I was having the same issue on uncharted 3 (old model, 60gb) when I connected the system to my 3d tv. What I did was disconnect the hdmi wire from the system after turning off the system. Then reconnected it, and held down the power button to reset the display settings so I'm prompted to select the screen size and all. After that I was able to get the thing to work!
I just got the PS 3D Monitor. All of the games and movies I have that are 3D work except the Uncharted 3 game.
It shows the "3D blur" but you get the same view in both sides of the glasses. Pressing the top button on the Sony glasses switches between the 2 views like simulview and there is no option for switching from simulview or regular 3D.
Is this a PS3 problem, a monitor problem (acts the same on 2 different sony 3D monitors) or a game patch problem?
I have read post from others that Uncharted 3 works in 3D, but don't mention the Sony 3D monitor.
I would appreciate any suggestions or solutions. This may be a Naughty Dog issue.
Ok now I updated the game to 1.02
I thought that might solve the problem, NOT.
Now there is not even the "3D blur" and "simulvue effect". The game settings are set for stereoscopic, but absolutely no stereoscopic or 3D whatsoever.
If the 3d display settings do no show the first time, try deleting the game in the game data utility (under the game icon) (this wil not delete your save data ) then let it reinstall and the 3d options should show the second time.
Had the same problem but found the solution. Once you've done the thing with the playstation display settings, load the game Uncharted 3 and once at the main menu click square to get to the options, then click Display, then set 3D mode to Stereoscopic. Done.
I had the same prob but figured it out. What you need to do is go to display settings, select automatic 1080p etc, after that Ps3 will ask you that you have a 3d Tv and how many inces do you want your game to be in. Select your size, then play U3, go to options and say yes to 3d, then select any of the chapters and you'll see some parts of bodies coming out and guns etc...
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