Namco Bandai Publishing Double Pen Sports For Nintendo 3DS

By Ishaan . October 3, 2010 . 3:05pm

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Amidst Namco Bandai’s 3DS line-up, we also spotted an original game: Double Pen Sports, a game that requires you to use the stylus for control. The catch is that you’ll have to play Double Pen with your 3DS resting on a table, as the game requires you to make use of both hands.

 

So far, screenshots of soccer and archery events have been released. While there’s only screenshots of the 3DS top screen below, you can find the UI touchscreen shots at 4Gamer.

 

Double Pen Sports is developed by Indies Zero, who also produced Electroplankton and Retro Game Challenge.

 

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  • http://www.ukanime.com abigsmurf

    Gah, first Namco title that isn’t a port and it’s a uninspired wii sports type game?

    Won’t these games lose 95% of their fun when you’re playing by yourself?

    • Yesshua

      I used to think that, but I’ve actually had a lot of fun playing Wii Sports Bowling and the Tennis challenges all on my lonesome. Golf also seems best played alone.

      That’s just my experience though, and Wii sports is the only “Sports Mix” game I’ve played.

  • http://myanimelist.net/animelist/OnyxSyaoran OnyxSyaoran

    Oh well, if this game makes it to America and Tales of the Abyss don’t… I will lose all my respect for this company…
    P.D. I want Tales of Graces in English! xD

    • Dimentionalist

      Graces f would be amazing… some idiot spoiled me on some aspects of the story, but not everything, so now I’m even more curious!

  • kupomogli

    And so it begins. Looks like developers are already starting to abandon the DS. Other than the 3D graphics this game more than likely could be put on the DS.

  • http://tristsantithesis.tumblr.com/ Tsunayoshi Sawada

    Great now this game shows off just with the 3DS can do! Look at those awesome graphics! Namco Bandai sure does good!

  • lostinblue

    Right now every Namco offering on the 3DS lets a lot to be desired. I can’t figure what they’re thinking.

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