Ubisoft has announced Assassin’s Creed Revelations will be playable in 3D for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ PCs.
Finally coming to PlayStation 3 on September 27th is Child of Eden. And now we have the Launch Trailer, which still looks just as great on PS3 as it did on Xbox 360. But I would think the entire experience will even be enhanced further with 3D.
Child of Eden thrusts the player into the center of a battle to save Project Lumi, a mission to reproduce a human personality inside Eden, the archive of all human memories. As the project nears completion, the archive is invaded by an unknown virus. The player’s mission is to save Eden from the virus, restoring hope and peace.
Child of Eden is a visionary entertainment experience that synchronizes stunning graphics and innovative sound design to electrify the senses. By bringing physics in synergy with spectacular visuals and audio, Child of Eden is the next-generation sensory experience. The PS3 version goes even further by offering the experience in full stereoscopic 3D.
I’m not much of a 3D person, whether it be movies or games – some work to great effect, but in my experience most do not. I’m not weary of 3D games, as long as it’s not the only way to play the game. I plan to check out the 3D effect, but I fear it may be too distracting overall.
Here’s the presser:
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today announced Batman: Arkham City will be playable in stereoscopic and anaglyphic 3D for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ PCs. Batman: Arkham City is scheduled for release beginning October 18 in North America, October 19 in Australia and October 21 in Europe and other global territories.
Gamers on Xbox 360 and PS3™ can delve deep into Arkham City’s breathtaking environments and immersive gameplay in stereoscopic 3D when playing on any 3D HDTV and wearing active shutter glasses that are compatible with the television. In addition, Batman: Arkham City supports NVIDIA 3D Vision technology, allowing PC players to also experience the action in stereoscopic 3D on GeForce® GPU-equipped desktop or notebook PCs and compatible 3DTVs.
Fans with HDTVs can enjoy Batman: Arkham City in anaglyphic 3D with technology compatible with all high definition TV sets and visible to players wearing 3D glasses available for the video game.
This is the sequel to The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai for Xbox Live Arcade that released in 2009. The game will be available on April 6, 2011. We will have the review soon!
“The highly anticipated sequel to 2009’s “The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai”, “The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile” takes the series’ stylistic fast action, deep gameplay and unique visual style and kicks it up a few blood soaked notches!”
• Vengeance is Yours! Seek retribution as you slash your way through 13 unique campaign levels as Yuki or The Dishwasher.
• Be The Ultimate Dishwasher. Climb the Xbox LIVE® leaderboards in 50 Arcade levels and the almost endless Dish Challenge.
• It’s More Fun With Friends. Two player local and Xbox LIVE® co-op support means that you and a friend can experience the carnage together
In the meantime here is the Launch trailer…