After stretching the lifespan of its previous-generation handheld with last fall's release of Pokémon Black Version 2 and White Version 2, Nintendo will finally push the beloved "Collect 'Em All" series ahead with this October's release of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y for the Nintendo 3DS.
When the super-sized Nintendo 3DS XL launches in North America this Sunday, we'll only have red/black and blue/black options available for purchase. Japanese gamers have already had their shot at some other colors for the 3DS LL (as it's called over there), and will soon get an even slicker option in the form of the Pikachu Yellow system pictured here (via Andriasang).
Following confirmation last month that Activision would be bringing Rovio's smash hit Angry Birds series to home consoles, IGN revealed today that the Angry Birds Trilogy is planned for release this fall on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo 3DS.
Following in the footsteps of the previous Nintendo DSi handheld and its own super-sized second iteration, the Nintendo 3DS will soon receive a much larger incarnation dubbed the Nintendo 3DS XL, which will be released in North America on August 19 in red and blue colors.
Though previously revealed via creator Pendleton Ward's Twitter account, D3Publisher officially announced today that the spectacular Adventure Time animated series will be turned into a game for both Nintendo 3DS and DS to be released this fall. Titled Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!, the handheld adventure is being developed by WayForward Technologies -- the studio behind A Boy and His Blob and Contra 4 -- with help from Ward.
While Nintendo's focus has been strongly shifted to the Nintendo 3DS over the past several months, the original Nintendo DS can be found in well more than 100 million additional homes than its 3D-enabled successor. Seemingly recognizing this, The Pokemon Company announced this weekend that a pair of new Pokemon games -- titled Pokemon Black Version 2 and Pokemon White Version 2 -- will be released for the Nintendo DS.