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Teddy Together Announced For Europe, Australia

by Donald Theriault - May 24, 2016, 3:44 am EDT
Total comments: 7 Source: ChicPixel, Nintendo

Based on a beary interesting Japanese 3DS title

A long-hibernating 3DS title from Japan will be launching in Europe and Australia this summer/winter with new features.

The 2013 game Kuma Tomo has received an update to include amiibo support and will release in Europe on 1 July and Australia/New Zealand on 2 July as Teddy Together. No pricing has been given in Europe per Nintendo policy, but Nintendo Australia has confirmed the game will launch for AU$49.95 indicating a budget release.

The game stars a talking bear who is designed to help children develop interpersonal skills, and encourages parents to play with their children. Touch screen minigames to keep the bear fed are also included.


TOPHATANT123May 24, 2016

This and Pocket Card Jockey give me the impression they're now scraping the barrel for games to localise since they both came out so long ago in Japan.  Though unlikely it'd be cool if we got EX Troopers.

LemonadeMay 24, 2016

Its definitely a surprise announcement. Im interested to know more about it.

LucarioMay 24, 2016

Of all the games we could have gotten why this?

StratosMay 24, 2016

Word is that it will include amiibo support.

"Clothes, special lollies that unlock new fur colours, and seeds that can be planted in the garden are all purchased using coins, which are earned through playing or by tapping a compatible amiibo figure once a day."

LucarioMay 24, 2016

Why are 5 grown men talking about a game designed for 5 year old girls? XD

ShyGuyMay 24, 2016

Scoop some up with the spoon. Yeah...

LucarioMay 25, 2016

Quote from: ShyGuy

Scoop some up with the spoon. Yeah...


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