Nintendo Direct detailed the company's road map for the next couple of months. Minecraft: New Nintendo 3DS Edition and Pokemon Ultra Sun / Ultra Moon are among the games that are coming to Nintendo 3DS.
Switch isn't the only video game system Nintendo will be throwing new games at during the next couple of months. Nintendo 3DS owners will also have something to write home about. Shall we jump straight into highlights? I think so, yes.
- Pokemon Ultra Sun / Pokemon Ultra Moon : The Legendary Pokemon that steals light, Necrozma, has transformed into two new forms: Dusk Mane Necrozma, who took over Solgaleo, and Dawn Wings Necrozma who took over Lunala.
- White + Orange New Nintendo 2DS XL: White + Orange edition of the New Nintendo 2DS XL system will launch in stores on 06 October, at a suggested retail price of around £111.99.
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- Mario Party: The Top 100: 100 of the top mini-games from the console Mario Party games will be playable on the hand-held system. Mario Party: The Top 100 supports local Download Play, so up to four players who each own a Nintendo 3DS can enjoy the game together with only one game card. The game launches on 10 November.
- Kirby: Battle Royale: Kirby is about to enter a tournament against his toughest rival yet - himself . The new game offers a variety of ways to fight in both single and multiplayer modes. Kirby: Battle Royale will be available on 19 January. Go here if you want to celebrate Kirby’s 25th anniversary and vote for your favourite copy ability.
- Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions: The game will launch on 06 October. Players will be able to use the new Goomba and Koopa Troopa amiibo (or the existing Boo amiibo) to get additional stamp sheets that offer items in both of the game’s modes.
- Minecraft: New Nintendo 3DS Edition: This portable version of the game will come equipped with Survival and Creative modes, five skin packs and two texture packs. Minecraft: New Nintendo 3DS Edition launches in Nintendo eShop today. The packaged version will launch at a later date.