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Hello Newgrounders! If you haven't read/heard of the new 3DS news, here it is! Some 3DS games will be coming out in November Redisent Evil: Revelations, it's confirmed that Resident Evil will have a new online expierence. The multiplayer will support StreetPass aswel, and the "Raid Mode" is co-op gameplay with two players. The game has a release date set for the 27th January in Europe and 7th February in America. This also alows the use of the Slider Pad, which woulg available in America before 7th February and a possible release in Europe before the game comes out. (hopefully) It was rumored from the development side that the game made it to reach a 4GB game card, and with that said, the game could be bigger than we expected.
Super Mario 3D Land, I hope all of you have pre-ordered this handsome already. Not many days are left for the amazing re-creating of all the Super Mario's we've seen so far. There's some info about the two Assist Blocks in the game. One will grant you an invincible Tanooki suit after losing a game 5 times in a row. The other, P-Wing, will teleport you to the flag pole after you desperatly died 10 times in a row. These assits are still optional, however. The game will be here at 13th November in the US and 18th Nov. in Europe, in case you didn't know yet.
Sonic Generations is running its way to North America on November 1st 2011, Europe on November 4th 2011, and Japan on December 1st, 2011. In this game, a strange 'time hole' appears, sucking everyone in and scattering them across time. As Sonic searches for his friends, he ends up meeting his old self, Classic Sonic. Both Modern and Classic Sonic decide to collaborate and race through their history in order to save their friends and fix the time stream. The game features levels derived from 20 years of Sonic history, spreading across three eras: Classic, Dreamcast and Modern, which are played as either Classic Sonic or Modern Sonic. Classic Sonic's levels are strictly two dimensional side scrolling stages, using classic moves like the Spin Attack and Spin Dash, while Modern Sonic's levels follow a gameplay style similar to more recent entries in the series, with the console versions using the 2D/3D style gameplay of Sonic Unleashed and Sonic Colors, featuring homing attacks, boosting, speed drift and the quick step. The 3DS version will use the 2D gameplay of the Sonic Rush series. As well as classic power-ups such as Invincibility and Speed Shoes, certain levels have unique power-ups, such as skateboards in City Escape and Wisp powers in Planet Wisp. Each zone consists of a main act for each Sonic, as well as several side-missions with various challenges such as beating an opponent to the goal. Similar to Sonic Colors, each main level contains various Red Star Rings which unlock various content. Unlike the console versions, the 3DS version will feature special stages (based on the ones from Sonic Heroes) and a multiplayer versus mode, and the majority of stages included will be different from those of the console versions. The development team is also currently considering the inclusion of stages from previous handheld Sonic titles in the 3DS version.
Monster Hunter Tri G, if you were left out with the awesome bundle pack announcement a few week agos, the bundle will include the all new Ice White 3DS (coming out 3rd of November in Japan) with the Monster Hunter signica on it and the Slide Pad. No information about regional release dates yet. The only thing that was given through lately is the (sad) news of lack for online multiplayer. This has certainly turned down a lot of minds. With the other Monster Hunter 4 coming shortly after Tri G, what are the hopes left for this game?
Harvest Moon: The Land's Origins, the game that has been mentioned for a while now has been set to release in an early 2012 in Japan. In this particular version, you will be allowed to build homes and still have your farm and characters to live in like the past few Harvest games.
Tales of the Abyss, release details said the game will be released on the 25th of November in Europe and 14 February in the US.
More games are on the way, with the bunch of screenshots we've been getting. Things that may interest you are Heroes of Ruin, Tetris: Axis and Time Travelers
Onto the recent story of a small, but informing, conference this Friday in Japan;
We will be informed about the November update coming the 4th in Europe, and what will conclude is still the say what I mentioned in my TGS 2011 report blog:
-A new StreetPass game (possibly a sequel to the StreetPass quest)
-3D Video Recording
-New improvements to the StreetPass Mii Plaza
-A newly designed/improved eShop
When however Nintendo will realise the communication needs to be improved with out ACTUAL friends in our Friends List, is clueless.
I can't wait for these! xD
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