Nintendo Announces New DS Titles

Nintendo Announces New DS Titles


Nintendo today announced 60 titles that will be available for the Nintendo DS system. Nintendo has received support from software publishers worldwide, over 120 games are currently in development, below is a partial list of games currently in development for the dual-screened handheld.

Atari, Inc.
— Atari Classics

Atlus USA
— Caduceus
— Snowboard Kids DS
— Plus three additional titles in development

Bandai Entertainment Inc.
— Meteos
— Mobile Suit Gundam Seed
— Plus one additional title in development

Capcom Entertainment, Inc.
— Mega Man Battle Network
— Viewtiful Joe
— Plus one additional title in development

Electronic Arts
— GoldenEye
— Madden NFL
— Need For Speed Underground
— Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf
— The URBZ: Sims in the City

Hudson Soft Co., Ltd.
— Bomberman

Koei Co., Ltd.
— Dynasty Warriors (working title)
— Plus two additional titles in development

Konami Digital Entertainment
— Boktai (working title)
— Castlevania (working title)
— Dragon Booster (working title)
— Frogger 2005 (working title)
— Survival Kids (working title)
— World Soccer Winning Eleven series (working title)
— Vandal Hearts (working titles)
— WINX (working title)
— Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour

— Moonlight Fables
— Nanostray
— Plus at least three additional titles in development

Namco Hometek Inc.
— New Mr. Driller (working title)
— Pac ‘n Roll (working title)
— Pac-Pix (working title)

Orbital Media
— Four titles in development, including the genres of action platformer, strategy role-playing, combat racing and family.

SEGA of America, Inc.
— Project Rub (working title)
— Sonic DS (working title)

Square Enix Co., Ltd.
— A new story of Secret of Mana
— A new story of Slime Morimori Dragon Quest
— Dragon Quest Monsters series
— Egg Monster Heroes
— Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles series

Summitsoft Corporation
— Air Assault 2
— Organizer Plus

Tecmo, Inc.
— Monster Rancher
— Plus one additional title in development

Telegames, Inc.
— Ultimate Brain Games
— Ultimate Card Games
— Ultimate Pocket Games

— SpongeBob SquarePants
— Plus five additional titles in development

Ubisoft Entertainment
— Asphalt GT
— Rayman
— Plus additional titles in development, including a major movie license for early 2005

Vivendi Universal Games
— Robots