The recently held Tokyo game show was an exhibition of 3D racing games, monkeys and gore-splattered shoot-em-ups.
The event was a congregation of game developers and hardware makers who are opt for 3D and motion sensing games offering competition for industry biggies.
The showcasing of devices on focus were Sony's PlayStation Move, offering 3D with special glasses to play 3D games with the aid of wand-shaped motion controllers. Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) stated that 35 titles were offered in order to cope up with late October Japan launch of the device.
It was stated that the much awaited Killzone 3, will be offered for gamers giving them an option to have a better view of 3D gaming in form of oozing bullets and splattering blood through the screen.
SCE executive Hiroshi Kawano stated:"Games will lead the 3D revolution, there is no doubt.” He added that the technology is seemingly becoming populous in case of movies, music and TV.
Meanwhile Sony aims to release an upgrade for PlayStation 3 consoles offering users a right to make proper use of the 3D content on Blu-ray discs soon after a month before September 21 because of the high demand.
The competition is coming in form ofJapan's Nintendo to take down Microsoft and Sony who will be astounded by the motion controlled gaming sense of its hit Wii consoles releasedin 2006and has grown over the sales of both the Xbox and PlayStation3.