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Okamiden Coming To 3DS?

A listing on Capcom's press site may be a sign of its coming.

While browsing the Capcom press page for new Okamiden media, an interesting listing was discovered.

Okamiden is listed for the Nintendo 3DS along with the current DS system. The 3DS title did not have a listed release date, while the standard DS version is listed for March 15, as has already been announced. Despite the unique listing, the fact sheet on the Okamiden 3DS page is identical to the standard DS fact sheet and does not list any 3DS specific features.

This could be a technical mistake as there is also a DS listing for the 3DS title, Resident Evil: Revelations, however no 3DS listing for the title exists at all. Additionally, comments made last year by Capcom producers have indicated their interest in having an Okami/Okamiden game on the 3DS. Capcom may have decided to release a special edition of Okamiden for the 3DS.

According to our Capcom contact, "this might just be a system error," but no official confirmation or denial was made.



Matt R Staff Alumnus

02/17/2011 at 09:49 PM


Jason Ross Senior Editor

02/17/2011 at 10:06 PM




Matt R Staff Alumnus

02/17/2011 at 10:13 PM


Nick DiMola Director

02/18/2011 at 01:24 AM

I'm really hoping this is legit. Chessa and I will still be getting it on the DS anyway, but a 3DS version would be pretty sweet regardless.

Based on how quickly I got a response from our Capcom rep (at an odd hour of the night at that), I'm thinking that there might be some validity to this listing.

Joaquim Mira Media Manager

02/18/2011 at 02:30 AM

Oh snap, I've been wishing for something like this to happen to Okamiden, and it might just happen. Just another reason to hold myself from buying a 3DS.

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