The lights are on
At Sony's press briefing this afternoon, CEO Kaz Hirai led the 3D presentation saying that within the next year, the PlayStation 3 will push gaming to a new level as the "undisputed leader in 3D." He said PlayStation 3 will do for 3D gaming what Avatar did for 3D movies. Hirai told the audience there will be 20 native 3D titles by March 2011. We got a glimpse at Sony's upcoming 3D lineup.
Here's the list: Killzone 3, Motorstorm Apocalypse, Gran Turismo 5, Shaun White Snowboarding, Ghost Recon, Tron Evolution, NBA 2K11, Crysis 2, Mortal Kombat, plus titles with Move compatibility such as The Fight: Lights Out, EyePet, Tumble, and MLB: The Show. While we knew about most of these, we were surprised by the announcement of the Sly Collection. Sounds like our favorite raccoon kleptomaniac will finally make his triumphant return in his own remastered collection. We merely got a quick mention of the collection's existence, but here's hoping we get more details on the E3 show floor.
Stay tuned to Game Informer for more Sony announcements.