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    Ubisoft Teams up with Panasonic TVs to Integrate 3D Games Inside the Box

    Panasonic has teamed up with Ubisoft to bring their games to 3D capable HDTVs, no console required. They’re in the early stages of development, and there’s no word yet on what sort of controller they’ll use or what sets will feature the games, but the company expects Shaun White Snowboarding and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon to be the first titles. This could set a serious precedent to the future of gaming and television manufacturing.

    The writing has been on the wall with built-in gaming.  We’ve already scene TV giants like Samsung and Vizio begin to integrate the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Youtube into their latest TV offerings.  Gaming is a natural progression, and the evolution of the all-in-one entertainment center.

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