The Sony press conference at E3 is going on at the moment (or wrapping up; it's hard to keep track!) and the information is starting to dribble in. We'll have more comprehensive information soon once Dan and Steve are back, but in the meantime if you can't wait, here's the official press release
. It's clear that Sony are betting heavily on the current consumer interest in 3D technologies as their Big Deal for the show appears to be stereoscopic 3D:
SCEE today announced that some of the company’s biggest titles will be available to consumers this year in stereoscopic 3D, including MotorStorm®: Apocalypse, Killzone®3, The Sly Raccoon Collection and Gran Turismo®5. Popular franchises from the publishing community will also make their way into consumer homes in stereoscopic 3D on PlayStation 3, such as Crysis 2 from Electronic Arts, Mortal Kombat 9 from Warner Brothers, Ubisoft’s Shaun White Skateboarding and Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, as well as Tron 2: Evolution The Game from Disney. Unlike any other console on the market today, all 35.7 million PS3 units globally are capable of playing stereoscopic 3D games as a result of a recent firmware update. Four PS3 titles offering stereoscopic gaming experiences are currently available for download from the PlayStation Network including PAIN, MotorStorm® Pacific Rift, Super Stardust™ HD and WipEout® HD. The PS3 system will make stereoscopic 3D Blu-ray Disc movie support available later this year.
The Australian release date for the PlayStation Move has also been confirmed as September 16th.