Take look at some more gameplay videos of Animal Crossing: Sweet Day, which for those not paying attention is an Animal Crossing themed minigame in Nintendo Land for the Wii U. Again, I realize this isn’t Animal Crossing 3DS news but it’s still pretty interesting. Hopefully we will get Animal Crossing 3DS news tomorrow at the 3DS Software Showcase. Check out the videos after the break.
Latest Animal Crossing News
Well, this is rather disappointing. There wasn’t any Animal Crossing 3DS news today at Nintendo’s E3 Presentation. However, they did show off an Animal Crossing minigame for the Wii U as part of “Nintendo Land”.
Animal Crossing: Sweet Day is an Animal Crossing themed minigame included in the new Nintendo Land game for the Wii U. Stay tuned for more details soon.
However, there is still hope for Animal Crossing 3DS as Nintendo is still holding a 3DS presentation tomorrow at 6PM PDT. More details on that later.
The moment we’ve all been waiting for is nearly upon us. Nintendo’s E3 2012 Conference is about to begin and here at AC3DS Blog we’ll be keeping you covered with any Animal Crossing 3DS news to come out of the show. Be sure to refresh often!
There’s also another Nintendo event on Wednesday at 6-7PM PDT which is entirely focused on the Nintendo 3DS. It’s possible we won’t get much today for the 3DS and have to wait until tomorrow for 3DS stuff but nobody really knows besides Nintendo. We shall see!
You can watch Nintendo’s prenstation live on their official E3 website by going to E3.Nintendo.com
It’s that time of the year! That’s right, we’re now just 2 days away from E3 2012 where Nintendo will be talking about all the upcoming 3DS games you’re looking forward to. Expect to see TONS of new screenshots, videos and information about Animal Crossing 3DS. Perhaps Nintendo will even share a new English name for the game.
Anyway, it all kicks off with Nintendo’s E3 Presentation at 9:30AM PDT on Tuesday, June 5th. Furthermore, there will also be a Software Showcase presentation hosted at 6:00PM PDT on Wednesday, June 6th. We may see Animal Crossing 3Ds at one event, or both.
Be sure to check Animal Crossing 3DS Blog throughout the week for all the latest news and media for Animal Crossing 3DS! You can also like/follow us on our new Facebook page, Twitter (@AC3DSBlog) and Google+. Oh and there’s also an RSS feed if you’re into that.
PS: There may be a new blog design coming in the very near future, so if you come here on the 5th and things look a little different… don’t worry. : )
A month back we reported on Amazon France’s listing of September 28th as a release date for Animal Crossing 3DS. At the time I said that there might be a grain of truth to the date based on previous Amazon release date predictions. However since then the listing has been removed and the game is back to “Coming Soon”. Not a big update but I figured you guys might want to know. In other news we’re now just three weeks away from E3 2012. Get your hype on!
(thanks to Bidoof for the tip!)
As we countdown to E3 2012 in anticipation of new information for Animal Crossing 3DS, I’m starting a series of opinion pieces about the game. Be sure to check the blog often for more posts!
With Animal Crossing 3DS set to be the most anticipated game of the series so far Nintendo needs to pull out all the tricks to create the best Animal Crossing game yet. Many people have complained that City Folk offered little more than the previous versions and the 3DS game needs to be more than just a small update.
I’ve spent a little while thinking of what the series badly needs that it hasn’t already gotten yet. Here’s what Nintendo needs to do in my opinion to make sure Animal Crossing 3DS is the best game in the series…
Nintendo held an investor meeting recently and at this meeting Iwata has revealed Nintendo’s plans to offer full retail games digitally on the eShop starting with New Super Mario Bros. 2 on the 3DS in August 2012. That’s pretty cool, but how does that relate to Animal Crossing you might say? Well, later in the meeting Iwata had the following to say about retail games going digital: