Nintendo to spotlight 'a new 3DS game' at special E3 event

Mystery title to get its own Q&A event at the June expo

Nintendo will shine the spotlight on a 'new game for 3DS' at E3 with its very own press event.

The platform holder has begun inviting press to two Q&A events to take place during E3. One will focus on the highly anticipate all-star brawler, Super Smash Bros., while the other will apparently spotlight "A new game for 3DS".


While the firm offers no further information on the game, one can at least safely assume the firm would not host an entire event for anything less than a major title for the handheld.

The platform has already been graced with new games in the firm's top franchises, such as Mario Kart, Zelda, Super Mario and numerous others.

Nintendo recently permanently cut the prices of five flagship 3DS games. Mario Kart 7, Super Mario 3D Land, New Super Mario Bros. 2, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D are now be available at retail and on the Nintendo eShop for $29.99 each, down from the usual $39.99 price.

US retailer Target is also currently selling Nintendo 2DS units for a mere $99 until Saturday, May 17.