Nintendo Announces Fossil Fighters: Frontier for the Nintendo 3DS

Fossil Fighters: Frontier Box Art

Today, Nintendo of America announced that Fossil Fighter: Frontier would be headed to the Nintendo 3DS family of portable handheld consoles later next year.

Fossil Fighers: Frontier delivers a first: Players can now hop into their vehicles and drive around exotic locations to excavate fossils, which transform into real-life dinosaurs known as Vivosaurs. Players battle their Vivosaur with wild Vivosaurs they encounter on digging adventures.

While driving, players will set off radar blasts to help discover dinosaur fossils. Different buggies possess different features. A racing buggy, for example, goes fast and allows players to reach faraway places, while a carrier buggy is great for transporting more items. Players will also get a chance to Unearth ancient dinosaur fossils that come to life and transform into Vivosaurs. Clean fossils using tools like hammers and drills on the Nintendo 3DS touch screen, but don’t be hasty: Carefully cleaning fossils makes the transformed Vivosaur more effective when it comes time to battle.

Using local online play, players can explore and excavate the dig sites as a three-player team. Keep in mind that you’ll be able to bring the Vivosaur you are training to join six-player local and online Vivosaur battles, fighting three-on-three in a stadium.

Fossil Fighters: Frontier comes out in 2015 and is currently being developed by Red Entertainment Corporation. Will you be picking up this game? Maybe the screenshots below will convince you to pick it up:

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