Capcom has announced that Resident Evil 5 for PC will launch on 18th September in Europe and that it incorporates GeForce 3D Vision technology.

That means that PC owners who have the requisite glasses can enjoy the survival horror game in stereoscopic 3D, including cut-scenes.

What's more, NVIDIA has released a Resident Evil 5 3D stereo benchmark tool, which measures the performance of your system and allows you to get a sense of how GeForce 3D Vision works if you have the right hardware.

Resident Evil 5 came out on PS3 and Xbox 360 earlier this year and won respectable acclaim, and they still haven't taken the poster off the phone booth I walk past on the way to work, which probably explains the monster sales.

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