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More About the Upcoming Star Trek and it Being 3D Vision Ready

June 17th, 2012 · 6 Comments · Stereo 3D Games

Back in April there was some interesting information that the upcoming Star Trek game in the form of a third-person shooter will be 3D Vision Ready and now there is some more information that you might find interesting. The good news is that the game has been planned with stereoscopic 3D support from the start, so it should really be a really nice, it is a shame that we’ll have wait until 2013 for the game to come out…

“We’ve partnered with NVIDIA using their 3D Vision technology to bring the entire world to life in 3D, and more importantly the game has been made to be 3D from day one. The team sat there at Digital Extremes going, ‘how do we create a game with 3D in mind, so that the 3D is adding to the experience, bringing fans into the world of Star Trek?’ We sat down with the NVIDIA team and Digital Extremes development team and said, ‘what can we do to add 3D in, not just to say w’ve done it in 3D?’, but the matter of the fact is that we want to be able to enhance the experience, so when consumers play the game they feel much further and deeper into the Star Trek universe.”

On top of being 3D Vision Ready, the upcoming Star Trek game will also support DirectX 11, will be using tessellation and have support for more realistic physics relying on Nvidia’s PhysX technology. Things look promising, but lets us wait and see what we’ll be the thing you get when the game finally comes out…

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The New Star Trek Game Will Apparently be 3D Vision Ready

April 19th, 2012 · 2 Comments · Stereo 3D Games

The new Star Trek game that is expected to be released sometime in Q1 2013, right in time for the next Star Trek movie in 3D, will apparently support stereoscopic 3D as well. More specifically the game would be 3D Vision ready as the demonstration made from Namco Bandai at its Global Gamers Day suggests, as the game has been demonstrated running with 3D Vision. And apparently the new game will be really something worth playing in the form of a FPS based in the vast Star Trek universe. The good news is that it will not be some quickly made excuse just taking advantage of the Star Trek name intended just to promote the movie, but an interesting and fun to play game with original story connected with both the previous and the new movies, but we’ll probably have to wait until E3 for more information. Aside from the PC version that will probably be 3D Vision ready, the new Star Trek game will also be available for PS3 and Xbox 360 consoles, however we are yet to learn if these will also support stereo 3D or not.

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