Nintendo announced the game for Western release during a short Nintendo Direct presentation today.
Level 5 International America are teasing... something.
Bakemonogatari Portable brings the quirky anime to PSP, while Nippon Ichi's Special Report Division releases on Vita.
Meanwhile, other titles like The Little Battlers: Explosive Boost and Rune Factory 4 continue to perform admirably.
Level 5's long-awaited sci-fi adventure finally debuts on the 3DS and Vita.
Sales tracker, Media Create, report that Etrian Odyssey IV sold through 75.68% of its shipment.
(Technically, however, anarchy didn't reign at all. Etrian Odyssey and The Little Battlers: Explosive Boost did pretty well, though.)
The Little Battlers Explosive Boost contains both updates of its own as well as a few from The Little Battlers W.
New footage of Level 5's enhanced version of The Little Battlers Boost for 3DS.
The Little Battlers: Explosive Boost has been updated with 3D graphics, new LBX machines, and all of the LBXes from the most recent ...
Also, Level-5 is adding new LBXs to The Little Battlers: Explosive Boost on 3DS.
First screenshots of the Little Battlers battling on the 3DS.
New The Little Battlers games are headed to the Nintendo 3DS and PSP, according to CoroCoro magazine.