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Submitted by Gekko 896d ago | opinion piece

5 Big Japanese Games That Are Coming To Your 3DS

Thomas East: ''As those who watched Nintendo Direct will know, things will get even better later in the year when the likes of Mario And Luigi: Dream Team, Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Mario Golf: World Tour are released.

Satoru Iwata recently talked up the possibility of more Japanese developed games being released in the UK and this can only be a good thing. Hopefully, it also means we won't suffer from the drought of releases we're currently encountering on Wii U. We saw some evidence of this during Nintendo Direct with the likes of Etrian Odyssey IV and Project X Zone being showcased.

Now all we need is for Nintendo to announce that Fantasy Life, Dragon Quest VII, Bravely Default, Professor Layton Vs Phoenix Wright and Ace Attorney 5 for release in the UK. Until then, here are five big Japanese games that you should look forward to.'' (3DS, Code of Princess, Etrian Odyssey IV, Inazuma Eleven 3: Sekai e no Chousen, Project X Zone, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked)

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