No one can accuse Nintendo of not listening to its fans. The number one complaint most fans have about the Nintendo 3DS is that it doesn't have a whole lot of games at the moment.

And so, as part of a Nintendo presentation today, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata divulged information on a whole boatload of games coming to the 3DS over the next six months.

The majority were Japanese titles, with no confirmation of a western release for any of them, but a good number of the mentioned gamee will obviously be getting an English translation.

Bring on the wall!

Iwata began by revealing Hiki Osu, a puzzle game that revolves around pulling blocks out of a wall to make a pathway to the top, and Anatous, a sort of Hole in the Wall crossed with Tetris.

Both of these titles are now available to download for Japanese gamers.

Itsuno ma ni Koukan Nikki, meanwhile, is a free tool arriving in December that will allow players to exchange photos and images.

Rolling into town

The company also showed off footage from The Rolling Western - which we know is coming to Europe. It's looking really fantastic, and is due for release early next year.

Fab Style is a dress-up game with girly accessories and all that jazz: we'll definitely be picking that one up if it comes over here. Ahem.

In stark contrast, Hirai: Sakura Samurai is a samurai game that sees players slicing baddies up with huge swords. Probably won't make it over here.

There's a new Kingdom Hearts! Kingdom Hearts 3D is due for release next spring, and will hopefully be launched in Europe soon afterwards.

Harvest for the world

A new Harvest Moon was also revealed, and is also due to touch down in February 2012.

Rune Factory 4 was also announced, and should be available next spring, although we weren't shown any footage.

To top it all off, an RPG called Lost Heroes was shown, which mixes Ultraman, Gundam, and Kamen Rider characters. Don't expect that one over here any time soon, mind.

Cheers to Andriasang for some of the translations.