The Top 3D Games Every Child Should Play

4 Great 3D Games for Children and Teens

Many games nowadays have 3D options, but how can you tell which ones are really good? In this article, we will take a look at four of the best-reviewed games with 3D options suitable for any kid or teen. These games are well worth the price for any child who is enthusiastic about high-quality 3D action and adventure.

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5 will get your kids ready for the roads. This PS3 title is a perfect racing game that incorporates Stereoscopic-3D features. This game was developed by Sony and Polyphony Digital and it came out in 2013. It is still one of the most popular games for the PS3. Kids who really have a need for speed can safely get their aggression out in this title, since it is rated E for Everyone. With over 1,000 cars to try out, and dozens of locations to race through, this game will keep your kids occupied for a long time.

Super Mario Games

The Super Mario series has released a plethora of 3D titles suitable for children. One of the more famous titles is Super Mario 3D World, which was released in 2013 for the Wii U. This game has received nothing but praise from the video game community. Players get to take on the roles of Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Toad in this wild adventure to defeat Bowser. The various levels in this title interestingly incorporate 2D side-scrolling gameplay.

Super Mario 3D Land is another great title for kids. This was also developed by Nintendo, but it was released for the Nintendo 3DS. Much like Super Mario 3D World, this game has received great acclaim from the gaming community. There are over 90 levels to go through as Mario in this combination of 2D and free-world roaming gameplay. Currently, this is one of the highest-grossing video games for the portable Nintendo 3DS, and it is a perfect title for children who need something to keep them occupied on a long car ride.

Batman: Arkham City

Batman: Arkham City may be one of the finest games to incorporate a 3D option. Note, this game is rated T for Teen, so it may only be good for more mature children out there. Although it was released for the Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2011, this game has since been released for all consoles and Microsoft Windows. Players take on the role of Batman who, in this title, is incarcerated in the prison at Arkham City. This game features a great deal of stealth combat with a plethora of Batman’s awesome gadgets at your disposal. For those who are really into high-quality 3D, these graphics are bound to blow you away. There is not wonder many gamers put Batman: Arkham City at the very top of their 3D game lists.