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Nintendo 3DS: Nintendo World Set To Showcase Kid Icarus, Zelda And More Playable Games

This years Nintendo World is set to become one of the best shows yet as Nintendo prepares to dazzle spectators with a whole host of Nintendo 3DS games on January 8th.

A large number of the launch titles will be playable so the Japanese public will get to go hands on with games such as Kid Icarus: Uprising and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3DS. Here’s the full list of titles being showcased at the event:

Playable Games

Nintendogs + Cats
Kid Icarus: Uprising
The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time 3D
Steel Diver
Pilotwings Resort
AR Games
Nintendo 3DS camera

Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D “The Naked Sample”
Winning Eleven 3D Soccer

Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition
Resident Evil Revelations

Tecmo Koei
Samurai Warriors Chronicle
Dead or Alive Dimensions

Namco Bandai
Ridge Racer 3D

Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle

Games shown as trailers

Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition
Resident Evil Revelations

Square Enix
Kingdom Hearts 3D (temporary title)
Jump out! Bust a Move 3D

Super Monkey Ball 3D

Namco Bandai
Gundam the 3D Battle
Tales of Abyss
One Piece Unlimited Cruise SP
Pro Baseball Famista 2011
Xevious (exhibitor display)

Animal Resort (temporary title)

AQ Interactive
Cubic Ninja (temporary title)

Beauty Clock
3D Beauty Clock

Starfox 64 3D
Paper Mario (temporary title)
Animal Crossing (temporary title)
Mario Kart (temporary title)
Streetpass Mii Plaza




  1. I really want to get a closer look at Kingdom Hearts 3D. I hope it’s a remake of the original. Kingdom Hearts 3 should be saved for a console, but I don’t want another side-story on the 3DS.


  2. “Streetpass Mii Plaza”? Hahah, oh man, that sounds like fun. Imagine the Mii’s you’d come across if you took your 3DS to a big gaming or anime convention. I like the idea of a game or program that is constantly exchanging data even when you don’t play. Nintendo knew what they were doing with the DS, and are only extending upon it with this system.


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