Reviews & Articles

The Last of Us – Pittsburgh Location

The yellow bridge featured in the gameplay demos and screenshots of The Last of Us quickly drew attention when several people speculated that it was one of the many bridges of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In researching the story in The Last of Us for an upcoming in-depth article we did a little remote scouting via Google Maps and uncovered the exact location of...

The Last of Us – To The City

The Last of Us won’t be getting stereoscopic 3D support according to Naughty Dog Community Strategist Eric Monacelli. That’s a real shame, because Uncharted 3 is in our top 10 list. Still, The Last of Us is too good to pass up writing about so we’re putting together a comprehensive look at what we know so far about the game including specific...

100 Stereoscopic 3D PS3 Games Available

100 Stereoscopic 3D PS3 Games Available

May 28, 2012

The release of Super Hang-On, a Sega classic game now available on PSN, brings the total number of stereoscopic 3D games available for the PS3 to 100. It seems like not long ago that Sony announced 3D support for the PS3, so it comes as a surprise that it has taken almost 2 years to acheive this milestone. As you can see from the complete PS3 3D games list...

How We Score 3D Quality

We're sometimes asked how we determine the 3D Review Score used in our PS3 and Xbox 360 3D games lists so we have decided to publish the specific criteria as follows. We have developed the criterial over the last 18 months through the process of scoring the 3D quality of the available stereoscopic 3D console games, changing and tuning the criteria many...

Wipeout HD 3D Photo Gallery

Wipeout HD 3D Photo Gallery

May 18, 2012

Here are a selection of stereoscopic 3D photos that we’ve taken in Wipeout HD using the photo mode in race replays. You can download and display them on your 3DTV to get a feel of how good the 3D really is in Wipeout HD. All photos are in 3D at 720p. Downloading Each image below links to the 3D MPO file. Right-click and Save target as or Save file as (not...