Nov 04 AT 12:55 PM Taylor Wimberly 12 Comments

Capcom, Konami, and Namco announce 3D games for Android

What good are glasses-free 3D displays without some games to show them off? Japanese publisher Capcom just announced they are turning several of their popular franchises into 3D Android games, which include Mega Man, Ghosts ‘n Goblins: Gold Knights, and Resident Evil: Degeneration.

The three Capcom games will be pre-installed on Sharp’s new 3D phones, but hopefully they will make their way to some other handsets as well.

In addition to Capcom, we learned Konami will be releasing Mobile Powerful Pro Baseball 3D, Namco Bandai is readying Taiko Drum Master, and GungHo and Gamearts are working on a new Silpheed game called Silpheed Alternative.

As more old-school publishers come to Android, it gets me more and more excited for Tegra 2 devices and the PlayStation phone.

Which classic franchises would you like to see on your phone? I’ll take Street Fighter from Capcom, Time Crisis and Tekken from Namco, and give me some Contra and Metal Gear from Konami.

Via: Adriasang

Source: Capcom

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