During E3, Nintendo touted that the Nintendo 3DS would play host an amazing assortment of high quality third party titles in addition to Nintendo produced titles. One of those publishers that was announced to be working on the 3DS is Capcom with two of their premiere franchises.
Below, take a peek at the first trailer for Resident Evil: Revalations. Though these cinematics will not reflect actual gameplay, it already has lit a fire under us for the chance to finally play a Resident Evil game without the need for a multi-thousand dollar PC configuration or those ridiculous glasses.
Last year’s Resident Evil 5 in stereoscopic 3D for PC was an impressive sight to behold, but unfortunately it was not an easy barrier of entry considering the powerful PC needed to run it smoothly. Now, Chris and Jill return to the series in handheld 3D glory. If the 3DS can pull off these cut scenes shown in the trailer in 3D, consider us impressed.
Street Fighter has been a staple of the video game world for more than a decade. This past year, the series was reinvigorated with the release of Street Fighter IV. Coming to both the XBox 360 and PlayStation 3, the game was later ported successfully to a touch screen iPhone version. Now, seeing how the game could thrive in the handheld market, Capcom is bringing it to the 3DS with the tentatively titled Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition.
The screens below show some of the Street Fighter favorites like Ryu, Cammy and Guile taking it to each other, though sadly we can’t show it to you in its full 3D glory.
Take a peek below and let us know what you think of both of these impressive 3DS titles and check back for more news on Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition, Resident Evil: Revelations and the Nintendo 3DS.