Monday, 17th January 2011
In Japan Entertainment News,
More 3DS games for Japan launch
Nintendo has announced details of its new 3DS titles that will be revealed at the forthcoming Japanese launch of the console.
It is expected that gamers opting for the new 3D version of the popular handheld machine will be able to choose from a selection of games including Ridge Racer, Professor Layton, Nintendogs and Cats, Super Street Fighter IV 3D and Pro Evolution 3D Soccer.
All of these titles will be available on the launch day of February 26th but there will also be a flurry of new release in the following weeks.
According to Play.tm, these are set to include Super Monkey Ball 3D, Splinter Cell 3D, Gundam: The 3D Battle, Dead or Alive Dimensions and Rabbids Time Travel.
In addition, Pro Baseball Famisuta 2011 and Blazblue Continuum Shift II also available before the end of the month.
Last month, Nintendo warned parents that the new 3DS should not be used by children aged under six.
Written by Mark Smith.
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