Hudson Bringing Bonk, Tetris, And Omega Five To 3DS

By Spencer . October 18, 2010 . 2:12am

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Hudson Soft’s slate of Nintendo 3DS games goes beyond Bomberman and Deca Sports Extreme. Their Nintendo 3DS page lists six games including Omega Five (temporary title).

 

Natsume developed Omega Five for Hudson and it’s available on Xbox Live Arcade right now. The auto-side scrolling shooter lets players pick Tempest, a multi-armed alien who can reflect bullets, or Ruby, a female character that fires an anchor weapon that latches on to enemies. Omega Five also has a flying samurai who uses a sword, which makes it one of the wackier shooters in years. It isn’t clear if the Nintendo 3DS game is a port or something new. No details have been released, aside from a product page that says Omega Five (temporary title).

 

Hudson also has Bonk (temporary title) and Tetris (temporary title) in the pipeline too. That makes sense since the Tetris Party WiiWare game was a Hudson project.

 

Here’s a list of Hudson’s games with temporary titles and rough timelines.

 

Spring
Kororinpa series
Deca Sports Extreme
Omega Five

 

2011
Bomberman
Bonk
Tetris


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  • http://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=2704923 Buntar0

    Kororinpa is the big news for me. It was announced shortly after the first 3DS presentation, but it’s good to see temp. date for it. I just hope it controls nearly as good as the first one or the unlockable marbles in part 2.

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

    Maybe of bomberman full on platformer?

    Anyway, I guess Im intrigued how a side scrolling shooter will work on the 3DS in 3D; explosions will look awesome I think (particles from blasts may “pop out” in our faces, which would be mindblowing on a handheld, lol)

  • Kacho_ON

    i hope the Tetris game is going to be like the one for Virtual Boy
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyEMOD1kJMo

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