Analyst Dale Maunu also says console gamers will get a "fairly consistent" 3D experience, regardless of their 3D compatible TV.
"Insight Media predicted 15-25 console games will be released in 2010 supporting stereoscopic 3D, growing to 35-50 in 2011," reads the Consumer Electronics Daily, reports .
"Maunu also predicted that console gamers will enjoy a fairly consistent 3D experience no matter what 3D compatible TV they use, unlike what computer gamers have found with their monitors."
"That's one benefit of a closed system like what the console makers use, he said, saying nothing can be published for a console unless it's approved by the console makers. "That's how they maintain a consistent user experience," he said."
Disney "see videogames as a natural fit with 3D," and will doubtlessly explore it further what with their younger audiences. EA and Take-Two avoided handing over specifics on their own 3D ambitions, when the publication sought them.
As many as 15 to 25 3D titles this year? We're yet to be fully convinced by all this motion tech from Project Natal and the PlayStation Arc yet... though Sony has third dimensional support on the commercial brain for this year - patching it in for PlayStation 3.
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Analysts predicts "15-25" 3D titles in 2010, grows to "35-50" for 2011
10 February 2010 | By Simon Priest