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10/25 North American Nintendo Direct

By Kevin on Oct 24 2012 07:01 PM
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Just announced approximately fifteen minutes ago, Nintendo of America will be having a Nintendo Direct tomorrow, October 25th, 2012. The Nintendo Direct will start at at 7AM PST (Pacific Standard Time) or 10AM EST (Eastern Standard Time). According to the Tweet, we'll see information on upcoming Nintendo 3DS games.

Nintendo #3DS fans – want more info on upcoming games? Tune in to #NintendoDirectNA tomorrow at 7AM PT on http://Nintendo.com!



Source: Nintendo of America Tweet


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Thank you, I will do that for sure! Always the best news, help and information here...

View PostLadiSanchez, on 24 October 2012 - 07:20 PM, said:

Thank you, I will do that for sure! Always the best news, help and information here...

Thanks for the kind words. We do our best.
Great! more 3DS news! I will be sure to tune in :)
ANIMAL CROSSING ??????

DarthArk, on 24 October 2012 - 07:41 PM, said:

ANIMAL CROSSING ??????

You are way to hopeful. I am not getting my hopes up for that game just to have them squashed.

That being said I am very curious about what they will share.
woo hoo, animal crossings: New Leaf, can't wait to get that!!

View PostDarthArk, on 24 October 2012 - 07:41 PM, said:

ANIMAL CROSSING ??????

Well you were right! :)

View PostLadiSanchez, on 25 October 2012 - 11:18 AM, said:

woo hoo, animal crossings: New Leaf, can't wait to get that!!

I know huh? Such a better name than Animal Crossing: Jump Out! (Japan) in my opinion. I know so much about this game already from the Japanese videos and the translations. I simply cannot wait for it. I hope to find bunches of people to play online with. :)
I'm curious as to what name Nintendo of Europe will give Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Our game names tend to be similar to, or exactly the same as, the Japanese titles.
If anyone missed this Nintendo Direct, I have posted the YouTube video in the original posting. Overall, I was quite impressed with the information that was presented.