Tekken! It's coming to the 3DS as well and holy crap it looks gorgeous, even in 3D! All the action on the top screen for Tekken 3D Prime Edition is done in 60 frames per second so the action looks very fluid and crisp. As for the bottom screen, Namco is taking a page from Capcom's book by setting four touch buttons to perform quick and easy combo attacks. The four touch screen buttons may even be customizable by the player, but Namco hasn't settled on whether they'll allow users to create custom attacks in the final game.
Nintendo's big release schedule for Never Alone, Don't Starve, and lots of other indies
12:45 PM on 03.04.2015