Today’s Nintendo Direct also brought us a healthy batch of 3DS related news to sink our teeth into, including a nod towards another installment in a classic Nintendo franchise, more information on the next Zelda handheld title, the scoop on the new Phoenix Wright game, and more.
In 2014, launching on the 3DS will be a new adventure in the Kirby series! The Direct failed to go any farther than that – more details will be made available in the near future, but so far all we have is that the game exists. Let’s keep an eye on Kirby 3DS, for now there’s not much else we can do.
Then, the highly-anticipated The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds seems to be launching in both North America and Europe sometime in November. November 22nd will be the official North American release date. Additional information via PR release has noted that, \”Many of the most essential items at Link’s disposal in the game will be available early on at a shop run by the character Ravio, which lets players rent or buy items before they embark on their next dungeon adventure.\”
Phoenix Wright: Act Attorney – Dual Destinies will be launching in late October on Nintendo eShop, with its free, downloadable demo now available on the eShop. Bravely Default from Square Enix will be released in early December.
Worst of all, just like the Wii U, a 3DS title has be delayed to early 2014. Mario Party: Island Tour will be skipping 2013 as DKC: Tropical Freeze will be for Wii U.