Nintendo of Europe head honcho Satoru Shibata has just finished the latest Nintendo Direct segment (after not working for ages)- with this latest installment focusing entirely on Nintendo’s 3DS handheld (After all, the last one was dedicated to the Wii U). Here are the juicy tidbits and saucy stories:
First off, Europe is receiving the limited edition Pikachu Nintendo 3DS XL that was released in Japan last month, although Satoru Shibata stressed that it would be in limited numbers.
Next, LEVEL-5’s “Guild 01” compilation game is making its way to Europe this year, but will be broken up into parts. The first part, “Liberation Maiden” is available now, while “Aero Porter” will be made available in November and “Crimson Shroud” in December. Only “Rental Bukiya de Omasse” won’t be released.
“Pullblox” is also receiving a sequel, known as “Fallblox”, which will be released later this year. Pullblox will also be receiving a discount on the eShop for a brief time period.
For previously announced games (and the new ones announced today), here is the current release schedule:
Available in October:
– Hana Samurai – Art of the Sword (11th October)
– Pokémon AR Searcher (12th October)
– Fallblox (new Pullblox sequel. Date TBC)
– Pokédex 3D Pro (8th November)
– New Style Boutique (16th November)
– Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward
– Hydroventure: Spin Cycle
– Paper Mario: Sticker Star (7th December)
– Nano Assault EX
– Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked
– The Denpa Men
Super Mario 3D Land, Mario Kart 7, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D and Starfox 64 3D will be available to buy from the eShop at the end of the presentation.
Anything there catch your fancy?