It always makes me think that Tekken's low-mid-high type of gameplay was inspired by this game back in the NES days. One of the first fighting games to grace the NES platform, Urban Champion makes a comeback as 3D Classics Urban Champion.
Xevious is an old-time top-down shooter from Namco released back in 1982. Namco, now Namco Bandai brings us a re-imagination of this game in 3D and makes it available as a downloadable game on the Nintendo eShop as 3D Classics Xevious.
On August 10, 2011 another classic game came back to life. 3D Classics Twin Bee came out in the Japan eShop. Twinbee is a top-down shooter from Konami released back in 1986 for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It's really hard to tell what's new in this game
A Tekken game is coming its way to the 3DS! This is so far the second Tekken game that will grace a Nintendo platform in history, Tekken Advance for the Game Boy Advance being the first one. The game will be called Tekken 3D Prime Edition.
So far, the 3DS's AR (Augmented Reality) feature has been used very little to play games. So far, the only game that I know which uses it is the 3DS's built-in games called AR game (which required an AR card) as well Face Raiders (which only required the camera and some space to move around). Majesco Entertainment took an interest and decides to take things further with their upcoming AR game called The Hidden.
Nintendo recently announced that the Super Mario 3D Land (the new Super Mario) release date will be sometime in November followed by Mario Kart 7 in December and Kid Icarus : Uprising sometime during the Holiday season.