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Submitted by Mariye 837d ago | opinion piece

10 3DS games we want to see at E3 2013

From the article, "I’ve decided to go over 10 3DS games we know are either in development or on their way to North America. I’ll sum them up, say why we should want to see them at E3 this year and then get into whether an appearance would be plausible or not. Read on, and maybe you’ll learn something." (3DS, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, Dragon Quest VII: Warriors of Eden, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, Monster Hunter 4, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, Pokemon X and Y, Shin Megami Tensei 4)

kalkano  +   838d ago
I'll be pissed if DQ7 doesn't make it to the U.S. I don't think SquareEnix can afford any more black eyes like that.

Also, I'm hoping for a Golden Sun 4. Or, even better, a Golden Sun: Tactics type game, so we can finally have the Shining Force that Sega refuses to give us.
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