The 3DS is finally get a shot of games. Nintendo’s next-gen 3D gaming handheld has so far not seen the sort of success as its predecessors. It’s not a mystery why, though. There aren’t many games worth buying. But that’s sort of slated to change early next year.
Nintendo just issued a press release detailing the release schedule of upcoming 3DS games. The entire list is after the jump but Kid Icarus: Uprising is the only Nintendo title on the list. Others like Luigi’s Mansion 2 apparently isn’t ready despite being a big part of Nintendo’s showing at E3 last June. Other highlights include Resident Evil Revelations (Feb. 7), Metal Gear Solid 3D (Q1), and Tekken 3D Prime Edition (February). Will these titles cause the 3DS to instant skyrocket to success? Probably not, but gamers will finally have something other than Zelda and Mario Kart to play.
|2K Play||Nicktoons MLB 3D||March|
|Capcom||Resident Evil® Revelations||Feb. 7|
|Konami DigitalEntertainment, Inc.||METAL GEAR SOLID® 3D Snake Eater||Q1|
|Pro Evolution Soccer 2012||January|
|NAMCO BANDAIGames America Inc.||TEKKEN 3D Prime Edition™||February|
|Tales of the Abyss®||Feb. 14|
|Nintendo||Kid Icarus: Uprising||March 23|
|Published by SEGA® of America||Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games™||Feb. 14|
|SEGA® of America||CRUSH™3D||Q1|
|Ubisoft||NCIS The Video Game (Based on the TV Series)||March 6|
|Horses 3D||March 6|
Nintendo, a technology company widely known for its line of game consoles, was actually founded in 1889 by Fusajiro Yamauchi. It began as a Card Game company and evolved into one of the largest Japanese companies with a Market Capitalization of over $85 billion. It’s most recent game console, the Wii, has been one of the most difficult consumer devices to buy, because of such high demand. Nintendo of America is consistently amazed and humbled by the passion and...