Consumers decide how relevant it is. It’s fair to say consumers have decided it’s not hugely important at this time.
No 3D Support for The Last Of Us
It has been confirmed that there will be no 3D support for Naughty Dog’s upcoming title, The Last of Us.
If you’re one of those people that can go cross eyed to create the effect of a 3D image, these screenshots of Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3DS will be a lot better for you. Either way, the game is looking great for a handheld. The game is coming out exclusively on Nintendo 3DS in late February for North America and early March for Europe and Japan.
Louvre Orders 5,000 Nintendo 3DS Handhelds
The famous Louvre museum in Paris has placed an order of 5,000 Nintendo 3DS handhelds. No, they’re not for the Mona Lisa to play with.
Here’s the final box art for Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D. The Nintendo 3DS game is due out in March and is a 3D version of the PS2 classic, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. The box art features the protagonist, Naked Snake and his mentor The Boss. If you have the 3D handheld, this game is certainly one to pick up!
The price reduction is part of a planned lifecycle management program. As we’ve seen more consumers become interested in 3D, we wanted to open the monitor up to a larger demographic at a lower price point as the holidays draw near.
MGS: Snake Eater 3DS Gets Japanese Release Date
The 3D iteration of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater releasing for the Nintendo 3DS has finally been given a release date for Japan. The game was announced over a year ago at E3 2010, but the news is finally here!
This is an interesting set of screenshots. A user over at the Naughty Dog forums wanted to compare the multiplayer models for Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception.
Believe it or not, the textures and character modelling for Uncharted’s second entry looks far superior in multiplayer. Whilst the same can not be said about the game’s singleplayer, but could the inclusion of 3D have lowered the graphical quality?
Uncharted 2 on the left, Uncharted 3 on the right.