Come March 27th in the States, what few Nintendo 3Dses not pre-ordered will disappear from store shelves with the kind of expected records usually reserved for Apple products. The launch lineup, long a mystery for the West, has finally been detailed by the Big N, and will include three first party titles – Pilotwings Resort, Nintendogs + cats, and Steel Diver. In addition to the Nintendo lineup, over a dozen third-party titles have been announced for the handheld (details after the jump.)
The portable powerhouse will also contain several pre-loaded applications, including six augmented reality cards, a Mii Maker, and Face Raiders, a manipulation tool for photos of the human face. All full release games will cost $40, the system itself selling for $250.
Nintendogs + cats
Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition (Capcom)
The Sims 3 (EA)
Madden NFL Football (EA Sports)
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D (Konami)
Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (LucasArts)
Ridge Racer 3D (Namco Bandai)
Super Monkey Ball 3D (Sega)
Bust-A-Move Universe (Square Enix)
Samurai Warriors: Chronicles (Tecmo Koei)
Asphalt 3D (Ubisoft)
Combat of Giants: Dinosaurs 3D (Ubisoft)
Rayman 3D (Ubisoft)
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Shadow Wars (Ubisoft)
Disappointed to not see the Ocarina of Time remake listed? Or is this still the best launch lineup in recent memory? Dish below, E-Gs!
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This lineup sucks. I’m especially disappointed in the first party games. Nintendo must not give a shit if they aren’t devoting a Mario game to this platform. Hell if the platform was that good I would think a special 25th anniversary Zelda remake in 3D would be a game changer.
This smells like Sony just expecting people to buy it because it has Playstation on it.
I am excited to see the 3rd party support but when Sega has the best game on a Nintendo launch something is seriously wrong.
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