Sunday, 27 January 2013
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PSP Galore: Natsume Is Publishing Carnage Heart EXA
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Wednesday, 23 January 2013
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In a completely unexpected move, Capcom has just announced that Resident Evil: Revelations, a title that was previously exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS, will be ported to both consoles and PC systems. Known as Resident Evil: Revelations Unveiled Edition in Japan, the port will add extra content, such as new enemies, weapons, and difficulty modes, while upping the visuals to better fit home consoles and PCs.
Resident Evil: Revelations will be released on March 21st in the US and on March 24th in Europe in retail form for the PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U, with PSN, Xbox Live Market Place, and eShop versions following shortly. PC users will be getting the game in digital form only.
This being a port and all, Capcom has decided to lower the prices a bit. The console versions will go for $50 while the PC version will go for $40.
The Nintedo 3DS version was heralded as a return to the roots for the series, so it is a good thing then that more players will be able to experience this wonderful game.
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Shatter armies and burn planets as Queen of the Blades in the latest expansion to StarCraft II,
Heart of the Swarm!
With numerous improvements and features, Blizzard Entertainment promises to deliver one of the best real-time strategies this side of the Universe. StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm will deliver its vengeance on March 12th.
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What if one day you opened the window to your room and discovered an entirely different world filled with fantastical creatures and lots of adventures? Would you want to be part of this fantasy world?
Just as the title suggests, Fantasy Life is a life sim set in a medieval fantasy realm. Professions is what differentiates Fantasy Life from games such as Harvest Moon and Animal Crossing by allowing players to choose their very own life and the activities that they would like to engage in.
LEVEL-5 is a company dedicated to creating amazing games and Fantasy Life is definitely a game that is worth discussing and promoting, especially now that is has seen a major revamp.
Sadly, a Western release has yet to be announced, even though the Japanese version has already sold-out.
With such a high demand, I am sure that LEVEL-5 will eventually have a change of heart and release Fantasy Life internationally. Let us keep hope alive!
Monday, 21 January 2013
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Sunday, 20 January 2013
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Friday, 18 January 2013
Our latest war report indicates that Grammar Nazis have invaded Animeland and are forcing our precious loli into a non-stop cycle of learning.
We must show that our grammar is impeccable and thus stop this awful grammar blitzkrieg.
Today's war briefing will explain the use of: Like Vs. As If
Our brave soldiers, dedicated as they may be, tend to misfire, making the liberation of our loli that much harder.
Like has different functions, but the confusion comes when it is used as a preposition.
I watch slice-of-life anime like Golden Time.
Please notice that in this example like takes on the meaning of similar and that no verb is used. If you want to give a concrete example of the game that you do enjoy, such as should be used instead:He enjoys action-packed shows such as Naruto.
As if is best used when a clause is about to follow:
It looks as if Hunter x Hunter will end at episode 148.
As if can also be replaced by as though. Some Grammar Nazis have argued that as though is used for more likely scenarios. For instance:
He acted as if he were Ichigo Kurosaki.
He acted as though he were Ichigo Kurosaki.
In the first situation, the young man is less likely to be Ichigo Kurosaki and more likely to be a cosplayer. In the second situation, it is very likely that he is in fact the renowned Soul Reaper.
Most believe that these expressions are interchangeable, but it does not mean that we should disregard this subtle difference.
Remember: Grammar Nazis take no prisoners!
This concludes our first Grammar Loli 101 lesson. The war has just begun, but I am sure that we are one step closer to freeing our beloved loli.
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Thursday, 17 January 2013
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Sunday, 13 January 2013
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Saturday, 12 January 2013
Professor Layton and the Legacy of Super Civilisation A will be released next month on the 28th in Japan. Considering that all of the other games in the series have been localised, an international version of Professor Layton's last adventure should not be too far away.
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Night City, a place of technological wonder, brain augmentations, and mega-corporations. It is where information is feed directly to your neural system and the boundaries between reality and fiction fade away with each downloaded nanobyte.
Beware of the Psycho Squad, though. As part of the city's law enforcers, the Maximum Force Tactical Division - popularly called Psycho Squad - ensures that Night City does not get overrun by all the thugs, cyber pirates, and psychos that populate the city. Psychos, in particular, posses the biggest threat as they use illegal implants and substances to enhance and improve the human anatomy. Unreasonable and unnecessary use of force is a common practice in order to make sure that justice is administered in the most severe way.
As a slumdog of Night City, you will have the chance to either fight to the top or die at the hands of the scum that inhabit the open-world RPG known as Cyberpunk 2077.
Developer CD Projekt Red has recently released a teaser video, so without further ado...
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The 3DS is becoming a genuine Pokémon storage box as more and more of these cuddly creatures make their way to Nintendo's handheld. As most of you know, Nintendo announced Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity just a few short weeks ago. This week, Nintendo has made yet another announcement in the form of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y.
Taking a bold new direction by introducing fully realised 3D worlds that feature a distinct cel-shaded look reminiscent of such games as Ōkami and Dragon Quest VIII, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y promise to be the biggest entries into the series since the arrival of Pokémon Red Version and Blue Version way back in 1998.
According to Nintendo, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y will be 'coming Worldwide October 2013 excluding some countries'. The poor wording pretty much nullifies this so-called 'Worldwide release', but I am sure fans will be able to look past this inaccuracy and instead look forward to 2013's greatest adventure.
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Saturday, 5 January 2013
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Friday, 4 January 2013
|'I have waited long and hard for the 3DS version to finally be unchained.|
Someone is going to seriously pay for this insufferable delay.'
Even though the PSP version of Unchained Blades was released many moons ago, the 3DS version was shackled and denied access to Nintendo's latest handheld... until now.
Xseed has announced that Unchained Blades has finally been pardoned and allowed on the 3DS via the Nintendo eShop.
Make sure to support the game so we can all get the sequel.
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Thursday, 3 January 2013
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Wednesday, 2 January 2013
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