New Nintendo 3DS games to be announced this week include: Super Mario Maker (March 11) The New Nintendo eShop will have an expanded range of 3DS titles, with new titles including the highly anticipated Super Mario Land, Luigi’s Mansion 3D, and Donkey Kong Country Returns.
The New 3DS will also have its own dedicated eShop for Nintendo 3ds, which will be free.
The Wii U eShop also sees a significant increase in titles, as well as a handful of third-party titles for Nintendo Switch.
New Nintendo Wii U games include The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (March 12) and Pokemon X and Y (March 19).
Nintendo Switch is also getting a big update, with a new console launching on March 12.
The new console is the new Nintendo 3D Vision Edition, which features motion-capture technology that will let gamers experience more virtual worlds.
The Nintendo Switch console is scheduled to be released on March 31 in the US and April 1 in the UK.
New 3D titles for the Nintendo Switch include a Mario Kart 8 Deluxe title, which includes Mario Kart 7, Mario Kart DS, and the first three Mario Kart games, plus a Mario Golf series title for Nintendo GameCube.
New Mario Kart Wii title Mario Kart: Super Circuit is due out on April 10.
Nintendo 3rd party 3DS title Mario Tennis Open for Nintendo3DS is due to launch on March 13.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii title Super Mario Odyssey is due in June, and is slated to release in the Nintendo 3.2-inch format.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 2DS is slated for release on March 17.
The Switch game lineup will be expanded on March 24 with a handful more titles.
The eShop is also scheduled to launch a new 3D Mario game this week, along with Mario Kart 9, Super Mario 3D World, and more.
3DS eShop titles are expected to include Mario Kart, Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D and more, as are some other third-parties, including Mario Party 10 and Mario Party 11.
The 3DS system’s new features will allow players to customize the 3D experience, which can include custom characters, modes, and modes for the games they purchase.
3D games will also be able to be downloaded from the eShop, though they will only work with the system’s GameLink cable, which is currently only supported on Wii U and 3DS.