Sony's Mick Hocking Reckons 3D Can Make Games More Accessible For Newcomers.

The director of Sony's Liverpool studio (the Wipeout guys) stated that 3D technology can make games more natural and inviting to newcomers.

"Doing things like the way we've used Move combined with 3D in Tumble makes a game more natural and more accessible, which will be great for welcoming more people to your games," Hocking said, citing PSN title Tumble as a game utilising 3D space to give players a more reasonable interpretation of spatial awareness.

Sony revealed that there are over 50 3D games in development for the PlayStation 3 earlier in the week. Like it or not, the technology is here to stay.