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Japan gets Bloodborne PS4s

January 28, 2015 - 3:00 am No Comments

Japan gets Bloodborne PS4s

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To celebrate the upcoming launch of Bloodborne in Japan, From Software has announced a limited edition PS4 that features laser engraved artwork for the game. Sure, it’s just a logo of the game,
but that may be enough to force the hands of hardcore fans of the series. In addition to the console, which is more
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Picking import games to work with the 3DS region-free mod

January 20, 2015 - 3:00 am No Comments

Picking import games to work with the 3DS region-free mod

3ds region-free karousAll is right with the 3DS world, at the moment. Thanks to a work-around that makes the 2DS and 3DS region-free, people can enjoy games from other
regions without really doing anything wrong or resorting to custom firmwares and flash cards. It’s as simple as putting one file on a SD card, popping in a cart, starting Download Play, then
visiting a webpage. Which means people can start shopping for some of these more exotic games. Which is why I’m offering a little guidance as to what games you may want to play while people are
capable of using the 3DS region-free mod. You know, a few recommendations from someone who went to the trouble of importing a 3DS LL last year, before this lovely (free) mod showed…

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Boxboy! Preview: The next great little HAL experiment

January 18, 2015 - 3:00 am No Comments

Boxboy! Preview: The next great little HAL experiment

boxboy1Developer HAL Laboratory is
mostly known these days for its Kirby games, but it has a long history of making fun little experiments. Some were Kirby-branded, like Tilt ‘n’
Tumble
Dream Course and Mass Attack, but many have flourished on their own, like Picross 3DThe Adventures of Lolo and Face
Raiders
. It’s really at its best when it tries something new, and has an established history with thought-heavy puzzles. Boxboy! is HAL’s latest creation, and it lives up to
its legacy.

Announced in Japan’s Nintendo Direct and immediately released, Boxboy! (Hakobooi in Japanese) is a two-dimensional traversal puzzle starring…

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Tales of the World: Reve Unitia Preview: Does a Tales by any other combat play as sweet?

January 12, 2015 - 3:00 am No Comments

Tales of the World: Reve Unitia Preview: Does a Tales by any other combat play as sweet?

reveunitia1reveunitia2What is a Tales game without the
franchise’s signature battles? Tales of the World: Reve Unitia, the latest in the fan-geared spin-off line of the series, doesn’t show any traces of the Linear Motion Battle System, but it
may find its footing by focusing on other aspects of the Tales charm.

Reve Unitia, itself a retail adaptation of free-to-play mobile title Tales of the World: Tactics Union, is a tactical RPG starring characters from various main-series
Tales games. It doesn’t have the interesting terrain of games like Fire Emblem, and it doesn’t have an overworld to explore like larger RPGs. Its focus is on the tactics of the
combat itself, getting rid of all the clutter (much like normal Tales battles) and pitting you against…

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Link Nendoroid Photo Diary: Posers

January 4, 2015 - 3:00 am No Comments

Link Nendoroid Photo Diary: Posers

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Before I start telling a little story with pictures, allow me to provide a bit of background. Good Smile Company has been making Nendoroids of Nintendo characters, and one of the most recent
releases is a Link Nendoroid. After much searching, because A) I didn’t think to pre-order one, B) the Kinokuniya near me sold more »

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