Posts Tagged ‘3D’
Peep the new Wrath of the Titans trailer! [VIDEO]
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 February 2012 07:52 Written by LoganDX Thursday, 23 February 2012 07:52
Perseus is back to feel the wrath of those nasty Titans! 10 years after he turned the Kraken into chum, the son of Zeus is called back into action. As he tries to live the good life as a single parent, the Gods are feuding. Their power and control is waning as the puny humans turn their backs on the petulant deities. As that happens, the chains keeping Kronos, leader of the Titans, and the rest of the Titans locked in the depths of Tartarus are weakening.
Ever the backstabber, Hades makes a deal to deliver Zeus to the Titans. Once they steal the godly powers of Zeus, the Titans unleash hell on Earth! The wanton destruction prompts Perseus to come out of retirement to save not only his ailing father but the world as well. Feel the Wrath on March 30th!
We can only hope they do a much better job of the 3D this time, Clash of the Titans was ridiculed for its poor 3D. If they pull it off, we’ll have the closest thing to a God of War movie! Hit the break and witness the Wrath!
Microsoft Confirms 3D Support in Halo: CE for Xbox 360
Last Updated on Saturday, 27 August 2011 12:04 Written by The Geek Saturday, 27 August 2011 01:30
Microsoft has not been as quick as some other companies to jump on the 3D bandwagon but they have finally confirmed that Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary will be playable in 3D. Joystiq got their hands on a demo at Gamescon in Germany and reports that it only works with the game’s updated graphics mode, as well as the frame rate staying consistent while even in 3D.
Although there are a few games on Xbox 360 that currently support 3D, this will be the first game published my Microsoft that will have 3D support. Epic has also released that the upcoming Gears of War 3 will have 3D support as well which is all good news for you geeks that ran out and have made the jump to a new 3D TV.
Will this 3D fad continue? Have enough people made the jump already to make it worthwhile for the gaming industry to start making this a norm? Sound off in the comments after the jump.
Sprint CTIA News
Last Updated on Sunday, 24 April 2011 11:19 Written by amoakopoku Sunday, 20 March 2011 03:00
Well looks like BGR got the big news about Sprint’s planned announcements before Sprint got the chance to announce them at this year CTIA. According to BGR, Sprint will announce three new devices, the HTC EVO 3D, HTC EVO View 4G, and the Samsung Rant 3.
The HTC Evo 3D might be Sprint’s new flagship device. In my opinion, HTC has done well with their hardware working with Android software and their carriers. The dual-core CPU is to be the new default in the Smartphone market and HTC has not missed a beat. The camera is only a 5-megapixel compared to the HTC Droid Incredible that is 8-megapixel but I would say that it is really more of a want then a need for this phone. The front-facing camera put this HTC phone in the market to match Apple and Samsung related phones with their front-facing cameras. The ability to have HDMI out seems to be a trend that is catching on but I would like to have HDMI output more on tablets then on my phone. The Blockbuster 3D on demand app seems to have promise but it would of been a little better if it was Netflix but beggars can’t be choosers. Read more for more pics and info…
Transformer 3D Glasses For The Kiddies!
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 February 2011 10:23 Written by The Geek Wednesday, 23 February 2011 01:30
We have had the chance to check out many different 3D glasses and have stumbled upon a special pair that we wish would fit our huge geek heads. Hasbro has came up with a great idea to go with the release of Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon. They are releasing a special branded pair of 3D glasses for the kidos out there. The glasses themselves fit over a normal pair of Real-3D glasses which will make them usable at most theaters. They will come in two different forms be it Optimus Prime or Bumblebee depending on your flavor. Plan on dishing out an additional $10 bucks for these limited time glasses. Sizes are a little small for you adult Transformer fans so you will have to stick with your normal pair (or check out our review of the Oakley HDO-3D’s.