Disney’s G-Force Brings 3-D to Gaming

First the movies went 3-D ‘ now get ready to start wearing glasses to play the latest videogames.

Disney Interactive Studios’ G-Force game, based on the upcoming movie, hits in July and will support 3-D stereoscopic play in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms, reports the U.K. gaming site MCV.

G-Force will be followed by Toy Story Mania, also from Disney, in the fall and Ubisoft’s Avatar game, based on the upcoming James Cameron movie, with 3-D support.

Both Disney games will come with 3-D glasses included ‘ and also will allow viewers to turn off the feature if they choose.

‘I’m very interested to see what the consumer reaction will be. So far the reaction from everyone who has played it has been very, very positive,’ said Graham Hopper, executive VP and GM of Disney Interactive Studios.