Iwata to Investors: "10 or so, big" first party 3DS titles to be released next..

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3 years ago#1
...quarter.

Like, really.

http://kotaku.com/5980390/

http://tinyurl.com/9wmkpuy (If you can read Japanese, please confirm if Kotaku's translation is accurate)

Can we expect a 3DS Nintendo Direct, soon? (If old, I apologize.)
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3 years ago#2
i heard they're doing one for the 3ds after the wii u. soo ya i guess.
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3 years ago#3
The quote from him I had read was about big titles this year and into 2014. I find it highly unlikely that we will see 10 first party games in the next quarter. Animal Crossing isn't likely to be released next quarter, I don't think. And we all know X/Y is not until October.
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3 years ago#4
SSB for a simultaneous system launch next spring. Original Zelda for 3ds next summer. My guess. I really want a 2.5d Metroid in the classic form, though.
3 years ago#5
Ten major first party titles for one system over a year is a pretty big deal.

OK, so... we've got Fire Emblem and LM over the next couple of months... Animal Crossing soon... does Pokemon count as first or second party?
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3 years ago#6
That says next year, not quarter. Which makes sense because there is no way they are releasing 10 games next quarter
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3 years ago#7
McMarbles posted...
Ten major first party titles for one system over a year is a pretty big deal.

OK, so... we've got Fire Emblem and LM over the next couple of months... Animal Crossing soon... does Pokemon count as first or second party?


This is to Japanese investors, Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing are already out over there. Pokemon is second party.
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3 years ago#8
Well in the last 6ish months or so theyv sold a ton of systems. Its time to start capitalizing on that.
3 years ago#9
Fr33z posted...
Pokemon is second party.


I am pretty sure that Pokemon is still considered a 1st party game even though they are developed by a 2nd party developer as I do believe that Nintendo owns the actual Pokemon brand. But I'm not 100% sure.
3 years ago#10
So there's Fire Emblem.
And Pokemon, for those people.

What else?

'Cause I haven't seen much in the way of upcoming releases for any console but the PS3 (and to a much lesser extent, PC) to catch my interest.
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