E3 2010: Resident Evil Revelations Screens

A few scant details have been revealed about Resident Evil: Mercenaries for the Nintendo 3DS. According to Japanese gaming bible Famitsu, the game is about 70 percent complete, but, much more importantly, Mercenaries will allow you to run and gun: Moving and shooting at the same time has been confirmed, laying to rest one of the chief complaints gamers have had about recent entries in the Resident Evil series.

Mercenaries combines the arcade levels from Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5 and adds brand new modes and well known characters from the series. It will support co-op, too...plus, it's in 3D!

Also: Resident Evil Revelations (pictured above) is about 20 percent complete.

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Konami Announces New Silent Hill

According to horror website Bloody Disgusting, the filmic sequel to Silent Hill will be in 3D. Michael J. Bassett (director of Solomon Kane) is reportedly onboard to both write and direct a film called Silent Hill: Revelation 3D.

Here's the movie's plot description:

The sequel follows heather Mason, along with her father, who have been on the run - always one step ahead of dangerous forces that she doesn't full understand, Now on the eve of her 18th birthday, plagued by horrific nightmares and the disappearance of her father, Heather discovers she's not who she thinks she is. The revelation leads her deeper into a demonic world that threatens to trap her in Silent Hill forever.

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The Future of 3D: Gamemaker or Gimmick?

In the late 70s and early 80s when red-and-green, paper-glasses 3D were briefly popular in the cinemas, there was little doubt that the optical illusion was nothing but a gimmick, no more artful than vibrating seats, Smell-O-Vision or kitschy insurance forms before 1950’s B-grade horror movies telling you that you might have a heart attack if you continue watchign this film.

We watched as Jason Voorhees slashed his way across camp Crystal Lake in a series of too-obvious stabbing motions, our heads aching, our eyes strained by the colorless, two-toned mish-mash, yet we were thrilled at this marvel of modern technology. But it just a trick of the eye. With an emphasis on trick. Few ever thought it would be the wave of the future, to say the least about defining the next generation of storytelling and, eventually, gameplay.

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We learned this morning that upcoming FPS Call of Duty: Black Ops will allow players to game in 3D, right out of the box, and in the interview below, Treyarch studio head Mark Lamia explains how 3D is more than just a gimmick in the game.

"The first thing that stands out is the weapons," Lamia says. "When I have stereoscopic 3D on; when I'm aiming down the sites, I'm actually aiming down the sights. I'm using the iron sights or using the red dot and painting a red dot actually on enemy players... It feels like I'm actually aiming, and using the stereoscopic 3D in a gameplay context. It's not just visually cool," he explains.

Check out the video below for in-depth info on Call of Duty: Black Ops' 3D... and some footage of the game's zombies!

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Five Games Already 3D Equipped (Or Will Be Soon)

Regardless of how you feel about the 3D boom happening at the moment, there’s no denying that it is just getting started. As a recent study conducted by Nielsen and the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing found, interest in 3D, specifically 3D televisions in the home, is definitely on the upswing, especially among…hardcore gamers?

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Gamescom 2010: Killzone 3 Multiplayer Hands-On Preview

We knew next to nothing about the multiplayer action of Killzone 3 going into Gamescom, but now Jake Gaskill uncovered a whole host of details and got some hands-on time to boot.  Here's a taste:

"The one word that consistently came up during our time with Guerilla was “new.” New modes, new vehicles, new melee attacks, new class system, new matchmaking, new squad features, new online tournaments, and so on."

Holy Helghast! For more, be sure to check out Jake's Killzone 3 hands-on preview.

Killzone 3

Guerrilla Games made an impressive show at E3 this year with 3D footage of the next Killzone game, leading to excitement and "gotta-play-it" from all over the gaming world. This morning, the company seems to have launched a beta sign-up for Killzone 3. You can check it out here.

In spite of the site's advice to enter your PSN username to see the rest of the site, it looks like the switch hasn't been flipped yet. Hopefully, the site will be opened up next week, during the German GamesCom show. We'll let you know whether that happens, as well as bringing you all the up-to-the-minute GamesCom news.

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Morning Hangover -- Okay, So Maybe Some G4 Readers Actually Have 3D HDTVs

Gaming in 3D may be the flavor-of-the-month, but it is not without its dangers. Sony yesterday updated its PlayStation 3 terms and conditions to warn users of  "discomfort" such as eye strain, eye fatigue or nausea that could develop while watching 3D images.

From the new terms and conditions:

“SCEA recommends that all viewers take regular breaks while watching 3D video or playing stereoscopic 3D games. The length and frequency of necessary breaks may vary from person to person. Please take breaks that are long enough to allow any feelings of discomfort to subside. If symptoms persist, consult a doctor.

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The Most Awkward Job At CES 2010 (Of Course, It Involves 3D)

You can argue that 3D's a fad, but it's not going anywhere anytime soon. TV manufacturers are seriously pushing consumers towards 3D-enabled TVs the next time they're in the market and Eurogamer reports that Ubisoft, who published Avatar: The Game with optional 3D late last year, is so confident 3D TVs are going to take off soon, everyone may have one in three years.

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Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker

You might not want to read too much into Kojima Productions porting a non-interactive slice from Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater onto 3DS, as a studio spokesperson recently clarified on the Kojima Productions Podcast that Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D: The Naked Sample was just that -- a sample. That doesn't, of course, mean there isn't something bigger coming down the line.

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E3 2010: Animal Crossing 3DS Preview

Reggie Fils-Aime was on Jimmy Fallon's show on Friday night, and revealed the release date of the Nintendo 3DS. "It's coming out next year," Reggie said, while engaged in a game of Donkey Kong Country Returns with Fallon... but was he mistaken?

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Paper Mario 3DS

Nintendo 3DS dominated much of the conversation during E3 2010 and Nintendo happily touted the massive number of third-party games in development for the device, from Kingdom Hearts to Metal Gear Solid. Besides Kid Icarus: Uprising, Nintendo made no formal commitments to 3DS games at their press conference and only confirmed a handful of others later. Nintendo’s explained why.

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E3 2010: Star Fox 64 3DS Screenshot Gallery

Nintendo's 3D handheld the 3DS may get 3D video chat. According to Nintendo's Satoru Iwata speaking to Forbes, "Technologically speaking, a variety of different things are possible with the 3DS, for example, 3-D video chat."

Hmm, it may be technologically possible, but design-wise, it will present a challenge. As Kotaku points out, the camera for the 3DS is on the outside of the device, so it's mysterious how that chat would work.

It's possible, though, definitely. Here's proof: The MasterImage company makes displays that use a similar technology to the 3DS, and they already have 3D video chat. Check out this interview with MasterImage's president. He details how his device already offers 3D chat:

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Capcom has long touted the prowess of its MT Framework engine, the technology backbone behind Resident Evil 5, Lost Planet 2 and even the upcoming Marvel Vs. Capcom 3. It’s capable of producing some gorgeous graphics across multiple platforms, including Nintendo’s upcoming 3DS, based on a new report stemming from Japanese gaming website 4Gamer. Most impressive.

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Mario Kart 3DS Preview

After its amazing showing at E3 2010, everyone is back on the Nintendo train and wondering when they'll be able to get their sweaty palms on a Nintendo 3DS. Well here's a rumor from Computer and Video Games: Nintendo's handheld, no-glasses 3D device will be available to consumers in December, at least in the U.K.

"Early indications to us are that the launch is going to emulate Wii in December," the source told Computer and Video Games. "We've been informed that Nintendo wanted a long run-up to Christmas, but now it's going to be a close-run thing. We're not expecting a lot of stock before next year."

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