3ds release before 2017|Which one Sky3ds+ can play on 3DS 11.1 or 11.x?
Posted on July 5, 2016 | By firstname.lastname@example.org
Right here, share you the upcoming big 3DS Games before next year 2017, in the mean time, whether they can be supported by Sky3ds+ card on 3DS V11.1 or higher version, I will give you reply too.
Big 3DS Release before 2017 in NA/EU
Monster Hunter Generations [3DS]
Date: 15th July (NA and EU)
The localised name for Monster Hunter X (Cross), this is a significant and ambitious entry for the series as it plays up to nostalgia with re-imagined past-generation villages and monsters, but also delivers a lot of new content. The ‘Prowler’ campaign allows you to fight as a Palico, while four distinct hunting styles speed up and evolve the core fighting mechanics. We just recently wrote an extensive preview to tell you all about it.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force (and Blast Ball) [3DS]
Date: 19th August (NA) / 2nd September (EU)
Oh yes, we’re standing by this one. This is a title that wasn’t exactly warmly welcomed following its E3 2015 reveal, yet it is the latest project from Next Level Games, a studio that’s done terrific work with Nintendo’s franchises and most recently brought us Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon. The art style and the idea that the next Metroid Prime will be a co-op portable shooter starring chibi-style Federation Force troopers is hardly what fans had in mind, but this could actually be a good game at its core. Time will tell, and we’re keen to give it a chance.
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past [3DS]
Date:16th September (NA and EU)
This remake / port has been long in demand by Western audiences, and so Square Enix delighted many when teaming up with Nintendo to make it a reality. StreetPass will feature to add even more dungeons and a number of tweaks were made to make the title more welcoming ahead of its previous release in Japan, including the removal of random encounters. We were rather impressed in our recent first impressions article.
Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 [3DS]
Date: 30th September (NA)
Arguments can be made for some in the Honourable Mentions to nick this spot, but this writer loved the original so much that an executive decision was made. Its release date is a recent announcement, and it seems likely PAL territories won’t be far behind, with the game coming to the eShop solus and to stores in a double pack with the original. Yacht Club Games is publishing and Inti Creates is developing once again, which gives us confidence, and it’ll even have its own anime series later in the year.
Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse [3DS]
Date: Q3 (NA)
Perhaps a slightly controversial inclusion in the main list due to the fact that its localised version is only confirmed for North America so far, we nevertheless felt it deserved better than the Honourable Mentions list. Originally called Shin Megami Tensei IV: Final in Japan, this ties into events from Shin Megami Tensei IV, though you don’t necessarily have to play that one first; it has a plot and characters that partially overlap. For fans of the series it also offers a few twists to the gameplay formula; we enjoyed a recent dabble with it at E3.
Mario Party Star Rush [3DS]
Date: 7th October (EU) / 4th November (NA)
Sure, this one lifted its box art from SpagettiOs, but nevertheless it was a pleasant surprise out of E3. The focus of this entry and in particular one of its Toad-heavy main modes is to take away any sense of waiting around, appeasing complaints from other recent entries. The prospect of moving and playing at the same time as others, while elbowing them in the ribs during minigames, is promising. After all, a bit of extra chaos in a party is rarely a bad thing.
Pokémon Sun and Moon [3DS]
Date: 18th November (NA) / 23rd November (EU)
Since the announcement earlier this year The Pokémon Company has been cranking up the hype machine, unveiling plenty of details for these November titles. In recent-ish times we’ve seen the game’s world, been introduced to its cast and quirky new take on the Pokédex, and also started to see a number of new ‘mon. These games pretty much sell themselves, and Nintendo will certainly be hoping that’s the case as they arrive in the crowded Holiday season.
Sky3ds+ hacks 3DS V11.1, 11.2 to more higher firmware version?
In theory, the update of 3DS Firmware has no affect on Sky3ds+ card. If Nintendo wants to block the 3ds card, it has to change or add some thing to retail game cartridge not the 3ds firmware. Because Sky3ds plus plays games on 3DS not via any exploit but by emulating the 3ds retail game card. So every time 3DS System is updated, whether or not it change or improve what, the Sky3ds and Sky3ds+ cards are working on Nintendo 3DS family consoles as well as before. So for conclusion, I can show you the Sky3ds+ compatibility for 3DS Firmware versions.
- 3DS V11.1, 11.2, 11.3, 11.4, 11.5 to more higher versions
- 3DS V11.0 to V9.2
- 3DS V9.2 to V4.1
- 3DS V4.1 to V1.0
- 3DS, 3DS XL/NEW3DS, NEW 3DS XL/2DS consoles
Sky3ds+ supports 3DS Games released in 2015, 2016 or 2017?
Accoring to the official site, Sky3ds+ with firmware to use without game limit and updated regularly gamelist file. But, can we really play 3ds games released in 2015, 2016 and 2017 by Sky3ds+, let me show you here.
Sky3ds+ and 2015 3ds games: Aftet testing, Sky3ds+ can play 2015 3ds games such as Xenoblade Chronicles 3D,LEGO Jurassic World, Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight, Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX, Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows, The Legend of Legacy, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon.
Sky3ds+ and 2016 3ds games: Aftet tesing, Sky3ds+ can play 2016 3ds games such as Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, Project X Zone 2, Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest,Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Hyrule Warriors Legends, Bravely Second: End Layer, Pokemon Rumble World, Pocket Card Jockey.
Sky3ds+ and 2017 3ds games
The following are 3ds titles may released in 2017 or later, I can’t assure that Sky3ds plus will support it or not. But I can say if there is no new Anti Piracy check in the 2017 3ds games, Sky3ds+ will be more likely to support them on 3DS/N3DS/2DS console in the next year. When these games are released, SKY-3DS.COM will test them with Sky3ds+ card and show you video in the site, so always keep an eye one us, you will know which are the latest and hottest 3DS GAMES you can play with Sky3ds+.
- Etrian Odyssey V
- Dragon Quest XI (dream scenario)
- Yokai watch 3
- Monster Hunter Stories
- Dragon Quest XI
- Story of Seasons Trio of Towns
- Ever Oasis