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  • Ace Combat 3D Assault Horizon Legacy (Nintendo 3DS)

    All-new Pokemon and past favorites come to life with detailed graphics and intense 3D battles. Become a Pokemon Trainer and set out for adventure in a vast and wondrous new region filled with new Pokemon to catch, trade, and battle. In Pokemon-Amie, you can pet, feed, and play with your Pokemon to form a deeper bond, which may benefit you in future battles.Connect and communicate with players around the world at any time. Challenge them to a battle, trade Pokemon, and much more.
  • Amazing Spider Man (Nintendo 3DS)

    Spider-Man finds himself entangled in more web-slinging action on the 3DS with a storyline that takes place after the events chronicled in 2012's feature film. Unlike the previous game, Spider-Man: Edge of Time, The Amazing Spider-Man has the superhero freely navigating New York City. Players will swing across the streets, skyscrapers, and landmarks of the Big Apple in addition to exploring interior locations and battling an assortment of villains. The action is viewed from a third-person perspective, with players able to use a combination of webbing and melee combat moves to neutralize street thugs, weaponized robots designed by Oscorp Industries, and nemeses such as Rhino.
  • Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion (Nintendo 3DS)

    Punch Time Explosion players can lead techno-wizard Dexter into battle against the Kids Next Door's Numbah One, have Billy and Mandy team up against Mac and his imaginary friend Bloo, or make Ben Tennyson get all Ultimate Alien on Samurai Jack. The fighting game's roster includes heroes and villains from Chowder, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, The Powerpuff Girls, and other classic and contemporary Cartoon Network programs. In addition to standard attacks, different characters have different speeds, strengths, and special moves. Presented with both virtual and stereoscopic 3D graphics, the fighting action plays out on a 2D plane. Many of the battle arenas feature tiered platforms, encouraging Smash Bros.-esque evasive maneuvers and attacks from above. Gamers can test their mettle against computer-controlled opponents, or fight head-to-head over a wireless connection. In a platform-combat style similar to the one-on-one fighting,
  • Castlevania Lords of Shadow Mirror of Fate (Nintendo 3DS)

    Castlevania: Lords of Shadow -- Mirror of Fate reveals the complicated history of the cursed Belmont family as gamers battle demons and confront Dracula through three separate eras. Players take control of Trevor Belmont as he attempts to avenge his mother's death by storming a castle and finding the man who used to be his father. But 30 years later, gamers must raid the castle again, this time as Trevor's son Simon Belmont. Players also engage in a classic mix of platforming and combat as the Belmont patriarch Gabriel and the mysterious vampire knight Alucard.
  • Kid Icarus Uprising (Nintendo 3DS)

    Designed by Kirby and Super Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai, Kid Icarus: Uprising has players alternating between flight sequences and ground-based combat as angelic hero Pit confronts the dark forces of Medusa. In the air, the game is played like a rail-based shooter, with each third-person flight sequence lasting approximately five minutes. On land, players will collect treasures, acquire powerful new weapons, and battle an assortment of creatures inspired by Greek mythology. The game also includes support for team-based multiplayer competition, and players can use specially designed augmented reality cards to engage in battles with 3D characters.
  • LEGO Legends of Chima Lavals Journey (Nintendo 3DS)

    Based on a series of build-block toys about anthropomorphic animal warriors, LEGO Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey. Players take control of the lion Laval as he goes on a quest to discover the secrets of the fabled triple-Chi armor before the wicked crocodile Cragger gets to it first. Gamers can use their stylus and touch screen to jump, climb, swing, fly, and battle across 15 different locations, including the Lion Temple, the Eagle Spire, the Gorilla Forrest, the Rhino Quarry, and the Croc Swamp.     .
  • LEGO The Lord of the Rings (Nintendo 3DS)

    Gamers can relive Peter Jackson's version of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic trilogy (albeit with small plastic blocks and vintage Traveler's Tales humor) as they join Frodo, Aragorn, and the rest of the Fellowship in LEGO The Lord of the Rings. All of Middle-earth has been re-created, even portions not seen in the films, but players follow the general progression of the story, traveling from The Shire all the way to the heart of Mordor. As always, gamers spend much of the adventure switching between characters, dismantling foes, and destroying the environments to earn LEGO studs. There are more than 80 different characters to unlock, including the massive spider Shelob, the frightening Balrog, and the tortured hobbit Gollum, and the game includes dozens of lines of dialogue taken directly from the films. Players can collect Mithril to forge new items in the Blacksmith Shop, and characters gain new weapons
  • Mario Tennis Open (Nintendo 3DS)

    Instantly jump into the multiplayer fun, locally or online, as your Mii or your favorite Mushroom Kingdom character. Discover simple touch screen controls as well as strategic depth with different tennis swings, both which propel the tennis experience into an ever-intensifying crescendo of fun as the volleys go on.
  • Metal Gear Solid 3D Snake Eater (Nintendo 3DS)

    The Cold War saga of Naked Snake brings its complicated Kojima plot to 3DS gamers with stereoscopic 3D action in Metal Gear Solid 3D: Snake Eater. As in the PS2 original, players guide Snake on a mission through dense Soviet jungles to halt the development of a frightening nuclear tank and track down a scientist who wishes to defect. To do this, gamers must remain hidden, eat exotic wildlife, and engage in theatrical boss battles. Special 3DS features include a persistent map/inventory screen, motion controls, and the ability to snap photos to create custom camouflage.
  • Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (Nintendo 3DS)

    Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate combines most of the content from the Wii title Monster Hunter Tri and the Japan-only game "Monster Hunter Portable 3rd" to offer players more than 200 quests full of classic monster-stalking action. As always, gamers take on the role of a hunter and battle large beasts through a variety of locations both on land and in the sea, and then return to their base settlement to take on more quests, exchange goods, purchase items, and upgrade weapons and armor. Multiplayer remains a core part of the Monster Hunter experience, and 3DS gamers can enlist the help of AI companions or join up to three local friends, including Wii U users, to take on tougher monsters, using their touch screen to quickly access books, maps, weapons, and mini-games. Capcom also plans free
  • New Super Mario Bros 2 (Nintendo 3DS)

    Nintendo's flagship franchise returns to its side-scrolling roots with a new focus on coin collection in New Super Mario Bros. 2. Levels are filled with power-ups and classic koopa-kicking, goomba-squashing action as players run, jump, fly, and warp through pipes. New features include the Golden Flower power-up and special rings, which respectively transform blocks and enemies into coins, and a mask that creates a coin trail behind Mario as he runs. The game also offers local wireless two-player co-op action, and asynchronous "Coin Rush" multiplayer competitions via StreetPass.
  • Pokemon X (Nintendo 3DS)

    Pokemon X 3DS Become a Pokemon Trainer and set out for adventure in the visually stunning new Kalos region filled with new Pokemon to catch, trade, and battle. All-new Pokemon and past favorites come to life with detailed graphics and intense 3D battles. In Pokemon-Amie, you can pet, feed, and play with your Pokemon to form a deeper bond, which may benefit you in future battles.
  • Pokemon Y (Nintendo 3DS)

    All-new Pokemon and past favorites come to life with detailed graphics and intense 3D battles. Become a Pokemon Trainer and set out for adventure in a vast and wondrous new region filled with new Pokemon to catch, trade, and battle. In Pokemon-Amie, you can pet, feed, and play with your Pokemon to form a deeper bond, which may benefit you in future battles.Connect and communicate with players around the world at any time. Challenge them to a battle, trade Pokemon, and much more.
  • Resident Evil Revelations (Nintendo 3DS) Misprint Rare

    Designed specifically for the 3DS, Resident Evil: Revelations Designed specifically for the 3DS, Resident Evil: Revelations features a new storyline, locales, and playable characters. Once again players must manage limited resources while trying to survive deadly encounters in a series of atmospheric environments. Jill Valentine, Keith Lumley, and new members of the BSAA task force begin the game searching for a missing Chris Redfield, whose last known whereabouts point to a derelict cruise ship. As players will quickly discover, the cruise ship is anything but abandoned, filled instead with monstrous creatures infected with a virus known as T-Abyss. In addition to the main campaign, Resident Evil: Revelations introduces a raid mode that supports both solo and cooperative play. This mode offers a series of missions in which you must defeat as many enemies as possible to earn experience points and unlock more powerful weapon upgrades. features a

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