Sunday, 31 March 2013
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Tuesday, 26 March 2013
Matt Damon's toilet strike may be silly, but it actually reveals some worrying issues about the state of our world. Learning that 700.000.000 people lack access to clean water while an additional 2.5 billion lack access to a toilet or basic sanitation is mind blowing. The sad part was when he said that more people have a mobile than a toilet. It is sadder still that we ourselves are responsible for letting this happen. If we all took a break from our busy lives and just looked around us, we would see the true condition of our fellow man. The harsh reality is that we are constantly promoting an unequal society where some have too much while the rest have nothing.We all consider ourselves to be nice, but are we really that nice? The matter of the fact is that the deals of our trade are but a drop of water in the comprehensive ocean of our business.
Mankind should be our business!
I really hope that one day we will care less about material possessions and more about those around us.
God bless us, everyone!
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Monday, 25 March 2013
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Thursday, 21 March 2013
Monday, 18 March 2013
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Well, sort of. While Disney Magic Castle: My Happy Life clearly takes inspiration from Nintendo's beloved anthropomorphic life sim, Namco Bandai, in collaboration with Disney, wants to offer their unique take on the genre.
The story goes like this: Mickey Mouse has invited you to Disneyland in hopes that you might consider becoming the owner of a small café. Upon accepting his request, you are given free reigns on what to do.
For instance, you can decorate your shop as you see fit. You can also customise your Mii with numerous Disney items. Speaking of Disney, there are over 80 characters from the cherished comics and films just waiting for you to befriend them. Activities such as fishing and monster catching are also included.
In order to sweeten the pot, Nintendo is offering a special Nintendo 3DS LL system bundled with the game. I am saying LL and not XL for the reason that the game has only been announced in Japan. The House of Mouse reigns supreme, so I am sure that a Western release will soon follow.
Disney Magic Castle: My Happy Life will see its first release this July on the 11th. For now, I leave you with these illustrious words :
'I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing – that it was all started by a mouse.'
|And have I mentioned that Stitch from Lilo & Stitch will make an appearance?|
|Where do I pre-order?|
|The House of Mouse just got bigger.|
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Sunday, 17 March 2013
While the game has already been released in Japan and Korea, Western players will have to a little longer. North America will receive the game on June 9th, Europe on June 14th, and Australia on June 15th exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.
An interesting fact is that the game is actually called Animal Forest: Jump Out ( とびだせ どうぶつの森 ) in its native country.
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Summon Night Has Been Summoned Once More
Former Flight-Plan Staff Spearheading The Next Summon Night Game
PSP Galore: Summon Night Rebirth
PSP Galore: Summon Night 5 Art And Screens
PSP Galore: Summon Night 5 Character Art
PSP Galore: Summon Night 5 Teaser Trailer
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Saturday, 16 March 2013
Friday, 15 March 2013
Without a doubt, Civilisation V stands as one of the best strategy games that you can find on the market right now. It is also a testament that PC gaming still matters. Gods & Kings, the first official expansion pack, made the game even better by introducing religion and espionage among other elements.
Now, Firaxis Games is working hard on delivering a second expansion aptly called Brave New World.
What is great about this expansion is that it will finally put on emphasis on diplomacy and city-state alliances. One of the aspect that was criticised in the original game was that your neighbours were far too aggressive and quick to declare war. Of course, one would argue that it is much simpler and far more realistic to submit your opposition with violence than it is with kind words. In support of this comes something called World Congress. But what exactly is this World Congress? Well, according to Firaxis, it is a place that will allow for more dynamic and versatile ways of achieving Diplomatic Victories. Imagine that you and your allies have voted on a resolution that fundamentally changes how the game is played and won.
Now, imagine that you and your allies have voted to implement trade sanctions against a rouge nation thus limiting its resource usage. The options seem limitless.
The key features do not stop here either. New civilisations, building, and units are all set to be included in this latest expansion. New scenarios and Wonders are also being worked into the expansion, which Civ V players will surely appreciate.
Regarding the release date, certain sites were quick to place Brave New World sometime this summer. The official site, however, tells a different story with its December 31st, 2013 date, which is more of a place holder than anything reliable. What this means is that Firaxis Games are likely to release this expansion anytime from today to the end of the year. Frankly, I would rather Firaxis took all the time they needed instead of rushing what appears to be the next best thing in the 'just one more turn' strategy game that has enslaved the world.
For a full list of all the feature, visit the official website.
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Wednesday, 13 March 2013
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Saturday, 9 March 2013
Friday, 8 March 2013
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It is universally accepted that Aliens: Colonial Marines is one the worst games in recent times.
One of the reasons for this might be the fact that SEGA chose to publish the horrific game made by Gearbox Software instead of the one that Obsidian Entertainment had been working on so diligently.
Even in its Alpha stage, Aliens: Crucible looks a million times better than the generic shooter we ended up with in the end. The interesting part is that Aliens: Crucible was meant to be an Action RPG. Of course, this was expected given Obsidian's pedigree. A full character creation tool, party members with an actual purpose, leveling up, and, last but not least, looting were some of the features being worked into the game at one point or another.
Sadly, due to financial troubles and people who have never played a video game in their life, the game was cancelled. Question is: will we ever get a proper game that does justice to the Alien franchise?
I will leave you with this question and with some footage of a game that could have been great...
Aliens Colonial Marines: All Singing, All Dancing
What Happened To Aliens: Colonial Marines?
Should You Pre-order Video Games?
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Thursday, 7 March 2013
Hatsune Miku has become a true idol thanks to the popularity of vocaloid music. The concept started out as a singing synthesizer application with a female persona, developed by Crypton Future Media.
With Sega's involvement, Hatsune Miku has since become a gaming idol as well with titles such as Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA for the PSP.
For many years, the only way to play a vocaloid game outside of Japan was by either importing or modding.
Fortunately, that is about to change as SEGA is now considering a Western release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for the PS3. The company first tested the waters by demoing Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f for the PS Vita at last year's E3. With the poor sales of Sony's latest handheld, at least in the West, it seems that SEGA has now shifted its focus on the PS3-only F version. Of course, there is still a bit of uncertainty as SEGA is asking fans to like and share this potential release. You can do so right here.
Let us hope that everyone will show their support so that we can play this sooner rather than later.
|Please honor us with your visit.|
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Monday, 4 March 2013
Saturday, 2 March 2013
|WHOOOOO, is that a MECHA GODZILLA?!?|
What better way to start the day than with the announcement of a spin-off to the popular My Summer Vacation series?
怪獣が出る金曜日 (which loosely translates to Monsters Appear Every Friday) sees a 10-year old boy peacefully enjoying his summer vacation in the countryside only to discover that Monsters have a nasty habit of coming out to play every Friday. I guess weekends start early in Monsterland.
The game takes place in a parallel world of early 1970's Japan, a country known for having many problems with Monsters.
怪獣が出る金曜日 (Monsters Appear Every Friday) will be bundled with other games as part of the Guild 02, a collection of three different games that are exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
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Friday, 1 March 2013
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