Nintendo is currently holding its annual Nintendo World conference in Tokyo and a huge amount of information on the 3DS has been released in conjunction with the event.
After the cut you’ll find the full launch line-up for Japan as well as details about the 3DS previously unreleased.
On February 26, Japanese players will be able to pick up the following games with their newly purchased 3DS:
Nintendogs + Cats (Nintendo)
Winning Eleven 3DSoccer (Konami)
Combat of Giants Dinosaur 3D (Ubisoft)
Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition (Capcom)
Samurai Warriors Chronicle (Tecmo Koei)
Puzzle Bobble 3D (Square Enix)
Riiiiiiiiidge Raceeeeerrrrr 3D (Namco Bandai)
Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask (Level-5)
European and American release details are expected at Nintendo’s 3DS launch event in Amesterdam on January 19.
Nintendo’s first-party lineup schedule for Japan also boasts some decent promises, though god knows how long it will take those games to reach Western shores. Steel Diver, Pilot Wings Resort and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D have all been set for a tentative “Spring 2011″ release date. Star Fox 64 3D and Kid Icarus: Uprising won’t released until “Summer 2011″.
3D editions of Mario Kart, Animal Crossing and Paper Mario have all been anounced, but release dates are still TBA.
Nintendo also showed off what comes with the 3DS in the box, as well as battery life features and built in software:
Nintendo 3DS body
Nintendo 3DS charger stand
AC adapter for Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo 3DS dedicated stylus
SD Memory Card (2 GB)
6 AR cards
Quick Start Guide
Nintendo 3DS cameras
Nintendo 3DS sound
Mii Plaza chance encounter
Kiro book please remember, shooting and face
3-5 hours for 3DS games, but slider position details not known
5-8 hours for DS games
Roughly 3 hours to charge
The low amount of battery life makes me a sad panda! But here’s a video of this sweet, sweet new piece of gaming bliss: