Those are some pretty significant titles to be coming out of the chute with 3D. Even though this is a nascent technology with little or no base that can actually display the games, it's sure to raise eyebrows on the premium end of the market. Nintendo's no-glasses-required 3DS handheld will be bigger news, though, I think.Sony, which is betting big on 3-D with television sets and Blu-ray players, announced a host of upcoming video games for its PlayStation 3 console Tuesday that will have three-dimensional capability, including MLB 10 The Show, Killzone 3, Gran Turismo 5 and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.
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Two months earlier, a fraction of the price, and a holiday catalog three times the size of Kinect. That's a pretty decisive competitive swipe, IMHO, except for the dorky looking controllersThe company also announced that its Move motion controller, which resembles a magic wand, will be available on Sept. 19 for $49. The controller is similar to Nintendo's Wii in that it encourages physical interaction with games rather than button pressing. Fifteen titles will be available at launch with up to 40 scheduled for release through the holiday season, Sony said. First-party titles produced by Sony itself will be priced at $39.
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