While 3D version LittleBigPlanet and Gran Turismo 5 weren’t playable, attendee’s where able to test out Super Stardust HD and Motorstorm: Pacific Rift.
Eurogamer’s own Rich Leadbetter attended the event and claimed LittleBigPlanet’s 3D upgrade addressed some of his issues with the game.
“In the original LittleBigPlanet there can be an element of confusion about which of the game’s platforms ‘live’ on which of the three planes of depth. Stereoscopic 3D puts an end to that, ensuring each of the parallax elements occupies its own distinct area within the 3D space.”
Sony has yet to offer firm release dates, or even a full list of 3D capable titles for it’s massive 3D push, though, 3D displays are set to launch this Summer.
As we’ve already discussed, every model of Sony’s Playstation 3 will become fully 3D-able through 2 firmware updates (one for movies and the other for game) which have been given the tentative release date of this Summer.