Following the initial reveal of Microsoft's new motion and speech-control gaming tech at E3 2009 – then known to us as Project Natal and since re-named Microsoft Kinect – there have been endless questions from gamers and the gaming development community about how this new form of game control technology might (or might not) improve videogames.
50 per cent of all console games will be produced in 3D by 2012, according to French publisher Ubisoft.
Display and 3D specialist market research company Insight Media has published its latest report on the state of the 3D gaming market, predicting that there will be over 40 million 3D-capable displays in gamers homes' worldwide by 2014.
Guest blogPeople may not realise that it will be games that will lead the march of 3D into our homes
In DepthBlitz Games has been showing off its 'proper 3D' gaming tech at this week's Develop conference in Brighton, with Blitz co-founder revealing that the first game to use the tech will be out in August.