3D and Move for 'Child of Eden' on PS3

Child of Eden is a rhythm action game that utilizes rail shooting gameplay. It’s mix of dazzling visuals and ethereal music made it a unique entry in to the world of games.

The Kinect-capable Xbox 360 version of Child of Eden was released a few months ago and for it was announced long before that the Move-capable PS3 version will be available September 27th.

In a surprise announced, Ubisoft stated today that not only will the PS3 version be playable with Move, it will include the ability to play the game in stereoscopic 3D.

The combination of 3D with the already strong visuals of Child of Eden is an exciting prospect. Look for it next month.

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