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Do you live in Japan? Are you a member of Club Nintendo? If the answer to both of these questions is “yes”, then you may want to think about purchasing a giant 3DS AR Card for 200 coins. The front of the card will let you bring a giant Mii to life while the back features the Mario AR Card to create a giant Mario. The card measures in at 73cm x 46cm. Nintendo will officially release the cards on July 1.

Thanks to Thomas N for the tip!


We know that the 3DS sold around 460,000 units in March – that’s in the US, of course. What about the software, though? Which was the best-selling title at launch? While the 3DS is very early on in its lifecycle, it’s encouraging to see that Super Street Fighter IV 3D, a game that wasn’t released by Nintendo, sold the most in March.

1. Super Street Fighter IV 3D
2. PilotWings Resort
3. LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
4. Rayman 3D
5. Tom Clancy Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars
6. Super Monkey Ball 3D
7. nintendogs + cats: Golden Retriever & New Friends
8. Ridge Racer 3D
9. Steel Diver
10. nintendogs + cats: French Bulldog & New Friends


Much to the delight of Zelda fans, Nintendo released a number of new Ocarina of Time 3D screenshots last night. And just like the last few image batches, a number of comparison photos have already been created. So, what do you think? Are you pleased with the graphical improvements?


Cubic Ninja videos

Posted on 6 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, Videos | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Pokémon Games Sell Nearly 2.5 Million in Nintendo’s Best March in U.S. History for Portable Hardware Business

The new Nintendo 3DS™ system combined with the Nintendo DS™ family of systems to make last month the best-selling March in U.S. history for Nintendo’s portable hardware business, according to the independent NPD Group, which tracks video game sales in the United States.

After only one week on sale following its March 27 launch, Nintendo 3DS sold just shy of 400,000 units. Propelled by sales of more than 1.3 million Pokémon™ White Version games and more than 1.1 million Pokémon™ Black Version games, the Nintendo DS family of systems topped all home and portable video game systems in March, with more than 460,000 sold.

01.Pokemon White Version (NDS) Nintendo
02. Pokemon Black Version (NDS) Nintendo

03. Homefront (360, PS3, PC) THQ
04. Dragon Age II (360, PS3, PC)** Electronic Arts
05. Call of Duty: Black Ops (360, PS3, NDS, Wii, PC)** Activision Blizzard
06.Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (Wii, 360, NDS, PS3, 3DS, PSP, PC) LucasArts

07. Crysis 2 (360, PS3, PC) Electronic Arts
08. NBA 2K11 (360, PS3, PS2, Wii, PSP, PC) Take 2 Interactive
09. MLB 11: The Show (PS3, PSP, PS2) Sony
10. Fight Night Champion (360, PS3) Electronic Arts


Shin’en first 3DS game revealed

Posted on 6 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News | 0 comments | 0 Likes

After a few months full of teases, Shin’en’s first 3DS game has been revealed. Majesco Entertainment announced Nano Assault, which seems to build off of the success that Nanostray 1 and 2 experienced on the DS. You can check out a bunch of details about the game below, and expect more news soon. We’ll have more Shin’en goodness on Friday, and an interview with the company about Nano Assault in the near future.

EDISON, N.J., April 14, 2011 – Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, announced today Nano Assault™ for the system is in development for an expected release this fall. Developed by Shin’en, this fast-paced shooter leaps off the screen with stunning 3D graphics that resemble electron microscope imagery. It’s within this dangerous microscopic world that players will navigate a Nanite ship through a cellular system, maneuvering through alien cell clusters, fighting off infections, and analyzing and destroying the virus’ core to ultimately save humanity.

“Nano Assault’s inspired visual style looks fantastic and is perfectly suited for 3D,” said Jesse Sutton, Chief Executive Officer, Majesco Entertainment. “The game is a fresh approach to the classic shooter, featuring a unique theme, solid depth of play and tight controls. I think this game is going to surprise a lot of people.”