A Sneak Peek Into The New & Upcoming Games On Nintendo 3DS – Part III
In part one and two of “A Sneak Peek Into The New & Upcoming Games On Nintendo 3DS”, we have already shed some light on Citizens of Earth, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3DS, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Fossil Fighters: Frontier, Pokémon Shuffle, IronFall, Story of Seasons, Etrian Mystery Dungeon, Xenoblade Chronicles and SteamWorld Heist.
Here’s the third and the last part of the new and upcoming games on Nintendo 3DS.
The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup
Set to release sometime later this year, The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup will introduce you to a robot that has a dog’s head and a wheel for its limb. While the protagonist appears to be unique and that should entice us, what also excited us is that it is the brainchild of the creator of Conker’s Bad Fur Day. That game was in a different league and although this one will not be in the same category but it can always be in another league.
Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.
Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. is poised to blend in history, fantasy fiction, pop culture and 3D gaming to offer a jumbled up but thrilling experience. Nintendo gamers can hope that the developers of cults like Fire Emblem and Advance Wars don’t blow things over.
Mighty No. 9
Mighty No. 9 doesn’t provide much to be thrilled about. It isn’t an original idea and the eventual gaming experience may not be out of the world. But the idea has generated a lot of interest and the project has raised a lot of funds on Kickstarter, two sufficient reasons to be optimistic about the game.
Treasurenauts has a pretty standard game play but the story will appeal to some. Being marooned on an island and tasked to find a million bucks to get a way back home might not be a great storyline but it will have its takers.
Nintendo is set to announce some exclusive and some original titles for the 3DS this year. Some other games that are releasing in 2015 on the 3DS platform are Hatsune Miku: Project MIRAI, Moon Chronicles, Puzzle and Dragons Z/Puzzle and Dragons: Super Mario Edition, Dragon Quest VII, Gunman Clive 2 and Fire Emblem (2015). Some of these games are already out in Japan and they have been very well received by fans and critics alike.