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Topic # 87529 31-Jul-2011 11:37
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Hi all, toying with the idea of getting the new LG 3dtv, but just curious on what content is out there at the moment... a friend has a few blurays etc but just interested on how many 1/2 decent xbox 360 titles support 3d ina  good way. Anyone have any experience with this?  I have a crap load of flybuys so could get a PS3 if that has more 3d titles.... but would prefer not to as I don't really game all that much, just on the odd friday night with mates.

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  Reply # 499993 31-Jul-2011 13:13
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Yeah, have seen that but it doesnt really say what titkles are available for the NZ market which is a pretty key thing...

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  Reply # 500001 31-Jul-2011 13:32
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Sancho: Yeah, have seen that but it doesnt really say what titkles are available for the NZ market which is a pretty key thing...


take that list and search pricespy.co.nz

Easiest option really 

Since there are only 12 Xbox360 games in 3d, won't take long :) 




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  Reply # 500002 31-Jul-2011 13:33
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Then just go to a site like Mighty Ape's and do a search yourself for the titles!




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