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Dated: Kid Icarus, 3DS Circle Pad Pro, and more

2:00 PM on 12.13.2011

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Nintendo has issued its early 2012 videogame release schedule, and believe it or not, there's some quality info lurking in there. The big release is undoubtedly Kid Icarus: Uprising -- it's going to be available for 3DS as of March 23, 2012.

There's also that Circle Pad Pro to worry about (or not). According to Nintendo, the optional add-on is coming to the United States on February 7. It's only being sold through GameStop, both at store locations and online, for $19.99. Okay then!

Another fun surprise is that when Rhythm Heaven Fever releases for Wii on February 13, it'll retail for $29.99. Somewhere, Jonathan Holmes is freaking out. Speaking of the console, we've got Mario Party 9 as well, which is planned for March 11. Be sure to take a look at what's on the way for the eShop.

Nintendo 3DS

  • 2K Play Nicktoons MLB 3D March
  • Capcom Resident Evil® Revelations Feb. 7
  • Konami Digital
  • Entertainment, Inc.
  • METAL GEAR SOLID® 3D Snake Eater Q1
  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 January
  • NAMCO BANDAI
  • Games America Inc.
  • TEKKEN 3D Prime Edition™ February
  • Tales of the Abyss® Feb. 14
  • Nintendo Kid Icarus: Uprising March 23
  • Published by SEGA® of America Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games™ Feb. 14
  • SEGA® of America CRUSH™3D Q1
  • Ubisoft NCIS The Video Game (Based on the TV Series) March 6
  • Horses 3D March 6
  • Funky Barn Q1
  • Rayman® Origins Q1

Nintendo eShop

  • Collecting Smiles Colors! 3D Q1
  • Nicalis VVVVVV Q1
  • NightSky Q1
  • Nintendo Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword Q1
  • Dillon's Rolling Western Q1
  • Kirby's Block Ball™ Q1
  • Renegade Kid Mutant Mudds Q1
  • Shin'en Multimedia Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH Q1
  • Jett Rocket Super Surf Q1
  • WayForward Mighty Switch Force Q1
  • Zen Studios Zen Pinball Q1

Wii

  • 2K Sports MLB 2K12 March 6
  • GameMill Entertainment Country Dance™ Special Edition Feb. 1
  • Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. Karaoke Joysound Q1
  • Nintendo Rhythm Heaven Fever Feb. 13
  • PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond Feb. 27
  • Mario Party 9 March 11

WiiWare

  • Nicalis La Mulana Q1

Nintendo DS Family

  • 2K Sports MLB 2K12 March 6
  • ATLUS Shin Megami Tensei®: Devil Survivor™ 2 February
  • GameMill Entertainment Silverlicious™ March 20
  • Xia Xia™ March 20
  • Gogo's Crazy Bones™ March 20
  • Mentor Interactive Chess for Kids Feb. 14
  • NARABA: The Labyrinth of Light Feb. 21
  • NARABA: The Mysterious Palace Feb. 21

Nintendo DSiWare

  • Cosmigo Box Pusher Q1
  • Cypronia Cake Ninja Q1


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