Nintendo is hoping that the launch of Super Mario 3D Land will cause popularity of the Nintendo 3DS to become “explosively widespread”.
Furthermore, Iwata says that he hopes that the game’s success will dispel reports suggesting that the era of game-dedicated devices such as the 3DS and upcoming PlayStation Vita is coming to an end.
“After the launch of “Super Mario 3D Land,” we would like the Nintendo 3DS to become explosively widespread and sweep away some reports that game-dedicated devices are coming to an end,” said Iwata speaking to investors this week.
Super Mario 3D Land is hitting all regions this month but will be on UK shelves on November 18.
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