D3Publisher Adds Dream Trigger 3D to 3DS ‘Launch Window’

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Not included in the ‘launch window’ game lineup Nintendo announced at last week’s 3DS mega-event, Dream Trigger 3D will be shipping sometime between the system’s real launch on March 27th and E3 in early June, according to a press release issued this week by D3Publisher.

D3Publisher still won’t let us see what Dream Trigger 3D — a game first announced right before the 2010 Christmas holiday — actually looks like, but it is described as a “completely original arcade shooter” that will have players using “sonar abilities to detect sound, exposing colorful enemies, and then blast those into explosive 3D patterns.” In further PR speak, Dream Trigger 3D is said to feature “more than 50 stages that will hypnotize players with a seamless combination of stunning visuals and explosive arcade shooter action” and a “dynamic multi-track musical score providing an unparalleled immersive experience as players destroy enemies, dodge attacks and move through a variety of layered environments that explode off the screen in 3D.”

Sounds like it’ll be a great addition the the 3DS launch arsenal, especially now that Kid Icarus and Ocarina of Time — the two most wanted 3DS games — are officially out of the launch window.

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