Time to forget about PS4! For Nintendo had their own software showcase this morning at 11am UK time. In a special Japanese edition of Nintendo Direct, President Satoru Iwata showed off third-party developed 3DS games. Missed the show? You can catch up now.
Obviously it's in Japanese but you can read more about the 10 biggest stories from the show below
1. Tomadachi Collection
The show began with Iwata showing off Tomadachi Collection 3DS. It's a bit like The Sims with Miis as you interact with your friend's Miis. They all live in an apartment so, unlike it the Sims, you won't be building. It will be released for 3DS in Japan on 18 April.
2. Zelda Orcale Of Ages/Oracle Of Seasons
Iwata confirmed that the classic Game Boy Color adventures Zelda: Oracle Of Ages/Oracle Of Seasons will be coming to the 3DS Virtual Console in Japan in March.
3. Professor Layton And The Azran Legacies
The final Professor Layton game was showcased with a new trailer. Apparently it will feature 500 new puzzles but we imagine that that will include daily downloads.
4. Ghost World Watch
A new game from Level 5. You play as a young boy named Keita who is followeda round by a cute ghost in this RPG. It features 3-on-3 battles with monsters. That cat's attack is awesome!
5. Nameko Multiplies
This is a smartphone puzzler that's coming to 3DS. You have to match tiles to eliminate them. It's out on 28 February in Japan.
6. Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission
Dragon Ball returns to Nintendo's handheld on 28 February in Japan. You can create a team of five characters using cards in this card battling game. Dragon Ball fans should know that it includes voice acting and there is a Story mode.
7. Super Robot Wars UX
Next we saw more of Super Robot Wars UX which is coming to 3DS along with a limited edition 3DS XL on 14 March. Super Robot Wars Taisen UX is the first game in the Strategy RPG series to be released on 3DS. It is a series that began on Game Boy in 1991 but don't expect the 3DS edition to come to the UK as only a few games in the series have been released outside of Japan, including Super Robot Taisen for GBA and Endless Frontier: Super Robot Taisen OG Saga for Nintendo DS. Both were released by Atlus in the US.
The second title in Level 5's collection of games from famous Japanese developers is coming to the eShop in Japan. Guild01 was released as a single game in the country but the individual titles were released for the eShop in Europe. Nintendo is following a similar model in Japan, releasing the games individually.
Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune is in on the act this time, creating a game featuring a tiny tanks which you can control and take out insects.
There's also a game from My Summer Vacation creator Kazu Ayabe called The Friday When Monsters Appear featuring, erm, monsters who appear every Friday. They show up in a 1960s-style town that's populated by children in awe of Ultraman-style heroes of the day.
Chunsoft writers Takemaru Abiko and Kazuya Asano have also created a game called Alone about someone who wakes up in a dark room with no memories.
There's also a game called Spaceship Damray
9. Shin Megami Tensei IV
Another game that comes with its own limited edition 3DS XL, Shin Megami Tensei IV looks beautiful. You play as a young boy who fights demons with your own demons that you summon from your computer wristband. It features over 400 demons.
10. Monster Hunter 4 trailer
You don't need me to tell you how amazing it looks. Go and see for yourself!
Which of these games would you like to be released in the UK?
[ Source: Translations: Cheesemeister3K Twitter ]