We are all aware of the lack of premiere launch titles for the Nintendo 3DS, which is one of the major reasons why many people have yet to purchase a 3DS, and at Nintendo’s E3 press conference this year, they let the public know that they are very aware of this.

Not even a full week after E3 has ended, Nintendo unveiled the release schedule for upcoming 3DS games. There’s even an e-Shop title listed in here. Just in case one of the release dates below does get you upset, just remember that these are mostly estimations and can change at any moment. Will any of these upcoming titles push you towards becoming a 3DS owner?

Check out the release of games below.

Activision Publishing, Inc.

  • Transformers: Dark of the Moon (June)
  • Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure (Oct. 16)
  • Generator Rex: Agent of Providence (October)
  • Spider-Man: Edge of Time (Fall)

Aksys Games

  • BIT.TRIP SAGA (End of Q3)

ATLUS (Index Digital Media, Inc.)

  • MAHJONG CUB3D (July 19)
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked (Aug. 23)

Capcom Entertainment, Inc.

  • RESIDENT EVIL: THE MERCENARIES 3D (June 28)
  • RESIDENT EVIL: Revelations (TBA)

D3Publisher

  • Angler’s Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing 3D (Summer)
  • BEN 10 GALACTIC RACING (Fall)

Electronic Arts Inc.

  • Need for Speedâ„¢ The Run (Nov. 15)
  • FIFA Soccer 12 (Fall)
  • The Sims 3 Pets (Fall)

Konami Digital Entertainment

  • Doctor Lautrec and the Forgotten Knights (Summer)
  • Frogger 3D (Fall)
  • Nikoli Pencil Puzzle (Fall)
  • METAL GEAR SOLID 3D SNAKE EATER (Winter)

Majesco Entertainment

  • Face Racers Photo Finish Sept. (6)
  • The Hidden (Oct. 4)
  • Cooking Mama 4 Kitchen Magic (Oct. 11)
  • Pet Zombies (Oct. 11)
  • Nano Assault (Nov. 15)

NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc.

  • ACE COMBAT  3D (working title) (2011)
  • DualPenSports (2011)
  • PAC-MAN  & GALAGA DIMENSIONS (2011)
  • PAC-MAN Party (2011)
  • Tales of the Abyss (TBA)
  • TEKKEN  3D (working title) (TBA)

Nintendo

  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (June 19)
  • Star Fox 64  3D (Sept. 11)
  • Kid Icarus : Uprising (Holiday)
  • Mario Kart (Holiday)
  • Super Mario (Holiday)
  • LEGO® City Stories (2012)
  • Luigi’s Mansion  2 (2012)
  • Animal Crossing (TBA)
  • Paper Mario (TBA)

NIS America, Inc.

  • Cave Story 3D (Aug. 9)

SEGA

  • CRUSH  3D (Sept. 6)
  • Shinobi (September)
  • Captain America : Super Soldier (Fall)
  • Thor : God of Thunder (Fall)
  • Sonic Generations (November)
  • Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (February 2012)
  • Square Enix, Inc. Heroes of Ruin (Early 2012)

Tetris Online, Inc.

  • Tetris (October)

THQ Inc.

  • WWE ’12 (Nov. 22)

Ubisoft

  • Cubic Ninja (June 14)
  • Petz Fantasy  3D (June 21)
  • Driver  Renegade (Aug. 30)
  • James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes (Aug. 30)
  • Puzzler Mind Gym (working title) (Sept. 6)
  • Imagine Fashion Designer (Oct. 11)
  • Cute Puppies (Oct. 25)
  • Horses 3D (Oct. 25)
  • Imagine  Babyz 3D (Oct. 25)
  • Michael Jackson The Experience (Oct. 25)
  • NCIS (working title) (Oct. 25)
  • Raving Rabbids  5 (working title) (Nov. 1)
  • Farm (working title) (Nov. 15)
  • The Adventures of Tintin (working title) (Dec. 6)
  • Rayman  Origins (working title) (March 13, 2012)

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

  • Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters (June 7)
  • Happy Feet Two: The Videogame (Fall)
  • LEGO Harry Potter : Years 5-7 (Holiday)

Coming to the Nintendo eShop

Gameloft

  • Let’s Golf! 3D (Summer)

SEGA

  • Columns (Summer)
  • Dragon Crystal (Summer)
  • Shinobi (Summer)
  • Sonic Drift 2 (Summer)
  • Sonic The Hedgehog: Triple Trouble (Summer)
  • Nintendo Picture Lives! (TBA)
  • The Rolling Western (TBA)

This list does show that “The Big N” has something to look forward to with their new handheld by releasing a decent amount of titles that aren’t geared purely towards children. The only disappointing thing about the list is most of the exciting titles such as Mario Kart and Kid Icarus wont release until this year’s holiday season. While you’re waiting for these titles be sure to check out our E3 hands-on impressions for Mario Kart 3DS, Super Mario 3DS, and Luigi’s Mansion 2. I guess all good things do come to those who wait.

Source: Joystiq

tags: 3DS, Nintendo

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