Nintendo Direct: Watch The North American Presentation Live
Posted by Damien McFerran
Nintendo of American is holding a Nintendo Direct presentation today at 7AM PT. You can watch the live feed right here. The video is expected to last around 30 minutes.
Expect news relating to new 3DS titles, with a look at what the system has in store for 2013.
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Animal Crossing: New Leaf is the official title in NA!
You said it, Reggie!
Admit it. You want this game.
DLC will also be coming to the US
Check out our Fire Emblem 3DS first impressions: http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2012/10/first_impressions_fire_emblem_awakening
Tokyo Crash Mobs is the Puzzloop sequel we reported on AGES ago
Ninja Gaiden! Woot!
Pretty solid content coming to the eShop right now!
Night Sky is also available today in NA!
Liberation Maiden available now in NA eShop!
December 27th for that one
Again, we saw some of Fluidity Spin Cycle during the Japanese presentation
Create your own puzzles in Crashmo - out November 22nd!
Crashmo is up next, we already saw some of this in the Japanese Nintendo Direct
Both packs are available in NA now
Same two packs that were confirmed for Japan earlier: http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2012/10/two_new_super_mario_bros_2_dlc_level_packs_for_japan_today
NSMB2 DLC course packs news now...
Style Savvy Trendsetters, check out the review - it's actually pretty good! http://www.nintendolife.com/games/3ds/style_savvy_trendsetters
10 more lessons for Art Academy in the coming months
Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask - have you checked out our review yet? http://www.nintendolife.com/reviews/3ds/professor_layton_and_the_miracle_mask
OK, that looks amazing.
Remember, we got some hands-on time with this at the EB Expo recently, check out the feature via the Paper Mario Stick Star game page!
"Top notch humour" Count us in!
Stickers are one-shot attacks!
Paper Mario 3DS is more level based
Paper Mario Stick Star!
T-Minus 10 minutes...
Japan is done, next up: North America!