Six Unannounced 3DS Games We'd Love To See
More Zelda, please, and a side of WarioWare for the kids.
There will be a ton of surprises during next week's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), and Nintendo will be responsible for a good portion of them.
Clearly, the big focus will be on the publisher's mystery console, codenamed Project Cafe, but the 3DS will also receive plenty of attention, especially with Sony's Next Generation Portable (which may be known as Vita) on display.
Of course, Nintendo probably has one or more aces up its sleeve, so on that note, here are six unannounced 3DS games we'd love to see.
With glasses free 3D, a gyroscope and StreetPass, the 3DS is the perfect candidate for a new entry in the beloved WarioWare franchise. Nintendo experimented with giving users the freedom to create their own micro games in last year's D.I.Y., and we can't wait to see where the company takes the series next.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D
Nintendo has taken great care enhancing Ocarina of Time for 3DS, so giving Majora's Mask a much-needed facelift makes sense. Not only would it give the system's portfolio a boost, but thousands of younger gamers would also be able to experience this classic for the first time, putting masks on Link to transform the hero into different beings.
With 3DS on the market, it's only a matter of time before there's a Pokemon adventure, and E3's the perfect time to reveal the newest chapter. Special attacks would look incredible on the system's screen, while StreetPass opens the door for innovative ways to wirelessly communicate with other players.
Barring some Project Cafe announcement, the Metroid franchise appears to be in limbo, or is it? We endured the so-so Metroid Prime Pinball and Metroid Prime Hunters on DS. That aside, Nintendo should give us a more traditional adventure starring bounty hunter Samus Aran, complete with gorgeous 2D or even 3D graphics.
Everyone's favorite puffball made a grand entrance on DS in Kirby: Canvas Curse, which gave players a new way to control Nintendo's hungriest character. It would be great for Kirby to make a similar splash on 3DS, sending everyone on another imaginative journey through Dream Land.
We've given up hope for a new F-Zero on the Wii. Instead, we'd much rather see a sequel on 3DS. Nintendo's futuristic racing series made two pit stops on the Game Boy Advance and received critical acclaim. We can only imagine what a newer title would be like in 3D.