Namco-Bandai has announced new games for both the Soul series and the Ace Combat series at today’s “Step Up Dubai” event. Soul Calibur V will launch for the Xbox 360 and the PS3 in 2012.
In more Shigeru Miyamoto news: Mario 3DS. Speaking in London today like in the previous article, Miyamoto has described the upcoming Mario title for the 3DS as a cross between Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Galaxy. There’s a little Super Mario Bros. 3 thrown in there too due to his official announcement of the beloved Raccoon Suit.
It’s been awhile since we’ve seen a Mega Man Legends game. Part 2 came out on the PS1 way back in 2000. Well Capcom is bringing it back as a downloadable title on the 3DS and the fans can help make it.
Nintendo 3DS users in North America have reported crashes just two days after the device’s release.
Haven’t gotten your hands on a Nintendo 3DS yet? Not to gloat or anything, but I’ve decided to show you just what is inside the retail packaging. Enjoy!
The 3DS isn’t out yet, but Nintendo has reasons to believe that it is already twice as successful as the Wii. Colin Sebastian of Lazard Capital Markets has seen Nintendo’s data and points to the U.S. preorders as doubling that of the Wii’s when it launched.
The 3DS is nearing its Japan’s launch date, and we are a little over a month away from being graced by its 3-D presence as well on March 27. As such Nintendo saw fit to reveal it’s full launch day lineup along with the official price of $39.99 for first-party games. Here’s what we can expect.
In addition to hardware price and date, a slew of games were previewed in a preview trailer. See for yourself:
Nintendo’s press conference last night was a cornucopia of information surrounding the 3DS, and here’s another piece of announcement.