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Naruto 3DS details

Posted on 8 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News | 0 comments

– Full title: Naruto Shippuuden Nin Rittai Emaki Saikyou Ninkai Kessen!!
– Game is a “side scrolling ninja action” game
– Complete missions
– Missions take place on 3D fields
– Mostly side-scrolling action
– Gimmicks and stage formations use 3D
– Spring release

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Nintendo DS Becomes All-Time Best-Selling Video Game System; Wii Sells More Than 7 Million for Third Consecutive Year

REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– The close of 2010 produced two sales milestones for Nintendo in the United States.

According to Nintendo’s internal sales figures, the Nintendo DS™ family of portable video game systems has sold more than 47 million in the United States since the original model launched in November 2004. That tally makes Nintendo DS the nation’s best-selling video game system of all time.

For the second major milestone of 2010, Nintendo’s internal figures show that the Wii™ home console marked its third consecutive calendar year with U.S. sales of more than 7 million – a feat never before accomplished in the history of video games by a home console. To date, the Wii system has sold more than 34 million in the United States alone.


In other news, Nintendo Everything reader Thomas N has pointed out that the video uploaded by the original “3DS leaker” has been taken down. This appears to be his choice. When you try to play the video, it says that it was removed by the user.

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Note: The 3DS is too cool for school.


One of the first 3DS systems is now in the hands of a factory worker from China. The man apparently smuggled the system off an assembly line. He’s been sharing a number of pictures of the system as well as a video, so it looks like this is the real deal. You can check out the full set of media at the top of this post.

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– Renegade Kid releasing at least three games this year
– ATV Wild Ride the first game to be released (this month)
– “Smoke” will be the second Renegade Kid title
– “Smoke” is for DS, launching this summer
– Third title is “Face” and isn’t for DS, releasing “late summer-ish”
– Maximilian unlikely to hit DSiWare
– Only around 400 comments have been posted on Renegade Kid’s blog for Max, and 1,000 was needed
– Renegade Kid talking with a publisher about one 3DS project
– This project would be a conversion of an existing title
– 3DS project code-named “Planet”
– Renegade Kid close to signing a deal for the game, though “anything can happen in the world of business”
– Renegade Kid also talking with publishers about value DS titles

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Capcom’s CEO Haruhiro Tsujimoto has provided a brief quote to Gemaga about the Monster Hunter series. Tsujimoto mentioned the 3DS throughout an interview with the magazine, as well as in the quote itself. While it seems as though there was some sort of indication that Monster Hunter will be coming to the 3DS, the manner in which he phrased his words wasn’t entirely clear. So keep that in mind while reading the quote below:

“3DS is releasing, too, so (it seems like) the time to switch to a new platform is coming.”

Given the fact that Tsujimoto directly included the words “3DS” in his statement, it would appear that the franchise will eventually make its way to the platform. I would think that the possibility would be quite likely in any case, but it’d be nice if a clearer quote was given!

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Wii

1. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
2. Mario Sports Mix
3. LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
4. Conduit 2
5. de Blob 2

DS

1. Pokemon Black/White
2. Okamiden
3. Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie
4. de Blob 2
5. LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars

3DS

1. Paper Mario
2. Mario Kart
3. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
4. Kid Icarus: Uprising
5. Star Fox 64 3D


Last week, a rating for Rayman 3D was discovered on the OFLC website. Although it wasn’t entirely clear which platform the game was in development for, the 3DS seemed like a logical guess. Today the ESRB has confirmed that the title is indeed in the works for Nintendo’s upcoming handheld.

Unfortunately, unlike most listings on the ESRB website, a description was not provided with the rating. But considering the game has been rated in two territories, Rayman 3D will most likely turn out to be a game released sooner rather than later.