E3 2010: Motorstorm Apocalypse E3 Trailer »

It's the end of the world! Perfect time to go racing, especially if it's anything like MotorStorm Apocalypse. Sterling McGarvey got some hands-on time with the game, and gushed:

"It’s got the same white-knuckle racing as past games, but the urban chaos (factored in with 3D, if you’ve got the setup) adds a new layer of intensity."

If you approve of new layers of intensity, check out our E3 2010: MotorStorm Apocalypse preview.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time goes 3D

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword wasn't the only Zelda announcement at this year's E3. Nintendo of America's twitter account confirmed rumors that The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time would be the next game to go 3D on Nintendo's new handheld, the 3DS.

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DJ Hero 3D

Do you want to be a very small 3D DJ? Here's your chance! Patrick Klepek got his hands on DJ Hero 3D for the Nintendo 3DS.

Patrick writes:

'First off, the 3D did nothing for me on DJ Hero 3D. It was technically there, but was the most pronounced when the game’s logo appeared at the beginning. After that, my eyes focused on the non-3D touch screen, where the game was asking me to, you know, actually play the game.'

Click here to read our E3 DJ Hero 3D preview!

E3 2010: Star Fox 64 3DS Screenshot Gallery

Whoooa, 3D on a handheld? Is this the future? Nintendo is bringing Star Fox 64, the classic N64 game, to the 3DS and we've got a screenshot gallery to prove it.

Check out this video of Kid Icarus: Uprising shown at E3 2010. After a hiatus of decades, the Olympian makes a stunning return in an original game developed for the new Nintendo 3DS. The wait has been epic, but this footage makes you forget how criminally long Pitt has headlined his own game. Also, be sure to check out our screenshot gallery.


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We have a first look at Ridge Racer 3DS from E3 2010 at our screenshot gallery. Experience racing like never before in 3D on Nintendo's new handheld system!

E3 2010: Ridge Racer 3DS Screenshots

E3 2010: Nintendo 3DS Images

Prepare for Nintendo's new handheld system the Nintendo 3DS revealed at E3 2010! We have an entire screenshot gallery featuring photos of this exciting new console system. And just like the Nintendo 3DS you can enjoy these glorious pictures with no glasses required!

Sony Confirms Premium PSN Service, Details

Sony revealed a ton of 3D and move compatible games at their press conference, including Mortal Kombat, Shaun White Skateboarding and more.

Here are the upcoming 3D titles:

  • The Sly Collection:
  • Gran Turismo 5
  • Crysis 2
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Shaun White Skate bording,
  • Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
  • Tron Evolution
  • NBA 2K11

Some titles will be available for both Move and 3D, including:

  • The Fight: Lights Out
  • EyePet
  • Tumble
  • MLB the Show

Sony Officially Announces Killzone 3

At Sony's E3 press conference this afternoon, Sony revealed that Killzone 3 will be released in February 2011. The game will be compatible with 3D and PlayStation Move.

The trailer showed off at the show revealed jet-packs and jaw dropping graphics. Lucky attendees got to experience in 3D, but even in two dimensions, the graphics and action were truly jaw-dropping: Detailed, huge environments, realistic water, smooth movement and more. This is going to be a huge game.

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At its E3 2010 press conference earlier today, Nintendo announced 3DS versions of some of their best known-franchise, but apparently, the Big N didn't have enough time to let you know that 3DS versions of Mario Kart, PilotWings and Starfox are in the pipe.

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Ubisoft Aiming High With New Toronto Studio

Moments after Nintendo dropped the details on the Nintendo 3DS, Ubisoft revealed that it is working on six games for the console, spanning genres and incorporating some of Ubi's best known franchises, including Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed! Click the cut for the full, official game descriptions:

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At its E3 2010 press conference today, Nintendo detailed their upcoming Nintendo 3DS system. The handheld Nintendo will show off 3D graphics without the use of glasses.

Satoru Iwata showed up to show off the device. Here are the bullet-points:

  • It has a wider top screen: a 3.5 inch wide display,
  • includes a slider control to choose the degree of 3D, from "none" to "all."
  • Improved graphics capability from the current generation of DS.
  • Will feature a "slide pad" controller.
  • Contains motion and gyro sensors. 
  • Compatible with Nintendo DSi.
  • Two camera lenses on the outside allows you to take photos and view in 3D!
  • Capable of displaying 3D Hollywood movies. No titles yet, but Disney, WB and Dreamworks will have trailers on the thing.
  • WI-fi compatible. No monthly fee for online.

The other day, James Bower, the president of Master Image 3D, stopped by our office to show off his company's cool tech. Basically, Master Image puts 3-dimensions in the palm of your hand, without the need for the silly glasses.

In looking at the Wooo phone that uses Master Image's tech, I immediately thought of Nintendo's 3DS.  While no one will really know what's behind Nintendo's 3D handheld gaming system until their E3 announcement, if I had to guess, I imagine it will look something like Master Image's 3D enabled handheld phone/viewer.

"We're certainly excited by the Nintendo device that's coming out for 3D without glasses. We've seen it and we think it looks great. The technology is similar, and we think our technology can improve upon what's going on there," Bower says.

UPDATE: You can't see the 3D in this video because our cameras (and your monitor) aren't in 3D, but I've seen it, it works, and it's very cool.

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Animal Crossing

Rumor of the morning: One of the first-to-be-announced titles for Nintendo's 3D handheld the Nintendo 3DS will be a version of classic game Animal Crossing to be a launch title for the system.  Word is, Nintendo's been showing off the title to developers as a proof of concept for the 3DS.

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

On Thursday, Sony will drop the first wave of first-party games to support 3D on PlayStation 3. The company also announced they will be releasing a 3D game compatible with the PlayStation Move.

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