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The Nintendo 3DS™ acquires its first million selling title!

Capcom Co., Ltd. (Capcom) is pleased to announce that “Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition” for the Nintendo 3DS has shipped one million units worldwide.

“Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition” adds a visceral 3D depth effect and perspective, a fully featured online matchmaking system, the ability to play against other Nintendo 3DS owners with only one Game Card, and more new content for a refreshing, complete experience. Players can also utilize the system’s Touch Screen to control their character, providing beginner players with a simple control scheme to enjoy the action. These features, possible only on the Nintendo 3DS system, have received high praise from users and have successfully expanded the audience for our fighting games. In capturing both new fans and longtime fans of the series, we were able to reach the one million unit mark for this title.

“Street Fighter” was first released in the arcades in 1987. This was followed up in 1991 with the smash hit “Street Fighter II”, and as of April 12 2011, the series as a whole has shipped over 31 million units on home consoles worldwide. The innovative battle system found in the “Street Fighter” games helped to establish the fighting game genre.

Update: No Ace Attorney either. Sorry!

To be honest, I never put much stock into the Monster Hunter 3DS rumor. If there was going to be a Monster Hunter announcement, it would not take place at an event like Captivate. I’m sure Capcom would save such a significant reveal for Japan.

In any case, all speculation can be put to rest: there was nothing Monster Hunter-related at Captivate. Capcom confirmed that the series was not represented at the company’s event last week.


Nintendo has sent along the boxart for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D with their second-quarter lineup announcement. I’m very curious to know what you guys think about it. Sound off in the comments section!


Roster Includes The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D with Master Quest, Mystery Case Files: Dust to Dust and Wii Play: Motion with Wii Remote Plus

REDMOND, Wash., April 12, 2011 – Nintendo of America today revealed a diverse lineup of new video games set to launch during the second quarter of 2011. Whether they’re playing at home on the Wii™ system, having fun on the go with the Nintendo DS™ family of systems or discovering the new Nintendo 3DS™ hand-held system, consumers will have a wide variety of engaging, inclusive experiences to choose from as Nintendo and its publishing partners unleash more than 50 games in the coming months.

After a week long embargo from Captivate 2011, Capcom will finally be sharing a few announcements tomorrow. It looks like there are at least three reveals coming up. Other than Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D (see the poster above), we don’t know if there will be any other news for Nintendo fans. One announcement will probably be Dragon’s Dogma (which doesn’t look like it will be for a Nintendo system at this point), which leaves us with two other possibilities. However, due to the pixelation in the posters, fans will have no choice but to guess as to what Capcom has in store.

The embargo officially ends at 11 AM EDT, but I suggest tuning in early to the site tomorrow. Also be sure to check out our sister site for PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 news including Resident Evil: Raccoon City, Asura’s Wrath, and Street Fighter x Tekken.

You never know if things will start leaking early! Just don’t get your hopes up that there will be a Monster Hunter 3DS announcement…


Nintendo Week (4/11)

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Updates to the Nintendo Channel

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Nintendo Week 4/11
Rabbids Travel in Time Trailer
Play with Birds Gameplay Trailer
Slingo Quest Info Video
Escape Trick Gameplay Trailer

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D is certainly a nice addition to the 3DS library, but everyone knows it’s just a taste of what’s to come. Revelations is what horror fans and series loyalists are truly looking forward to. Capcom has spoken highly of the game’s scope and quality in the past, but now Masachika Kawata has weighed in as well. Speaking to Nintendo Power, Kawata indicated that Capcom considers Revelations to be a direct sequel to Resident Evil 5.

“Unlike Mercenaries, which is all about shooting action, Revelations is all about survival horror, the very genre Resident Evil established. We actually think of Revelations as a direct sequel to Resident Evil 5 and it will be full of new, innovative ideas and characters.”