Zen Studios has clarified that downloadable content is still coming to Zen Pinball on the 3DS. For the moment though, that’s all we know for sure. There’s no specific release date.
Christian Svensson of Capcom has said that “many of our previously released 3DS titles will be coming to the eShop in the coming months”. So far, the company has released Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition, Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, and Resident Evil: Revelations for the 3DS, so it could be any or all of these titles.
Japanese gamers can celebrate the start of the new year with Super Mario Bros. 3 on the 3DS, as the game is coming to the eShop via the Virtual Console on January 1st. There’s no word on a release in other regions, but it’ll happen sooner or later. Let’s just hope it falls on the “sooner” end of the spectrum.
Code of Princess became available for the 3DS on October 9th in North America, but the game is also set for release via the eShop. It will become available on January 3rd. You can see an older trailer for the game after the break.
Nintendo has released Wario Land 2 on the eShop, and I’d like to make a suggestion: get it. It was the first game I bought for the Game Boy Color and I sunk a ridiculous amount of time into the game to complete the multiple endings. It’s one of those games that just pops into my head at random intervals.
After some delays, XSEED has announced that Unchained Blades is coming to the eShop in North America on January 3rd, 2013 with a retail price of $29.99. Who plans to pick it up?
There’s more screenshots from Fluidity: Spin Cycle after the break.