Nintendo announced at their E3 press conference that the 3DS will be hitting the market backed by the strongest third-party support of any system in Nintendo history. However, the new console will also reinvent some of our favorite classic franchises in an exciting new way, as well as bring new games to the table.
Hit the jump for a full list of 3DS games featured at E3, as well as a list of future games that are currently being planned and developed for Nintendo’s newest handheld device.
Nintendo games featured at E3 include:
- Kid Icarus: Uprising
- Mario Kart
- nintendogs + cats
- PilotWings Resort, a new flying simulation game
- Animal Crossing
- StarFox 64 3D
- Steel Diver, a new submarine-navigation game
- Paper Mario
Third party games featured at E3 include:
- DJ Hero 3D from Activision
- Resident Evil: Revelations from Capcom
- The Sims™ 3 from Electronic Arts
- Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater “The Naked Sample” from Konami
- Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracles (tentative title) from LEVEL-5
- Ridge Racer (tentative title) from Namco Bandai Games
- Kingdom Hearts franchise game from Square Enix
- Dead or Alive 3D (tentative title) from Tecmo Koei Games
- Samurai Warriors 3D from Tecmo Koei Games
- Battle of Giants: Dinosaur Strike from Ubisoft
- Hollywood 61 (tentative title) from Ubisoft
Upcoming games include:
- Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition (tentative title) from Capcom
- Madden NFL and FIFA Soccer from Electronic Arts
- CODENAME: Chocobo Racing® 3D and a Final Fantasy franchise game from Square Enix
- Ninja Gaiden (tentative title) from Tecmo Koei Games
- Saint’s Row: Drive By from THQ;
- Assassin’s Creed: Lost Legacy, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory from Ubisoft
- A Batman game from Warner Bros.
Additional (yet currently unrevealed) games are also in development by Atlus, AQ Interactive, Disney Interactive Studios, Harmonix, Hudson Soft, Majesco, Marvelous Entertainment, Rocket, SEGA, Takara Tommy and Take-Two Interactive.
Information about the features of the 3DS itself can be found here.