Nintendo 3DS Media Explosion, Plus Launch DetailsPosted 7:17 pm on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010 by Ryan Southard
At the Nintendo Conference, the 3DS’ pricing and launch details were finally unveiled. Well, almost. They’ve said that it will launch in Japan in February 26, 2011, and March for Europe and America. The Japanese price for the 3DS will be 25,000 yen, which approximates to $300 in US dollars. However, there is some speculation that it will be $250 for the American release date, but we’ll see.
The handheld is looking to have a godly library of games, with Ninja Gaiden, Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Pilot Wings, Mario Kart, a version of Metal Gear Solid 3, and so many more. You can bet that almost every developer is jumping at the chance to develop for it; oh, and let’s not forget Resident Evil: Revelations, which as you will see in the video is looking to be the top competitor for future dollars.
Before the videos, feel free to peruse a list of some of the games coming to the 3DS:
Samurai Warriors Chronicle, Resident Evil Revelations, Super Street Fighter IV, Dynasty Warriors Musou, Ninja Gaiden, Dead or Alive, Kingdom Hearts 3D, Chocobo Racing 3D, Super Black Bass 3D, Super Monkey Ball, Sonic, Licca-chan 3DS, Animal Crossing, Kid Icarus: Uprising, StarFox 64 3D, Steel Diver, nintendogs + cats, Mario Kart, Pilot Wings Resort, Paper Mario, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Marble Mania, Deca Sporta, Bomberman, Gundam, Super Robot, Dragonball, Pac-Man & Galaga, Ridge Racer, Harvest Moon, Professor Layton and the Mask of the Miracle, Crash-City GP, VS-robo, Class of Heroes 3D x 3D, Combat of Giants Dinosaur 3D, Ghost Recon Tactics, Splinter Cell 3D, and Driver 3D.
Enjoy the montage video. Drool as necessary.
Here’s a video of Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D
Super Street Fighter IV 3D:
Dead or Alive Dimensions:
Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle:
Ryan Southard is a video game enthusiast, dissecting games down to their tiniest details. Whether it’s new or it’s old, as long as it’s awesome, he’ll play it. Follow him on Twitter at @Ryan_Southard