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Eight Out Of The 10 Best-Selling Video Games Of 2012 In Japan Are Exclusive To Nintendo Platforms

pokemon_black_and_white_2According to Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, out of the 10 best-selling video games of 2012 in Japan, eight are exclusive to Nintendo platforms. Nintendo DS titles Pokemon Black 2 and White 2, which were released in Japan on June 23rd, 2012, have sold practically three million units in the country. Nintendo 3DS-exclusive Animal Crossing: New Leaf, also known as Animal Crossing: Jump Out, which was released in Japan toward the end of 2012, has sold over two million copies. Below is a list of the 10 best-selling games of 2012 in Japan; next to each title is a number in parenthesis, which represents how many units that game has sold during last year.

  1. [NDS] Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 (2,879,027)
  2. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf (2,286,977)
  3. [3DS] New Super Mario Bros. 2 (1,780,493)
  4. [3DS] Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry’s Wonderland 3D (899,410)
  5. [PS3] One Piece: Pirate Warriors (825,860)
  6. [3DS] Mario Kart 7 (822,542)
  7. [PS3] Resident Evil 6 (821,053)
  8. [3DS] Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (776,171)
  9. [3DS] Super Mario 3D Land (738,109)
  10. [Wii] Dragon Quest X: Mezameshi Itsusu no Shuzoku Online (633,827)

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Release Date Announced… For South Korea

animal_crossing_jump_out_artNintendo of Korea has announced the release date for Nintendo 3DS-exclusive Animal Crossing: New Leaf, also known as Animal Crossing: Jump Out, which released in Japan on November 8th, 2012. The life simulation game launches February 7th in South Korea. Animal Crossing: New Leaf will be released later this year in North America and Europe.

Famitsu Awards Animal Crossing For Nintendo 3DS With A Practically Perfect Score

Japanese video game magazine Famitsu has awarded Animal Crossing: Jump Out, also known as Animal Crossing: New Leaf, with a near-perfect score. The upcoming life simulation game for Nintendo 3DS received a 39/40, which means three judges gave it a perfect 10 while one judge gave it a 9/10. The game launches in Japan on November 8th and elsewhere next year.

Animal Crossing 3DS Japanese Nintendo Direct Announced For Friday

Animal Crossing: Jump Out, also known as Animal Crossing 3DS, launches November 8th in Japan and during the first half of 2013 in North America. Nintendo is dedicating another Nintendo Direct to the upcoming Nintendo 3DS game. The broadcast airs Friday, October 5th, at 6 a.m. CDT. You’ll be able to watch the presentation here.

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Animal Crossing And New Super Mario Bros. 2 Themed Nintendo 3DS XLs Revealed

Nintendo today revealed an Animal Crossing themed Nintendo 3DS XL, which includes the downloadable version of Animal Crossing: Jump Out and launches November 11th in Japan for 22,800 yen.

Nintendo also showcased the New Super Mario Bros. 2 themed Nintendo 3DS XL, which includes the full game on an SD card that’s packed with the system and releases November 15th in Japan for 22,800 yen.

Oh No! Mr. Resetti Gets His Own Building To Scold You In Animal Crossing 3DS (New Details)

Animal Crossing: Jump Out, also known as Animal Crossing 3DS, will feature a “Reset Center” building – in which the nagging, persistent mole, Mr. Resetti, will scold you every time you reset the game. The new Resent Center is apparently different from Animal Crossing: City Folk’s “Reset Surveillance Center,” where players can randomly visit Mr. Resetti and his brother, Don, once a week.

If you fulfill particular conditions, you’ll be able to have a floral village, morning village and rich village. As the mayor of town, you’ll be able to build a sleepless village to increase shops’ open hours. It will take 3000 precious Bells (Animal Crossing currency) to decorate infrastructure with exotic carpets and wallpaper from the merchant-camel, Saharah. By using the Nintendo 3DS Camera, players will be able scan QR Codes to import PRO designs.

Animal Crossing 3DS will launch in Japan on November 8th and in North America during the first half of 2013.