When the puzzle-platformer title Crush was first released for the PlayStation Portable back in 2007, it received positive reviews and even went on to be awarded the PSP Game of the Month award by IGN. Now it appears that the PSP game is heading to the Nintendo 3DS.
According to Jared Rosenberg over on the nintendoworldreport.com website, SEGA has recently announced that the Crush3D game will be launched for the Nintendo 3DS on September 6th in North America, and 9th September in both Europe and Australia.
Crush3D is a puzzle-platformer game, which enables players to switch between 2D and 3D perspectives, similar to the Super Paper Mario game. SEGA promises that the 3DS port will come with a host of new features, including new areas and characters and a brand new hint system.
The upcoming game will also take advantage of Street Pass, enabling gamers to leave hidden gifts in the game’s levels for their friends to collect. The game will of course feature full 3D graphics, making complete use of the Nintendo 3DS system’s capabilities.
Gary Knight – Senior Vice President of Marketing at SEGA West – said that the Crush3D game would give gamers the opportunity to experience the critically acclaimed Crush concept in full 3D. Are you excited about the upcoming release of the new Nintendo 3DS title?
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