Wednesday, September 9, 2009

In Stock 9/9/09 - Raiden IV 4, Limited Edition With Soundtrack - $39.99 With Free Shipping

Our Price: $39.99 With Free Ship
Release Date: 09/08/2009
UPC: 00695771500011
Genre: Shooter
Company: Tommo Inc
Version: USA
-from publisher-
The Xbox 360 version of Raiden IV comes with a couple of extra modes for added replay. There will also be downloadable content for purchase, which includes gamerpics and dashboard themes.

New player ships, such as the Fighting Thunder Mk-II (Original Raiden) and the Fairy will be available for purchase and download in the marketplace for use in the game.[6] A TATE option is included for players to view the game in either vertical or horizontal screens for their preferred shooting experience. There will be a total of 47 achievements with a total of 1000 points in the game.

Difficulty: There will be 8 different difficulty modes to choose from.
  • Practice: Enemies do not fire shots in the game.
  • Very Easy: Enemies' shots can be destroyed by the player.
  • Easy: Enemies' shots are relatively slow in this difficulty.
  • Normal: Default difficulty in console version.
  • Original: Same difficulty as in the Arcade version.
  • Hard: Enemies' shots are a bit quicker in speed, for intermediate players.
  • Very Hard: Enemies' shots are much quicker in speed, for expert players.
  • Ultimate: The hardest difficulty in the game.
  • Includes - Raiden IV the game
  • Includes - An exclusive soundtrack along which includes remixes from INH (Insanity Naked Hunter) composers Go Sato and Akira Sato.

In Stock 9/9/09 - PlayStation2 Console Charcoal Black (SCPH-90000CB) - $199.99

Our Price: $199.99
Release Date: 11/22/2007
UPC: 4948872411646
Genre: Hardware
Company: Sony
Version: Japanese - SCPH-90000CB
-from wiki-
The PlayStation 2 (often shortened to PS2) is a sixth-generation video game console manufactured by Sony. The successor to the PlayStation, and the predecessor to the PlayStation 3, the PlayStation 2 forms part of the PlayStation series of video game consoles. Its development was announced in March 1999 and it was released a year later in Japan. Its primary competitors were Sega's Dreamcast, Microsoft's Xbox, and Nintendo's GameCube.

  • All systems on this page are ONLY in Japanese and will ONLY play Japanese Games and Movies.
  • PlayStation2 console Charcoal Black
  • 110V Power cord
  • AV cable
  • Dual Shock 2 Joypad
  • Instruction manual (Japanese)

9/9/09 - Pokemon Heart Gold / Soul Silver DS Update - Partial Shipment 9/10/09

Hey folks, I have some good news! We'll be receiving a partial shipment of pokemon heart gold and soul silver for import ds tomorrow. Bad news is that we're receiving a small partial shipment, with the remainder coming in on 9/15/09.

Initial back-orders will be shipped and the remainder will be shipped on 9/15/09. Don't worry about your order not being fulfilled, we've ordered multiple hundreds to cover any incoming orders and pre-orders alike.

With the Yen increasing against the dollar within the past week, we've made slight adjustments to prices for certain titles. Orders placed before the slight increase will remain, but the new orders that we have placed have increased in price as well, please accept our apologies.

Restocking 9/10/09 - Taiko no Tatsujin Bataburu (Import PSP) - $59.99 With Free Shipping

Our Price: $59.99 With Free Shipping
Release Date: 8/3/2005
UPC: 4907892011342
Genre: Music
Company: Namco
Version: Japan
-from wiki-
"Taiko: Drum Master" (English title), also known as is a drumming game for the Nintendo Wii and Sony PlayStation 2 based on the popular Japanese arcade game. A drum simulating the taiko is played in time with music. It is made by Namco. The home version can be played with a TaTaCon, a special controller which looks like the face of a Taiko drum. Players control one of the two main characters - WadaDon, a red-faced and blue body taiko, and WadaKatsu, a blue-faced and red body taiko.

  • Rather than using an external Taiko drum, the PSP version makes use of the D-pad and action buttons as well as the shoulder buttons which control the rim shots. The analog stick is also get used to perform a tambourine bonus.
  • The PSP version includes the original gaming mode as well as a variety of minigames and a modified AD Hoc mode dubbed, communication mode.
  • While in Communication mode, you can play the game with up to four other PSP gamers. There are currently no plans to bring the original Taiko Drum Master for the PSP outside of Japan.

In Stock 9/10/09 - Toeic Test Koushiki DS Training - $49.99 With Free Shipping

Our Price: $49.99 With Free Shipping
Release Date: 8/27/2009
UPC: 4582107391695
Genre: Misc
Company: IE Institute
Version: Japan

In Stock 9/10/09 - 428: Fuusa Sareta Shibuya de (Playstation 3) - $68.99 W/ Free Shipping

Our Price: $68.99 With Free Shipping
Release Date: 9/3/2009
UPC: 4940261509743
Genre: Action Adventure
Company: Sega
Version: Japan - Region Free - BLJS-10057
-from wiki-
428: FÅ«sasareta Shibuya de is an adventure video game developed by Chunsoft and published by Sega. The game is a visual novel set in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo where the narrative is presented using a combination of scrolling text, live action stills and video sequences. The game has received high praise from critics, earning a perfect score in Famitsu Weekly, Japan's largest circulating video game magazine.

The game also features a special scenario contributed by Kinoko Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi of Type-Moon fame, who wrote and provided character designs for them respectively. It was subsequently announced by Sega that this particular scenario by Type-Moon would be adapted into a TV anime adaptation titled Canaan, which began airing in Japan on July 4, 2009.

  • The game shares many story and gameplay elements with Chunsoft's 1998 sound novel game Machi, the most prominent being the locale, Shibuya. Although Chunsoft does not openly state 428 is a sequel, the game contains numerous references to Machi, and an early marketing slogan reads "Breaking a long silence, Shibuya gets going again."
  • 428 is a visual novel adventure game where players take part in events from the perspectives of multiple protagonists, all acting in parallel with no knowledge of each other. Set in the modern Japanese city of Shibuya, Tokyo, the characters are involved in a mystery that cannot be solved without their interactions, and the plot is advanced by following clues found within the game's text and accompanying video sequences and making decisions on which path each protagonist should follow. Depending on the player's choices, a number of new scenarios become available, which ultimately lead to different outcomes and endings.
  • The game unfolds in a ten-hour period, which begins at 10:00AM of April 28 and ends at 8:00PM. The game is broken up into one-hour segments. Leading every protagonist to the end of the hour unlocks the next hour to be played.
  • A major event that could jolt the world has been triggered in the streets of Shibuya. Five main characters have 10 hours to come together and solve the mystery behind what originally seemed like an ordinary ransom kidnap case.
  • Famitsu Weekly magazine gave the game a 40/40 score. This makes 428 the ninth game to receive a perfect score from the magazine since its inception in 1986. It is also the second Wii game to receive the score, the other being Super Smash Bros. Brawl. This is unprecedented in Famitsu history as it marks the first time that two games both released on the same video game system received perfect scores within the same year.