My Garden footage from EA Tokyo Showcase event
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Electronic Arts seeds the ground for My Garden in 3-D (3DS launch title)
New Gardening Game to Blossom on Nintendo 3DS
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – September 15, 2010 – The EA Play Label of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) today announced My Garden* (working title) for the Nintendo 3DSTM, a new title in development that will allow players to create custom gardens in a variety of unique and beautiful environments. Optimized for the coming 3-D platform, My Garden* will offer graphics that bring flowers to life in a vibrant and realistic manner. Digital gardeners will get to choose from hundreds of flower and plant varieties as well as unique items to design, cultivate and enhance landscapes. My Garden* is scheduled to be unveiled at EA’s Tokyo Game Showcase on September 15, 2010.
“With My Garden*, our aim was simple: to make something beautiful that comes to life on the Nintendo 3DS like no other platform,” said Rod Humble, Executive Vice President of the EA Play Label. “We hope to offer a game that’s so immersive that it truly brings the delight of owning a garden to life through a visually stunning 3D experience.”
Halo: Reach (360) – 9/9/8/8
Shanghai DS2 (DS) – 7/6/7/7
Durarara!! 3-way Standoff (PSP) – 7/6/6/6
Yakuza Portable (PSP) – 9/9/9/9
Shin Koihime Musou: Otome Ryouran * Sangokushi Engi – Wu-Hen (PSP) – 7/6/7/6
Winning Post 7 (PSP) – 8/7/7/7
This information comes from Yoshio Sakamoto…
“I cannot deny the existence of such a project in the past but cannot say if it will be what I move onto next or not. I’m sorry but we would like to keep that game a mystery. After all, there has been a lot of speculation surrounding Dread. And my hope, if at all possible, is to reset the situation at once and start from scratch.”
Ah yes… Another rumor about the 3DS. This time, though, the speculation is game-related. An article from Asahi Shinbun has apparently surfaced today, which claims Paper Mario 3DS will arrive this year in Japan. Of course, that would also mean that the system itself will be released in Nintendo’s home territory before the end of 2010 as well.
Meanwhile, a number of signs that have popped up over the past several weeks have indicated that the 3DS will be out in Japan before year’s end. Most recently, a now ex-employee from Keys Factory wrote on his Twitter account – which has since been closed – that the portable will hit store shelves on November 20 – although a spokesperson said that the company has yet to be informed of its official release date.