Nintendo has revealed two new colors for the 3DS in Japan: Gloss Pink and Light Blue. Both versions will be available from the 20th of March in the region, and there’s images after the break.
To the few readers of this blog from Japan, there’s two titles coming to the eShop in Japan within the next couple of weeks: Tetris: Axis (February 28th) and Resident Evil: Revelations (March 7th). Both will be slightly cheaper than their physical counterparts.
Japan is receiving yet-another limited edition version of the 3DS XL, and this time around, it’s in the theme of Shin Megami Tensei. You can see it above, or if you live in Japan (or don’t mind the cost of importing), you can pick it up from May 4th.
Nintendo of Japan has revealed that Animal Crossing: New Leaf has sold around 2.7 million copies, with almost 800,000 of those being digital copies. That means that 30% of the game’s total sales have been digital. Which version do you plan to pick up when it launches outside of Japan?
Nintendo released an awesome-looking, Charizard-themed 3DS XL in Japan, but it was only available to purchase for people who won a lottery. But luckily for the rest of Japan, members of the Pokemon Daisuki Club in Japan are able to purchase the system from the 9th of February. If only it was coming to other regions…
Famitsu has shared a list of the most-wanted games in Japan, and in addition to taking the top three spots, the 3DS has a fairly decent percentage of the top thirty. You can check it out after the break.
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.