Nintendo Universe writes:
Following Game Freak director Junichi Masuda’s announcement that Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 are set to release in Japan this June, an official website has been launched for the titles.
This is another site that has confused me and many other Nintendo supporters that thought it was announced for the Nintendo 3DS. Either way this game will carry the tradition of great Nintendo exclusives. It will go on to drive massive sales and put Nintendo as a whole in a great financial space.
yes it will
Rated E for Everyone. ;)
On the main site in the bottom right it says something with 3DS in the middle. I can't read Japanese though D:
I was stoned by the crowd earlier for stating that this was another entry to the Nintendo 3DS's library of award winning exclusives. But can you blame me for thinking that? On the description of this page as well, clear as day it says 3DS. Anyone could have made the simple mistake that i made. Instead of people laughing it off and simply showing me the truth. I was tormented by the people. None of that really matters in the long run. All that matters is that Nintendo got another great game on its hands. More love to give to all of us fans that know where real gaming comes from. Rated E for Everyone
Good to see Nintendo still supporting the DS. Can't say the same for the Wii..
you mean with dragon quest X?
Not in Japan. Edit oh, yeah. DQ10.
Project Rainfall games? There are a few games still being squeezed out of the old fogey that is the Nintendo Wii. But dont forget that Nintendo has moved most of its famous over achieving talent to the Nintendo Wii U. It has been 6 years that the Wii has been laying it down for gamers world wide of all ages. People these days expect consoles to go on forever. People act as if they are afraid to take the next step into a new generation. Nintendo has is and always will be about innovation and taking the next step. So this year when we all get our lucky hands on the Nintendo Wii U entertainment system. You will be happy and grateful that Nintendo took that next step that others seem scared to take. Rated E for Everyone
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