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Feb 23

Complete List of 3DS Launch Titles Revealed

Everyone keeping tabs on Nintendo’s next glasses free, 3D portable knows it’ll be coming out March 27. What you may not know is what exactly will be releasing for it come launch day. Well wonder no more! You can check out the full list after the jump!

The following are 13 titles from third-party publishers.

* Super Street Fighter® IV 3D Edition from CAPCOM
* The Sims™ 3 from EA
* Madden NFL Football from EA SPORTS
* Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D from Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.
* LEGO® Star Wars® III: The Clone Wars™ from LucasArts™
* RIDGE RACER® 3D from NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc.
* Super Monkey Ball™ 3D from SEGA
* BUST-A-MOVE UNIVERSE™ from Square-Enix, Inc.
* SAMURAI WARRIORS®: Chronicles from TECMO KOEI AMERICA Corp.
* Asphalt™ 3D from UBISOFT
* Combat of Giants™: Dinosaurs 3D from UBISOFT
* Rayman® 3D from UBISOFT
* Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Shadow Wars from UBISOFT

Then comes three Nintendo published games: Pilotwings Resort, Steel Driver, and Nintendogs + Cats. The press release from Nintendo also describes each title. Keep in mind that Nintendogs has three different versions.

* Pilotwings Resort™, an aerial adventure featuring airplanes, hang gliders and rocket belts. Players soar above tropical Wuhu Island in 3D as they complete missions or snap pictures.
* Steel Diver™, a submarine game that involves strategy and combat. The 3D visuals give players the sensation that they are looking into a miniature aquarium as they control the sub’s speed, depth and pitch, and fire torpedoes.
* nintendogs™ + cats, a game that lets players interact with realistic puppies – and kittens – in a variety of fun ways. There are three versions of the software, each with different starting breeds: French bulldog, toy poodle and golden retriever. But in each version players can unlock and enjoy more than 20 different breeds.

Whatever you think of the line up, you have to admit, Nintendogs + Cats will sell like hotcakes if previous versions are any indication and Super Street Fighter IV 3D should still be riding the fighting game wave that started two years ago.

Thanks MTV Multiplayer

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