Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Nintendo 3DS Official Game List

Official Nintendo 3DS Game List

Animal Crossing - Nintendo
Kid Icarus: Uprising - Nintendo
Mario Kart - Nintendo
Nintendogs + cats - Nintendo
Paper Mario - Nintendo
PilotWings Resort - Nintendo
Star Fox 64 3D - Nintendo
Steel Driver - Nintendo
Crash-City GP - Rocket
VS-robo - Rocket
Sonic (name not final) - Sega
Super Monkey Ball (name not final) - Sega
Codename: Chocobo Racing 3D - Square Enix
Dragon Quest - Square Enix
Final Fantasy - Square Enix
Kingdom Hearts - Square Enix
Carnival Games - Take Two
Dead or Alive 3D - Tecmo Koei
Dynasty Warriors - Tecmo Koei
Ninja Gaiden - Tecmo Koei
Samurai Warriors 3D - Tecmo Koei
Lovely Lisa 3D - Tomy
Naruto Shippuden - Tomy
de Blob 2 - THQ
Kung Fu Panda Kaboom of Doom - THQ
Marvel Super Hero Squad Infinity Gauntlet - THQ
The Penguins of Madagascar - THQ
Puss N Boots - THQ
Saints Row: Drive-by - THQ
Assassin's Creed: Lost Leegacy - Ubisoft
Battle of Giants: Dinosaur Strike - Ubisoft
Driver Renegade - Ubisoft
Hollywood 61 - Ubisoft
Ghost Recon - Ubisoft
Splinter Cell Chaos Theory - Ubisoft
Batman - Warner Bros
Lego - Warner Bros
DJ Hero - Activision
Cubic Ninja - AQ Interactive
Etrian Odyssey - Atlus
Shin Megami Tensei - Atlus
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona - Atlus
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor - Atlus
Resident Evil Revelations - Capcom
Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition - Capcom
Madden - EA
The Sims 3 - EA
Asphalt GT - Gameloft
Music game - Harmonix
Bomberman - Hudson Soft
Deca Sports - Hudson Soft
Kororinpa - Hudson Soft
Baseball - Konami
Contra - Konami
Frogger - Konami
Metal Gear Solid 3 - Konami
Pro Evolution Soccer - Konami
Professor Layton: Mask of Miracle - Level 5
BloodRayne - Majesco
A Boy and His Blob - Majesco
Face Racers: Photo Finish - Majesco
Lion's Pride - Majesco
Martha Stewart - Majesco
WonderWorld Amusement Park - Majesco
Bokujyoumongatari 3D - Marvelouse Entertainment
Dragon Ball - Namco Bandai
Gundam - Namco Bandai
Pac-man and Galaga - Namco Bandai
Ridge Racer - Namco Bandai
Super Robot - Namco Bandai


Unknown said...

OT @ JJ, may have no affect in the USA, or any on you if it did, but... eBay just messed about with almost all their UK site's video game category numbers.

For changes, see http://pages.ebay.co.uk/categorychanges/videogames.html

Just had to update all my urls for price tracking, and it's still not great as there's barely any completed listings under new cats, and old the old ones have had their cats removed so you can't find them either :o(

JJ Hendricks said...

@pepsi_max2k Sorry to hear about that UK category change. Ebay US hasn't made any changes like that here. Luckily they also do a really good job of notifying developers of anything changes like this too. That way we can make all the changes on our end before it breaks things.

Christopher said...

Well, they kinda put up a message in MyEbay, not that I saw it until I started wondering "I'm sure there should be than one completed listing of Ocarina Of Time...".

Anyway, I forgot you lot have the advantage of searching by UPC. Lucky. UK's gotta make do with long boolean search strings of title words. And filtering by category is the best way to avoid most silly results.

Then again a wise man once said "use the api, luke". Meh.

Still, it's a good job I don't have an entire web store linked to the price tracked prices now all showing stupidly abnormal prices, eh? Oh, wait...

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