Along with announcements of Monster Hunter 4, Style Savvy and Fire Emblem, a few other noteworthy titles are making their way to the handheld as well.
The first is an entry in the Dynasty Warriors series, Dynasty Warriors Vs. It'll support four-player combat and should hit the 3DS in 2012.
Another that particularly caught our eye is a follow-up to the Japan-only DS game Friend Collection. This quirky game puts your face, likely via Mii or face scan, onto an in-game character and lets them get married, start a family and more.
The turn-based strategy title Culdcept will also make its way to the system. The series saw an entry on the DS in 2008, and the new Omiya Soft developed title will feature network support and is due in 2012.
A new RPG is also on the way from Square Enix called Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. It's a classic-style JRPG featuring Akihiko Yoshida characters and is due for 2012 release.
Also on the list was a rhythm game, titled Hatsune Miku Project Mirai, which features Nendoroid-style characters and AR support for live concerts.
A gundam game called SD Gundam G Genration 3D was also shown off, as well as a PokePark 2 for Wii (yes, odd for a 3DS conference) and an online-supported 3DS soccer game called Culchobit. It was also stated that in Animal Crossing 3DS, you can play as the chief of the village and help build it up.
Also exciting is news that Nintendo plans to refine the eShop even further, with an improved Mii Plaza and more 3D video footage.
Finally, the conference kicked off with some footage of Skyward Sword that shows Link drawing, catching butterflies in a net and seeking treasure with some sort of divining rod, all with the MotionPlus peripheral.
Many of these titles are yet to be confirmed for the West, but we'll have more information as it becomes available. What are you looking forward to most?