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The Pirate Bay opens 3D section

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 07 Sep 2011 16:58 User comments (3)

The Pirate Bay opens 3D section The Pirate Bay has launched a new section in their torrent tracker, one for 3D.
Since its launch, the site has had standard categories like videos, music, games, software, each broken down into more exact portions.

Says the site, via their blog:

We have read on the Internets that there are some new technology called the third dimension. So we added a category in the video section called . . . 3D!


There are about 40 titles in the section now but it has been growing pretty quickly since this morning.

Of course, if you want to watch a 3D film via your TV, you will require a 3D capable player (PS3, Blu-ray, etc) and a 3D HDTV, both of which can get pricey but are expected to fall in price, perhaps significantly, in 2012.

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3 user comments

18.9.2011 3:32

Clearly they think of 3D as little more than a tech demo...otherwise they wouldn't say, "This is a 3D movie"...they would say, "This is an action movie".



29.9.2011 12:58

Originally posted by KillerBug:
Clearly they think of 3D as little more than a tech demo...otherwise they wouldn't say, "This is a 3D movie"...they would say, "This is an action movie".
You mean "this is an action movie in 3D."

314.9.2011 1:26

very cool... is a special player required?

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