Nintendo has confirmed that two recently announced downloadable Pokemon titles, Pokemon Dream Radar and Pokedex 3D Pro, will be available on the North American 3DS eShop sometime this fall.
Pokemon Dream Radar will take advantage of the 3DS camera for an augmented reality shooting game, having players navigate real environments to find and capture certain species. Nintendo has also confirmed that Pokemon captured in this game will be able to be transferred into the upcoming DS titles, Pokemon Black 2 and Pokemon White 2.
Pokedex 3D Pro will be an upgraded version of the free and already available Pokedex 3D app, with additional information on all 600+ Pokemon in the series so far.
North American prices were not confirmed, but it is known that in Japan, Dream Radar will cost 300 yen ($3.75) and Pokedex 3D Pro will cost 1,500 yen ($18.77). We’ll have to wait and see if Nintendo gives the titles similar prices when they come stateside later this year.