
    Now I feel myself reminded of "LED TV"s ... when the term "LCD" was replaced by "LED" although they only replaced the CCFL backlight behind the LCD with a LED one. ^^

    Though it's not like I'd disagree with you. I think the glasses have no future, but IMHO the autostereoscopic solutions limited to specific viewing zones aren't that much better. I guess we'll still have to wait. Somehow I'm glad I bought a really nice TV just before the 3D boom started. (Sony Z4500 ... because of some extended warranty program by sony at that time it will last until 2014 at the least, too) So I guess there's no need for me to put too much thought into this matter, yet.

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