This will just be a “quickie” for The Daily 3DS Trailers Report; I stumbled upon a handful of videos for Animal Crossing: New Leaf, gameplay footage for Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate, and the latest clip of the upcoming 3DS installment of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon. Check ‘em out:
Here’s a quick video post; two brand-new trailers with gameplay footage for the upcoming Pokemon Mystery Dungeon game on the Nintendo 3DS. Check ‘em out:
I took a trip to visit family over the weekend – lo and behold, I stepped away from the Internet at the wrong time, because I missed all the brand-new 3DS footage that went up shortly after the recent Nintendo Direct video event.
This edition of The Daily 3DS Trailers Report is absolutely loaded, and I’m not using that term lightly – scroll down the page for new details and brand-new gameplay footage for upcoming titles like Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, Animal Crossing: New Leaf (formerly Jump Out), Fantasy Life, and Fire Emblem: Awakening.
Fire Emblem: Awakening – Trailer~
Whoa, check it out, there’s finally some English footage of Fire Emblem: Awakening. This one’s looking like one of 2013′s best-looking 3DS games, no doubt. Check out the new trailer from Nintendo Direct below:
Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Trailer~
Nintendo finally changed the subtitle for the North American version of the upcoming Animal Crossing game for the 3DS; instead of “Jump Out” the game will be called “New Leaf”. Hopefully this 3DS installment will indeed turn a ‘new leaf’, check out the footage from Nintendo Direct:
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon 3DS – Nintendo Direct Presentation~
Nintendo announced that the upcoming Pokemon Mystery Dungeon for the 3DS will feature paid DLC, with some sort of free DLC available for a limited time after the game launches. Check out the new footage of the game below:
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon – Video~
Paper Mario: Sticker Star – Trailer~
Fantasy Life – Nintendo Direct Japanese Trailer~
Nintendo announced yesterday that the first Pokemon Mystery Dungeon title for the 3DS will be launching as both a retail and digital title (via Nintendo eShop) on November 23rd, but only in Japan.
It appears that North American gamers will likely have to wait for the localized version until early next year.
The latest Pokemon Mystery Dungeon title was recently confirmed for the Nintendo 3DS, and just a few days later, we finally have the first gameplay footage of “Magnagates and the Infinitely Great Labyrinth”.
Check it out:
Check back for more on this one as soon as I see it.
It’s official; the second Pokemon video game for the Nintendo 3DS is yet another spin-off. As revealed in the Japanese magazine CoroCoro, the latest installment of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon is getting the 3D treatment and bringing some nifty AR-related gimmicks along for the ride.
The official title of the game – Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Magnagates and the Infinitely Great Labyrinth – reveals something about the gameplay. Apparently, the “magnagates” are portals that allow your in-game Pokemon to enter new dungeons. These magnagates can be opened up using the AR function and the 3DS’s dual cameras; essentially players can look at any circular shape in the real world, and that shape will become a magnagate to enter in the game. Interesting.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon actually doesn’t slouch with its visuals this time around; based on the scans of CoroCoro, the game uses 3D models similar to the ones found in the Pokedex 3D app. Also, the environment appears to be fully rendered and detailed, so perhaps the game won’t look so same-y after an hour of playing.
Finally, it has been confirmed that Magnagates and the Infinitely Great Labyrinth will feature Pokemon from the upcoming Black 2 and White 2 versions – though I’m not sure how this is surprising, considering that the Unova Pokemon are the only ones without an appearance in the Mystery Dungeon series.
What do you think? Will the 3D graphics and AR features be enough to pull the Mystery Dungeon series out of “mediocre” territory? Stay tuned for more about this one.