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Nintendo Direct announced for tomorrow, will cover early 2014 3DS titles

Posted on November 12, 2013 by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News

Update 2: Bumped to the front page. European presentation confirmed:

Update: Wii U may be getting some love as well, based on the image below Nintendo has posted to its Facebook page:


A new Nintendo Direct will be streamed tomorrow. Nintendo just announced the presentation, and confirmed upcoming 3DS titles slated to arrive through early 2014 will be covered.

You’ll be able to watch the North American broadcast here, though we’ll have it on the site as well. It’s set to begin at 11 AM ET / 8 AM PT.

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  • Kiryu Kyosuke

    Pretty sure Europe fans will be pissed off when they don’t see Shin Megami Tensei IV on the list tomorrow, me included.

    • Shortiloe

      First of all NoE still has to announce the direct for tomorrow ><. :/

      • Kiryu Kyosuke

        “European fans of the Shin Megami Tensei series can now rest easy, as Nintendo of Europe President Satoru Shibata just announced that Atlus’ Shin Megami Tensei IV will be heading to Europe later this year.” That was certainly, amazing news.

        …And then this happened. “Who’s the publisher? Will it get a fancy special edition like the US? It’s a mystery.” A direct slap in the face.

    • AceRuby

      Least y’all have Bravely Default already though…

      • Kiryu Kyosuke

        I’m not supporting Square Fail anymore, they crossed the line when they announced that Bravely Default will have SP drinks to fully enjoy the game, which you’ve to buy with real money or wait 8 hours for the SP to refill, that’s even worse than buying a high priced DLC.

        • AceRuby

          Wow I didn’t know that at all… man Japanese publishers really have been a huge epic fail when it comes to DLC they really don’t have a clue how to really use it at all it seems the proper way.

          • Kiryu Kyosuke

            It’s mostly all about money nowadays anyways. I’m glad that are still a few good publishers left such as Atlus, Xseed and Ghostlight just to name a few that comes the quickest to mind.

            And [email protected] vote, seems like someone is ready to spend money to process through a handheld game.

  • sonicfan1373

    I have a feeling they will briefly talk about the year end 3DS update which is supposed to bring Miiverse to the system.

  • puupekkapaa

    please flipnote 🙁

  • AceRuby

    Well hopefully we will indeed see some Wii U love in this Direct as well or at least have a Wii U specific one soon after this one tomorrow.

  • Europe too and PLEASE bring Miiverse T_T

  • LordDisco

    If they don’t talk about Miiverse on 3DS, this will be terribly disappointing. They’ve been hinting it for too long, and they have seemingly delayed it too much. Let’s hurry and bring these promised NNIDs and Miiverse to 3DS already.

  • D2K

    I know this is going to get downvoted into oblivion, but this needs to be said.

    Another 3DS Nintendo Direct? I’m starting to think that maybe Iwata doesn’t really want to do console gaming anymore. He’s said himself that Nintendo )meaning HIM) cannot compete with Sony and Microsoft. The marketing for the Wii U is horrible. The 1st-party line-up only consists of two genres (platformers and party games.) They don’t feel online is important, cross-game chat is important, unified accounts are important, or universal gamertags are important.

    I can’t even count how many 3DS Nintendo Directs there have been this year. You know how many there have been for the Wii U?


    Just 3 for all of 2013. That is disgusting considering the sales of the Wii U console which leads me to believe that Nintendo doesn’t really seem to care if the system fails. Their whole approach with the Wii U have been “toss this against the wall to see if it sticks.” Everything the do is haphazard and without real thought. Sending out flyers to people telling them the difference between the Wii and Wii U, having Super Mario 3D Word on display at the Pottery Barn? What is that all about? That is a very specific type of store which sells things that have nothing to do with games. if they were trying to attract a new audience or woo back casuals, why use Super Mario 3D World? Despite it being a multiplayer experience, Mario games typically have a high-degree of difficulty and people whom are not gamers would be more turned OFF by that then turned on.

    It would make more sense to put Wii Fit U, Wii Party U and Wii Sports Club there. Titles that anyone can pick up and play and are familiar with.

    Granted, they are stepping up marketing a little bit with a few commercials, but it’s not enough. I’ve seen commercials for the XBOX One and PS4 everywhere. Particularly during events where a lot of people are watching TV like during Sunday football games. Microsoft has even gone through the trouble of having Killer Instinct shown in an episode of Grey’s Anatomy.

    You know how many people saw that? Better still, you know how many people who may not have known there was another Killer Instinct that saw that and now are aware of it and will be picking up an XBOX One next week because they saw that? Nintendo ca do this. This is what marketing is all about. Product placement. Something Iwata’s predecessor the late Hiroshi Yamauchi understood. I mean, Super Mario Bros. 3 was unveiled in a motion picture (The Wizard.) No reason why Nintendo can’t do something like that now.

    They paid Platinum Games to make Bayonetta 2 exclusive on the Wii U, why not pay other developers that may be hurting for cash to make other games Wii U exclusives.

    There is no excuse for Shadow Of The Eternals to ever have NEEDED crowd-funding. much less be canceled because it didn’t get enough.

    Pay Konami the rights to bring Mystical Ninja to the Wii U and a remastered 3D version of the Mystical Ninja 64 for the 3DS.

    IF (and this is a HUGE if) the rumor is true that Sony is working to possibly bring Street Fighter exclusively to the PS4, then pay Capcom to bring Mega-Man exclusively to the Wii U. And while you’re at it, pick up Power Stone and Dream Master was well.

    You are already in tight with Sega. Have them bring Virtual Fighter 6 to the Wii U to combat Sony possible getting Street Fighter and Microsoft having Killer Instinct. And then really hurt people’s feeling by announcing a Shenmue for the Wii U.

    Their had BETTER be a Wii U direct coming to follow this one.

    • R.D. Covenant

      Dude relax, I agree that nintendo needs to step its game up in a big way concerning the Wii U , but that’s a bit extreme. Paying smaller developers is a good idea as is buying one or two franchises, but investing too much without the guarantee of profit could very well put nintendo in financial straights.

      • AceRuby

        People really don’t understand that Nintendo isn’t an electronics company like Microsoft and Sony are they don’t have infinite funds to use like the others they are in the gaming business only.

    • SecretX

      wow! that was alot. i’m guessing they won’t promote anything about the wiiu. untill the other two consoles comes out (ps4 & xbone). because whatever nintendo does they just get troll afterwards from fanboys.