There are going to be games that are appropriate, just like there are movies appropriate for 3D and movies that aren't. It just doesn't make sense doing rom-coms in 3D.
The fact we can do it technically means publishers are going to really support it. Also, for the first time in technology there's a common standard across all the TV manufacturers, so that's good news - it means we can move towards it quicker than Blu-ray.
Since we last spoke my learning curve with 3D has just gone exponential in terms of understanding.
We're pleased to say we're going to make some announcements on 3D very soon.
If that's the future, let's go all the way back to the past - and the Dreamcast games that are coming to XBLA. Do you have other formats from the past you're maybe bringing onto those platforms?
Not for the moment. You're talking about Saturn?
No we're going to focus on Dreamcast, there's a significant catalogue there. Once we're done with that we'll see.
We have talked about it but I think what we did with the Genesis/Mega Drive games was opened the floodgates, particularly on VC it worked very well and then lately what we've done on XBL and PSN. It sold phenomenally well, but it was a little fragmented.
What we want to do with Dreamcast is we want to refocus people on the console and make it more of a campaign, more defined, more understood.
So confusing it by putting other things in we thought probably wouldn't be the right thing. And obviously Dreamcast was huge for the fans so we'll focus on that first.