Nintendo Releases The First Look at Their 2012 Line Up


Nintendo has released a first look at their upcoming line up for the beginning of 2012 yesterday and while we all know that not every projected date is the date games will arrive on, this will certainly give you Nintendites a start on your post holiday shopping!

Nintendo 3DS

2K Play

Nicktoons MLB 3D – March


Resident Evil® Revelations – Feb. 7

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.

METAL GEAR SOLID® 3D Snake Eater – Q1

Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 – January

NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc.

TEKKEN 3D Prime Edition™ – February

Tales of the Abyss® – Feb. 14


Kid Icarus: Uprising – March 23

Published by SEGA® of America

Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games™ – Feb. 14

SEGA® of America



NCIS The Video Game (Based on the TV Series) – March 6

Horses 3D – March 6

Funky Barn – Q1

Rayman® Origins – Q1

Nintendo eShop

Collecting Smiles

Colors! 3D – Q1



NightSky – Q1


Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword – Q1

Dillon’s Rolling Western – Q1

Kirby’s Block Ball™ – Q1

Renegade Kid

Mutant Mudds – Q1

Shin’en Multimedia

Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH – Q1

Jett Rocket Super Surf – Q1


Mighty Switch Force – Q1

Zen Studios

Zen Pinball – Q1


2K Sports

MLB 2K12 – March 6

GameMill Entertainment

Country Dance™ Special Edition – Feb. 1

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.

Karaoke Joysound – Q1


Rhythm Heaven Fever – Feb. 13

PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond – Feb. 27

Mario Party 9 – March 11



La Mulana – Q1

Nintendo DS™ Family

2K Sports

MLB 2K12 – March 6


Shin Megami Tensei®: Devil Survivor™ 2 – February

GameMill Entertainment

Silverlicious™ – March 20

Xia Xia™ – March 20

Gogo’s Crazy Bones™ – March 20

Mentor Interactive

Chess for Kids – Feb. 14

NARABA: The Labyrinth of Light – Feb. 21

NARABA: The Mysterious Palace – Feb. 21

Nintendo DSiWare™


Box Pusher – Q1


Cake Ninja – Q1


Also of note is that the Circle Pad Pro will be coming out on Feburary 7th. It’s an accessory attachment for the 3DS that fits on the system adding a second analog Circle Pad on the right side. Along the CPP will add new shoulder buttons to give you that controller feel to your 3DS experience.  It’s going to availble through GameStop retail shops and online for the recommended price of $19.99 (USD).

So there you have it, a look ahead at what’s coming from Nintendo and third party publishers across the Nintendo sphere of systems, some of those titles I’m looking forward too and if you are also, might want to save a few penny’s this holiday season and just send everyone IOU cards. :D

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