By Sam MachkovechPublisher IGN: December 21, 2014, 3:27:04Nintendo has announced that its third-party developer will be releasing a Nintendo Direct on December 21 that will show off the 3DS version of their upcoming shooter game Saint Elizabeth Hospital, as well as the Nintendo Switch version of the game.
The third-parties version will feature the same level of detail as the PC and Wii versions, with new characters and bosses.
The third-Parties Demo will include all three levels, with the level editor being added as an optional part of the Demo.
This new version of Saint Elgyst Hospital will be released on the 3ds on December 28.
The demo will include three levels of content: the original 3DS game with all the levels from the demo, the new 3DS gameplay demo, and a downloadable patch.
The demo will be available for download for $19.99, and will be made available to anyone who preorders the game on January 4, the same day as Nintendo’s Nintendo Direct.
You can also watch the 3D trailer above, which shows off the game’s new levels.
You’ll also be able to see a new cutscene from the game, and the 3-D cutscene will be included in the game for free if you preorder the game before January 4.
You’re also getting a free Nintendo Switch controller for the demo.
Nintendo has also made it very clear that the game will not be compatible with the Switch, which will be compatible only with a handheld.
You are able to play the game with the Nintendo 3DS XL version of Saints Elgyster, and it should work with the 3rd-Party Switch version as well.
It will be up to the Switch’s controller manufacturers to decide how to support it.
It’s also possible to purchase the game through the Nintendo eShop, which is currently still under construction.
If you want to support the development of the new Saints Elvyst Hospital on the Switch and get access to the demo and 3DS content, you’ll have to purchase it through that platform.
You don’t need to own the Nintendo Wii U version of it if you don’t want to.
You can check out a trailer for the game here.
It looks great, and hopefully the game is more than a little more than just another shooter.
The 3DS demo and the game itself are free, so you won’t have to worry about paying $19 for a 3DS copy of the title.