RUMOR: Smash Bros, Harvest Moon, More 3DS Games Get Tentative Release Dates

Monday, April 21st, 2014

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3DS Super Smash Bros and More Get Tentative Release Dates | oprainfall

Over the weekend, wholesale distributor Video Products Distributors listed release dates for several upcoming 3DS games. There are a few big names included in the listings, as well as some still unannounced titles. The games and their listed release dates are below.

  • Super Smash Bros. [August 26, 2014]
  • Harvest Moon: The Lost Vall [October 7,2014]
  • Adventure Time 3 [November 18, 2014]
  • Cartoon Network Arcade [October 28, 2014]
  • Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appetit [October 14, 2014]

Until there are official announcements it will be difficult to know how accurate these dates are, but several of them seem pretty plausible. The Super Smash Bros. release date lines up with the “Summer 2014” announcement made by Nintendo in their Smash-centric Nintendo Direct. Harvest Moon: The Lost Vall (might be a typo on VPD’s part, could be the word “Valley”) could be either an unannounced entry in the series or, more likely, the localized title for Linking The New World, the Harvest Moon game released in Japan last February. And while there haven’t been any details on it, a new Adventure Time game is always welcome.

We’ll keep an eye on these games and provide updates when we get an official word on any of them.

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  • James Best

    I’d rather see Smash come out sooner.

  • Joseph Foley

    The sooner smash comes out I would like but there’s one reason and one reason alone to why I want it after E3. is there is more to reveal. While I understand Sakurai doesn’t want to reveal a ton of info which he already has. I believe that E3 would be prime for this considering theres a still a ton of hidden info about the games. Keep in mind in the direct he said something on the lines of the connection thing between the 3ds and Wii U version even though the roster will be same but stages will be different and said that he will reveal more info on a later date. Overall theres a ton of info that still could be shared to the fans. Like others I would rather have a game be delayed a little bit if it meant the best possible outcome.