Here’s what Nintendo has in early 2012

Nintendo dropped a rather large press bomb of releases, and it paints an interesting picture.   WiiWare and DSiWare are not getting much support from Nintendo (which anyone who has been following the downloads can attest to) but the 3DS eShop is, as is the 3DS retail section.

We’ve got a couple of interesting release dates, like Mario Party 9 for the Wii on March 11th, Rhythm Heaven Fever for the Wii on February 13th and Kid Icarus: Uprising for the 3DS on March 23rd.

Now remember this is only a partial list of early 2012, but it’s an interesting look at what we’ve got coming.


Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 – January

TEKKEN 3D Prime Edition™ – February
Resident Evil® Revelations – Feb. 7
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games™ – Feb. 14
Tales of the Abyss® – Feb. 14

Nicktoons MLB 3D – March
NCIS The Video Game (Based on the TV Series) – March 6
Horses 3D – March 6
Kid Icarus: Uprising – March 23

METAL GEAR SOLID® 3D Snake Eater – Q1
Funky Barn – Q1
Rayman® Origins – Q1


3DS eShop

Colors! 3D – Q1
Dillon’s Rolling Western – Q1
Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH – Q1
Jett Rocket Super Surf – Q1
Kirby’s Block Ball™ – Q1
Mighty Switch Force – Q1
Mutant Mudds – Q1
NightSky – Q1
Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword – Q1
Zen Pinball – Q1



Country Dance™ Special Edition – Feb. 1
Rhythm Heaven Fever – Feb. 13
PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond – Feb. 27

MLB 2K12 – March 6
Mario Party 9 – March 11

Karaoke Joysound – Q1



La Mulana – Q1



Shin Megami Tensei®: Devil Survivor™ 2 – February
Chess for Kids – Feb. 14
NARABA: The Labyrinth of Light – Feb. 21
NARABA: The Mysterious Palace – Feb. 21
MLB 2K12 – March 6
Silverlicious™ – March 20
Xia Xia™ – March 20
Gogo’s Crazy Bones™ – March 20


Nintendo DSiWare™

Box Pusher – Q1
Cake Ninja – Q1


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Micah has been playing games since his first pong machine, and has been writing for as long as he could grip a pencil and not drool on the paper. So, for about a week.

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