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Nintendo Reveals 3DS Launch List

Posted on Tuesday, February 22 @ 11:57:53 Eastern by

Those bastards at Nintendo thought they could keep us drooling with a "launch window" instead of hard dates for all those great 3DS games. Even our own snoop Nick Tan dug up the Gamestop release data out of sheer hunger for real information.

Nintendo has done us all a favor and provided real information on what games we can play in 3D on March 27th. Nintendo's first party titles may be a deal breaker for the hardcore crowd, but it sure does help third party publishers look good! By the way, be prepared to pay the suggest retail price of $39.99 for these games. Here's the list:
  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D
  • Rayman 3D
While Japan will get their hands on the 3DS any day now, we'll be waiting a whole month longer. Dammit!

If you're as impatient as I am, you may want to find yourself at GDC from the 27th to the 4th of March. The 3DS will surely be on hand in force and so will Game Revolution. We'll go hands on with as many titles as possible so you know which games will be worth your hard-earned cash on launch day.
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