Nintendo 3DS: The Games


The 3DS already appears to have a ton of support behind it, and not just from Nintendo. Besides new titles such as Kid Icarus and remakes including Star Fox 64, a slew of third-party games are coming from companies including Atlus, Capcom, and EA. At this point I already want one, bad.

I also noticed Marvelous will be releasing a game called BOKUJYOUMONOGATARI 3D. I need to find out more about this game, because the name alone makes it the most awesome game, ever.

The full list, below:

Nintendo

Animal Crossing
Kid Icarus: Uprising
Mario Kart
Nintendogs + Cats
Paper Mario
Pilotwings Resort
Star Fox 64 3D
Steel Diver

Activision

DJ Hero 3D

AQ Interactive

Cubic Ninja

Atlus

Etrian Odyssey
Shin Megami Tensei:
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona

Capcom

Resident Evil: Revelations
Super Street Fighter IV 3D

EA

FIFA Soccer
Madden NFL
The Sims 3
Gameloft

Asphalt GT

Harmonix

(Untitled Music Game)

Hudson

Bomberman
Deca Sports
Kororinpa

Konami

(Untitled Baseball Game)
Contra
Frogger
Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D “The Naked Sample”
Pro Evo

Level 5

Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle

Majesco

BloodRayne: the Shroud
A Boy and His Blob
Face Racers: Photo Finish
Lion’s Pride: Adventures on the Serengeti
Martha Stewart
WonderWorld Amusement Park

Marvelous

BOKUJYOUMONOGATARI 3D

Namco Bandai

Dragon Ball
Gundam
Pac-Man & Galaga
Ridge Racer
Super Robot Wars

Rocket

Crash City GP
Super Robo

SEGA

Sonic the Hedgehog
Super Monkey Ball

Square Enix

Codename: Chocobo Rcing 3D
Dragon Quest
Final Fantasy
Kingdom Hearts

Take-Two

Carnival Games

Tecmo Koei

Dead or Alive 3D
Dynasty Warriors
Ninja Gaiden
Samurai Warriors 3D

Tomy

Lovely Lisa 3D
Naruto Shippuden Action

THQ

de Blob 2
Kung Fu Panda: Kaboom of Doom
Marvel Super Hero Squad Infinity Gauntlet
The Penguins of Madagascar
Puss N Boots
Saints Row: Drive By

Ubisoft

Assassin’s Creed: Lost Legacy
Battle of Giants: Dinosaur Strike
Driver Renegade
Hollywood 61
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory

Warner Bros.
Batman
LEGO

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