Sony will release the first four downloadable stereoscopic 3D videogames for the PC June 10, a day after the studio makes a major 3D media presentation at its studios in Culver City, Ca.
The games –“Mr. Pain,” “Star Strike HD,” “WipEout HD” at $8.75 – $19.75 each, and “MotorStorm2″ as a free trial version — will be available from the PlayStation Store only in Japan initially, along with 3D version upgrades for customers who already have the standard versions of these games, according to various reports of the announcement in Japan.
Sony provided a 3D software upgrade in April to allow the play of stereoscopic games on the PS3, with a another upgrade expected soon to allow the play of 3D Blu-ray movies on the game machine.
— By Scott Hettrick