The world of emulators is really fantastic, being basically an ‘extra’ that the PC Gaming world gets, when ‘devs’ manage to take the console games of the past to this side of the barricade.
Well, this time it was the most popular emulator on PlayStation 3 to get a treat.
The PS3 emulator 'RPCS3' already supports 3D games! (Finally!)
RPCS3 now supports PlayStation 3D!
Update to the latest version, turn 3D mode ON and put on your 3D glasses! pic.twitter.com/nQrV25lfpH
– RPCS3 (@ rpcs3) March 7, 2020
So, according to a recent announcement by the team behind the RPCS3 emulator (available for Windows, Linux and BSD), we now have support for PlayStation 3D games.
And now question, what are PlayStation 3 3D games?
Basically, we are talking about support for games with 3D Mode, to be played with 3D glasses. It's a short list, where we can find DOOM 3 BFG, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Super Stardust HD.
However, we have to say that at the moment we only support 3D Anaglyph, Stereo 3D support is in the plans, but it still needs some development.
Furthermore, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
(Rumor) PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X at € 500? No … It will be more!
Much has been said about the specifications, design and launch games for the new generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft. In fact, some information regarding the existence of two new generation models for each manufacturer has been made public… But do you know why this will happen? Is that the most equipped models will hit the market at an abusive price!
So, if you happen to be planning to buy a new generation console, it might be a good idea to prepare yourself to spend real money. In addition to needing a new TV to access 100% of the potential of the new hardware. Both the new PS5 and the new Xbox Series are expected to cost a little more than expected.
In fact, what is the most important ‘thing’ when launching a new generation of consoles? The performance, the games? No … It's the price!
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