Nintendo Announces Monster Hunter 4, Hatsune Miku Games for 3DS
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Nintendo announced at its 3DS press conference on Tuesday that its Nintendo 3DS platform will have the Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai and Monster Hunter 4 games. The Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai rhythm game, developed by Sega, will be released in March 2012. It will feature Hatsune Miku in a Nendoroid style that can appear in an augmented-reality concert using the system's camera.
Nintendo also announced that the SD Gundam G Generation 3D game will be released on the 3DS on December 22. The game will retail for 6,090 yen (about US$79). Nintendo revealed that it will release a Fire Emblem game for the 3DS platform. It will be released in spring 2012 and will feature two-player co-op gameplay.
Nintendo announced that Square Enix is developing Bravely Default: Flying Fairy for the platform for a release in 2012. Akihiko Yoshida (Vagrant Story, Final Fantasy XII, Final Fantasy Tactics) is handling the character design for the game. In addition, Square Enix's Theatrhythm Final Fantasy game for the 3DS will contain songs from the original Final Fantasy through Final Fantasy XIII. The game will be released this winter.
In addition, the Tekken 3D Prime Edition game and a Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D port will both be released on the platform this winter.
A Dynasty Warriors VS game with four-player co-op will be released on the 3DS in 2012. Super Mario 3D Land will ship in Japan on November 3, while Mario Kart 7 will ship on December 12.
Nintendo also revealed that the Monster Hunter 3 (tri-) G game will be released on December 10. The previously revealed 1,500-yen Expansion Slide Pad will also ship on that day. It will use an AAA battery and will be compatible with Monster Hunter 3 (tri-) G, Biohazard Revelations (Resident Evil Revelations, early 2012), Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D (this winter), Ace Combat 3D Cross Rumble (this winter), Shin Sangoku Musou VS (2012), and Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance](release date to be determined).
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