Friday, January 29, 2010

03/18/2010 - NEW PREORDER - Ryu ga Gotoku 4 Densetsu wo Tsugumono (Import Playstation 3) - $79.99

Our Price: $79.99
Release Date: 03/18/2010
UPC: 4974365835477
Genre: Action
Company: Sega
Version: Japan

Availability: Pre-Order

Like a Dragon 4: Successor of the Legend, is an upcoming video game developed and published by Sega exclusively for the PlayStation 3. The game was announced on July 24, 2009. A promotion video was presented at the 2009 Tokyo Game Show and a preview presenting the main story was released on January 13, 2010.

The game is planned for a March 18, 2010 Japanese release. It is the sequel to Yakuza 3.

Features
  • As with the original game, most of the action takes place in Kamurocho (a.k.a. Kamuro City), a fictionalized yet realistic recreation of Tokyo Shinjuku's red-light district Kabukicho.
  • Three new locations are added since Kamurocho gets a vertical expansion called Rooftop which is made up of building roofs; there is also Kamurocho's back, a brand new area known as Rujiura and a third area expansion named Underground for it includes city sewers, parking lot and shopping arcades.
  • There are three new main protagonists alongside Kazuma Kiryu who is the main character since the original Yakuza game. These are Masayoshi Tanimura, Shun Akiyama and Taiga Saejima. These teammates have a connected story through the game with each other and Kiryu himself.
  • Other new characters include a Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department detective called Junji Sugioshi (Kenichi Endou), a Tojo Clan yakuza called Hiroaki Arai (Ikki Sawamura), a high rank police officer called Seishirou Munakata (Kinya Kitaoji) and a woman called Riri (Majyu Ozawa).
  • Returning characters are Takeshi Kido (Kenta Kiritani) as well as Haruka Sawamura, Goro Majima, Daigo Dojima and Goh Hamazaki.
  • The game engine features an enhanced Chase Battle since it is now possible to use items as weapons during the chase sequence.



2/20/10 – NEW PREORDER - FINAL FANTASY XIII ELIXIR with TRADING ARTS MINI - $129.99

Our Price: $129.99
Release Date: 2/20/2010
UPC: 4901777202078
Genre: Drinks
Company: Suntory
Version: N/A

Availability: Pre-Order

-from wikipedia
Final Fantasy XIII is a console role-playing game developed Square Enix. It was released on PlayStation 3 in Japan on December 17, 2009 and is due for release in North America and PAL regions on March 9, 2010 on both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. First appearing at the 2006 E3, the game features both futuristic and natural elements; it is set between a land of wilderness and the high-tech world above it. Final Fantasy XIII is the flagship title of the Fabula Nova Crystallis collection of Final Fantasy games.

Features
  • You will get total of 6 Elixir Potion and 6 Final Fantasy 13 mini Figuire Features: Elixir is bundled with complete set of Final Fantasy figure of the following:
  • Lightning
  • Snow Villiers
  • Oerba Dia Vanille
  • Sazh Katzroy
  • Oerba Yun Fang
  • Hope Estheim

2/20/10 – NEW PREORDER - FINAL FANTASY XIII ELIXIR PREMIUM COMPLETE BOX dressing × 1 box set (16 cans + tumbler + elixir plate) - $159.99

Our Price: $159.99
Release Date: 2/20/2010
UPC: 4901777202283
Genre: Drinks
Company: Suntory
Version: N/A

Availability: Pre-Order

-from wikipedia
Final Fantasy XIII is a console role-playing game developed Square Enix. It was released on PlayStation 3 in Japan on December 17, 2009 and is due for release in North America and PAL regions on March 9, 2010 on both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. First appearing at the 2006 E3, the game features both futuristic and natural elements; it is set between a land of wilderness and the high-tech world above it. Final Fantasy XIII is the flagship title of the Fabula Nova Crystallis collection of Final Fantasy games.

Features
  • limited quantity items 30,000 sets
  • stainless steel tumbler
  • 16 cans of Canned beverage

In Stock Now - Katana Force 2 Analog Controller Black PS2 - $12.99

Our Price: $12.99
Release Date: 01/28/2009
UPC: 899192001014b
Genre: Accessory
Company: Katana
Version: Region Free Accessory

Stock Status: In Stock

Featuring fully analog input (except for the start and select buttons), the Playstation 2 analog controller brings your gaming experience to the next level. How hard you press the buttons can determine how high you jump, or how hard you hit.

In Stock Now - Katana Force 2 Analog Controller Blue PS2 - $12.99

Our Price: $12.99
Release Date: 01/28/2009
UPC: 89919200104
Genre: Accessory
Company: Katana
Version: Region Free Accessory

Stock Status: In Stock

Featuring fully analog input (except for the start and select buttons), the Playstation 2 analog controller brings your gaming experience to the next level. How hard you press the buttons can determine how high you jump, or how hard you hit.

In Stock Now - DSi - Datel Action Replay ( EF000789 ) - $19.99

Our Price: $19.99
Release Date: 1/28/2010
UPC: 897459000626
Genre: Action Replay
Company: Datel
Version: Region Free - EF000789

Stock Status: In Stock

Action Replay "cheat device" for both DSi and DS Lite. Includes thousands of gamebusting codes. The world's best selling video game enhancer.

Features
  • Thousands of codes for popular games .
  • Full touch screen control.
  • Includes Media Manager software.
  • Includes 25 mini games on the supplied CD or download hundreds of homebrew games.

In Stock Now - Turtle Beach Ear Force XLC Stereo Headset with Mic For Xbox 360 - $34.99

Our Price: $34.99
Release Date: 1/28/2010
UPC: 731855020492
Genre: Head Set
Company: Turtle Beach
Version: TBS-2049

The Ear Force XLC is the ideal headset to enjoy improved game sound with your Xbox 360.

Unlike basic communicator headsets that only let you hear Xbox Live chat in one ear, the XLC combines high-quality stereo game audio with Xbox Live chat, eliminating the need for the mono communicator and external speakers.

The unique noise-reduction ear cushions help block out distractions, so you can concentrate on the game, enjoy the full impact of the stereo sound from your Xbox 360 and become a better player.

Features
  • Soft, cushioned noise-reduction ear pads
  • Folding, multi-pivot design for portability
  • High fidelity mic with flexible boom
  • Comfortable for long play sessions
  • High-fidelity 40 mm stereo speakers
  • Unique twist-style ear cups allow you to rest the headset on your shoulders when taking a break from the game.
  • Pump up the volume without disturbing friends, family or neighbors. Hear every nuance of the game - from an opponent sneaking behind you to your teammates' voices right next to you. Become a better player by hearing every detail in the game along with the voices of online players chatting on XBOX LIVE.
  • Conveniently adjust the game sound level with the built-in volume control and set the chat level from your XBOX setup screen.
  • Blast the game volume without the aggravation of game audio bleeding into the chat mic from external speakers. Noise-reduction ear cushions help block out noise so you can concentrate on the game without distractions. Trash talk online. It's everything you need for an amazing gaming experience.


In Stock Now - Dragon Quest VI: Maboroshi no Daichi (Import DS) - $64.99

Our Price: $64.99
Release Date: 1/28/2010
UPC: 4988601006200
Genre: RPG
Company: Square Enix
Version: Japan - NTR-P-YVIJ

Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie, Dragon Quest: Realms of Reverie in Europe, is a console role-playing game developed by Heartbeat and published by Enix (now Square Enix) for the Super Famicom as a part of the Dragon Quest series. It is the last Dragon Quest game in the Zenithia trilogy.

The story follows the traditional Dragon Quest "Hero" on a quest to save the world. In this particular installment, the heroes also have to endure the personal struggle of amnesia, as many of the main characters do not initially remember who they are. After completing a series of quests, the player learns that in addition to a Real World, there is also a Dream World, made up of people's dreams, and that there is a great evil that wants to conquer both.

The Hero and his new party work together to save both worlds from the ever-growing threat.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

In Stock 1/29/10 - Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha A's Portable: The Battle of Aces (Sony PSP) - $64.99

Our Price: $64.99
Release Date: 01/21/2010
UPC: 4582224497201
Genre: Action
Company: Bandai Namco Games
Version: Japan-ULJS-00241

Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's (A's pronounced as Ace) is a thirteen episode sequel to Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, a magical girl alternate universe spinoff of the Triangle Heart series of games and OAVs. A third series, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS, was released in 2007.

A nine-year-old wheelchair-using girl named Hayate Yagami forms a contract with the intelligent weapon named the Book of Darkness (whom Hayate later names Reinforce). As a result of this contract, four Belkan knights named Signum, Vita, Zafira, and Shamal appear in front of Hayate in order to fulfill the task of filling the pages of Book of Darkness by capturing magic from various sources. Once the pages of the Book are filled, its master, Hayate, will be able to make a single wish.

In Stock 1/29/10 - Death Smiles [Regular Edition] - $79.99

Our Price: $79.99 SHIPS 1/29/10
Release Date: 4/23/2009
UPC: 4988648657892
Genre: Shooting
Company: Cave
Version: Japan

Release Date - 4/23/09
In the August 25-31 2008 issue of Famitsu Weekly, Cave announced a Xbox 360 port of the game. New game modes include a Xbox 360 mode, and Ver 1.1 mode. In Ver 1.1 mode, players can independently controls familiar, via the XBox 360 controller. Lock shot, powerup shot are located on different buttons. Player can also adjust screen brightness, background frame, game screen position and zoom. Downloadable contents include Mega Black Label features. Limited edition includes Manabu Namiki Selection Deathsmiles Premium Arrange Album soundtrack CD (potential shortage, we'll update asap). Hori produced a controller for the XBox 360 game(limited as well)

In Stock Now - Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars (Import Wii) - $44.99

Our Price: $44.99
Release Date: 01/28/2010
UPC: 4976219032247
Genre: Fighting
Company: Capcom
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars is new version of the game that released in Japan in arcades and on the Wii in December 2008. Capcom is looking into adding new features to the game, including possible additions of several new characters from both Capcom and Tatsunoko, and is exploring the option of online gameplay. TATSUNOKO VS. CAPCOM ULTIMATE ALL-STARS will work with a number of different control devices, including the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, Classic Controller, GameCube Controller and various third-party joysticks designed for the Wii.

Features
  • Possible additions to the game: the team is exploring adding new Capcom and Tatsunoko characters as well as online gameplay
  • Two-man tag team action: Players build their own perfect team and use Assist Attacks and each character’s special moves to create their own unique fighting style
  • Four button fighting controls: Easy-to-understand four button control scheme opens gameplay up to new players with familiar movements and combos
  • Depth of gameplay: Once the basics are mastered, players can go deeper into the fighting game controls to master Aerial Rave air combos, Delayed Hyper Combos, Mega Crash defensive moves, Assault attack moves and the Baroque extended combo system
  • Fast-paced action and huge attacks: Each characters has a unique arsenal of moves, including spectacular Hyper Combos that literally take over the screen with devastating results
  • 3D characters, 2D fighting gameplay: As in Street Fighter IV, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars has bright, 3D rendered characters battling it out in familiar 2D style


In Stock Now - Wii Remote + MotionPlus (USA Packaging) (Black) - $49.99

Our Price: $49.99
Release Date: 1/25/2010
UPC: 045496890452
Genre: Accessory
Company: Nintendo
Version: USA

Stock Status: In Stock

This bundle includes a Wii Remote Controller and one Wii MotionPlus accessory. The wireless, freehand Wii Remote not only makes games easy to play, it makes them more fun than ever before. Accentuating the sense of touch in the game lets you feel the heat of emotion with each movement. Because up to four players can grab a Wii Remote and play, there's always a party ready to happen with Wii! The Wii Remote frees you from cords and excessive, complicated buttons without sacrificing game play depth.

Wireless and motion-sensitive, the Wii Remote offers an intuitive, natural way to play games. The controller plays into the conventional motions you make everyday. Wii MotionPlus is simple, intuitive, and easy to use. Connect the Wii MotionPlus accessory to your Wii Remote controller to increase accuracy and enhance play control on compatible games. Wii MotionPlus contains additional sensors that make the Wii Remote respond to the slightest movement, motion, or twist of the wrist.

Features
  • 3-axis motion-sensing
  • Used as a remote, operates up to 15 feet away
  • Built-in speaker
  • Features expansion port for additional input devices, such as the Nunchuk controller
  • Includes one Wii MotionPlus add-on for enhanced play control

In Stock Now - Prinny Can I Really Be the Hero? (Sony PSP) - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 1/26/2010
UPC: 857823001468
Genre: Hack & Slash
Company: NIS
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero?, is a 2D side-scrolling adventure video game for the PlayStation Portable, developed by Nippon Ichi Software. It is a spin-off title in the Disgaea series.

Prinny makes use of the PSP's wireless functionality to record play and download maps and other bonuses. One of its unique features is that, owing to the game's high difficulty, the player gets 1000 lives.

Features
  • As the ingame hours to complete the mission tick down, the time of day changes, and so do several of the stages alongside the enemies present in the game. In many cases, this can even change the stage's boss, and may also affect the reward the player gets for defeating the boss.
  • At the end of a stage, the total time to complete the stage (compared to the record time), the total prinnies dead for that stage (both in the stage and against the boss) and the collection of the lucky dolls is tallied up. This gives the Prinny a rank falling between D to S. Some achievements are earned by either having a fast time or high rank.
  • The Prinny has a double jump, alongside an aerial slash and hip drop. Holding the circle button allows the Prinny to spin. This allows him to dash off, making him move faster. Should the player press down during the dash, the Prinny will slide, allowing him to temporarily become invincible.


In Stock Now - AR Tonelico 2 Melody Of Metafalica (US Version) (Playstation 2) - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 1/26/2010
UPC: 857823001437
Genre: RPG
Company: NIS
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia, released in Japan as Ar tonelico: The Girl Who Continues to Sing at the End of the World is a PlayStation 2 console role-playing game produced by Banpresto and Gust. There were other media releases based on the game, including the comic Ar tonelico -arpeggio-, the OVA Ar tonelico, and several drama CDs.

Features
  • In Ar tonelico II there are two phases when fighting the enemy. Phase one is the Attack Phase. Characters can attack until the time gauge runs out as well as choose which magic for the Reyvateils to cast or decide when they should release it.
  • Phase two is the Defend Phase. This is the enemies chance to attack your Reyvateil, you must protect her by timing defensive moves properly.
  • Though superficially similar to Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia in both aesthetics and style, the core game play mechanics of Ar tonelico II have undergone huge changes from those of its predecessor, most notably in regards to the battle system and the fact that actions within an Infelsphere may now directly affect the storyline.


In Stock Now - AR Tonelico Melody of Elemia (US Version) (Playstation 2) - $34.99

Our Price: $34.99
Release Date: 1/26/2010
UPC: 857823001079
Genre: RPG
Company: NIS
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia, released in Japan as Ar tonelico: The Girl Who Continues to Sing at the End of the World is a PlayStation 2 console role-playing game produced by Banpresto and Gust. There were other media releases based on the game, including the comic Ar tonelico -arpeggio-, the OVA Ar tonelico, and several drama CDs.

Features
  • Ar tonelico features a turn-based battle system akin to those of the Atelier Iris series.
  • Players may explore dungeons and other areas by moving in any direction and jumping. Depending on the abilities of the Reyvateils in the party, various spells can also be cast to light candles, remove obstacles, and trigger switches.
  • Enemy creatures may be encountered at random as the player explores an area. A gauge in the lower-right corner of the screen indicates the likelihood of encountering an enemy, as well as the number of random encounters remaining in the current area. Once enough battles have been fought to empty the gauge, no further random encounters will take place until the player leaves and returns to the area.
  • The story centers on Laina Barselt, an eighteen-year-old whose father governs Platina, a town located in the top floors of the tower
  • Join the army and use the hymns to unlock secrets and wield powerful magics
  • Dive into the minds of the girls and learn about what she is thinking, for a new element of gameplay
  • You can also change your heroine's costume and customize her skills


In Stock Now - Fatal Frame (US Version) (Playstation 2) - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 1/26/2010
UPC: 018946010243
Genre: Adventure
Company: Tecmo
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

Fatal Frame, known as Project Zero in Europe and Australia, and as Zero 零 Zero in Japan, is a survival horror video game series, so far consisting of four games and a spin-off. The first and second games in the series were released for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox, the third game is only available for the PlayStation 2, and the fourth game has been released exclusively for the Wii. The series' plot deals with ghosts, exorcism, and dark Shinto rituals.

Created by Tecmo, Fatal Frame is one of the most well received survival horror games to date.


In Stock Now - Atelier Iris 3 (US Version) (Playstation 2) - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 1/26/2010
UPC: 857823001192
Genre: RPG
Company: NIS
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

Players guide their party of adventurers through the town of Zey Meruze which acts as a central hub and five different areas called Alterworlds, acting as the dungeons. In order to progress through the game, players must undertake quests which are obtained from the Raiders Guild in town. This system is a departure from previous games in the series, and allows players to undertake multiple tasks at once and to choose their own way through the game to an extent. As tasks are completed, the party gains guild points. Once enough guild points are gained for the next rank, the next part of the main plotline follows, before more side-quests in the form of tasks are made available.

Features
  • Quest system that allows the players to decide which quest to play
  • You can battle enemies on the field- no more random encounter
  • Customizable job classes
  • Combine and create your own original items and weapons


In Stock Now - Atelier Iris Eternal Mana (US Version) - $49.99

Our Price: $49.99
Release Date: 1/26/2010
UPC: 730865530137
Genre: RPG
Company: NIS
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana takes you to a magic world called Regallzine, the dwelling place of the Great Spirit, Mana. Two teenagers, Krein Kiesling and Ryta Blanchimont, will combine their powers as they go on a unique adventure. Communicate with different mana races to gain power over fire, stone, wood, air and more. Develop your powers and use them to save a world torn apart by war!

Features
  • Take on the role of a young alchemist named Krein Kiesling
  • Krein travels the world of Regallzine to unlock the hidden secrets of alchemy
  • The world of Regallzine, the dwelling place of the Great Spirit, Mana, is comprised of 3 continents surrounded by a vast sea


In Stock Now - Fatal Frame III: The Tormented PS2 - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 11/8/2005
UPC: 018946010410
Genre: Survival Horror
Company: Tecmo
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

Fatal Frame III, known in Japan as Zero: The Tattoo's Voice, and in Europe as Project Zero III: The Tormented, is the third installment in the Fatal Frame video game series.

Features
  • The player controls the character of either Rei, Miku or Kei, and uses the camera obscura to photograph and fight off ghosts. The player explores in third person in either the dream world, the Manor of Sleep, or the real world. On the main screen there is a sensor bar that indicates if a ghost is present. When the sensor bar glows red, the controller vibrates, signaling that there is a hostile ghost nearby. If the sensor bar turns blue, there is a neutral or friendly ghost present, one that will not attack but can be captured with the camera. At any point in the game, the player can enter the first person camera mode in which ghosts can be defeated. The camera has a limited amount of film. Experience points are gained through defeating ghosts or by taking pictures of friendly ghosts and powering up the camera. Different abilities can be gained and it is up to the player how the points are distributed.
  • Fatal Frame III is split into day and night sequences. During the day, Rei moves about her home, speaking with the other characters and developing photographs. At night, while sleeping, Rei enters the "Manor of Sleep" in her dreams. Upon completing each chapter, referred to as an "hour" in-game, Rei wakes up back in the real world. However, as the game plot proceeds, the lines between the two worlds begin to blur for Rei. As a result, she starts to have visions of ghosts even when awake and the mysterious tattoo grows to cover an ever-increasing percentage of her body.
  • In some chapters, the player has the opportunity to play as Miku or Kei. Each character has different special abilities, making each of their playing styles unique. Rei is capable of using the camera's flash to scare off some spirits, but can only use it a limited number of times. Miku has a special "Sacred Stone" charm that decreases the speed of spirits when used. Additionally, using her "Double" ability, she can shoot twice in rapid succession with the camera after charging her first shot. Kei, with his greater physical strength, can perform actions such as moving a bookcase or jumping from the roof of one building to another. However, as Kei's camera capability is weaker than that of either Rei or Miku, he must hide to avoid detection by spirits.


In Stock 02/02/10 - Ar tonelico III: Sekai Shuuen no Hikigane wa Shoujo no Uta ga Hajiku (Import Playstation 3) - $74.99

Our Price: $74.99 Ships 2/2/10!!
Release Date: 01/28/2010
UPC: 4582224499250
Genre: RPG
Company: Banpresto
Version: Japan

Ar tonelico III: The Girl's Song that Pulls the Trigger of World's Demise is a console role-playing game produced by Gust and Namco Bandai for the Sony Playstation 3. It is the third installment in the Ar tonelico series, taking place in the Reyvateil-ruled country of Clusternia, which is within an area known as the Sol Cluster. Clusternia is situated on the third tower in the world of Ar Ciel, which floats above the uninhabitable Sea of Death. It is the first 3D game in the series.

Features
  • Reyvateils can sing in a language known as Hymmnos to attack. However, depending on the actions of the player, the hymnos will "combine" and change the music. These changes can have added effects such as increasing the vanguard's attack power.
  • During the game Aoto can "dive" into the Cosmospheres (spiritual world) of heroine Reyvateils to craft Song Magic. Various personalities exist within the Cosmosphere, and the player can choose to have the Reyvateil fight in the clothing of one of them.
  • Because the personalities who wear these costumes have differing Song Magic preferences, the costume will influence the R.A.H. system.
  • Diving additionally deepens the bond between the Reyvateil and Aoto, which in turn enables the Reyvateil to "unleash" her clothes for greater power.

In Stock Now - Mirror's Edge (US Version) - $16.99

Our Price: $16.99
Release Date: 11/11/2008
UPC: 14633154740
Genre: Shooter
Company: Electronic Arts
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

In a city where information is heavily monitored, agile couriers called Runners transport sensitive data away from prying eyes. In this seemingly utopian paradise, a crime has been committed and now you are being hunted. You are a Runner called Faith - and this innovative first-person action-adventure is your story.

Features
  • Heroes Emerge—A young woman without a home until she is taken in and trained by the Runners. Your incredible gifts allow you to swiftly navigate the city while eluding those who would try to stop you.
  • Go Vertigo—Heights create vertigo, movements flow naturally, collisions are felt realistically, and muscles and tendons strain as you chase and are chased throughout the city.
  • Slip off the Edge—Perform amazing acrobatic moves from below street level, through buildings, and up to the dizzying heights of hyper real skyscrapers as you face off against your enemies or run for your life.
  • Unrivaled Immersion—An exciting mix of chase, intense combat, strategy and puzzles draw you into a world like never before.

In Stock Now - Tatsunoko VS. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars (Nintendo Wii) - $46.99

Our Price: $46.99
Release Date: 1/26/10
UPC: 013388350162
Genre: Fighting
Company: Capcom
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom Ultimate All-stars is a fighting game for Wii pitting a wide range of fan favorite characters from the Capcom game universe against anime characters from Japan's Tatsunoko Production. Packed with over-the-top action, loads of mini-games, four battle modes and multiplayer support that includes two player local co-op and online versus play, it is a unique gaming experience that is not to be missed by established and new fans of the Capcom universe and anime alike.

Features
  • Newest installment to Capcom¿s critically acclaimed ¿VS¿ fighting series (i.e. Marvel VS Capcom 2)
  • 26 fan-favorite characters from the Tatsunoko and Capcom universes including: Street Fighter, Lost Planet, Onimusha, Mega Man and Darkstalkers
  • Dream Match-ups: Featuring iconic characters from anime and video games, Tatsunoko VS Capcom Ultimate All-Stars creates battles beyond any fans wildest dreams
  • Intense, Fast-Paced, Over-the-Top Fighting action: Wild, multi-hit combos fill the screen with flashy animated graphics
  • More than 20 mini-games provide additional multiplayer fun.


Wednesday, January 27, 2010

In Stock Now - Ultra Bust A Move (US Version) - $24.99

Our Price: $24.99
Release Date: 10/7/2007
UPC: 096427013327
Genre: Puzzle
Company: Majesco
Version: US Version

Stock Status: In Stock

Ultra Bust a Move Xbox The popular, bubble-bursting video game franchise is back, making its debut on Xbox with full Xbox Live support. In Ultra Bust-A-Move, puzzle fans everywhere will finally be able to play head to head across the country in addictive battles. In Ultra Bust-A-Move, players launch randomly colored balls from the bottom of the field in an attempt to attach them to bubbles of the same color. Once three bubbles of the same color are touching, they pop, causing all connected bubbles to drop. Players keep going until all the bubbles are gone.

Features
  • Xbox Live enabled head-to-head play with real-time, global rankings
  • Xbox Live Aware, Voice and Friend List support
  • Five new challenging puzzle types including: - See-Saw Puzzle bubbles fired will teeter the game board; dont tip it over! - Blind Puzzle players fire bubbles into a colorless field of bubbles revealing random patterns. - Count Puzzle score-based puzzle where only dropped bubbles count towards your score.
  • Hundreds of addictive game boards
  • 12 different characters, each with their own strategie

In Stock Now - Otogi (Import Xbox) - $68.99

Our Price: $68.99
Release Date: 12/12/2002
UPC: 4949776302023
Genre: Action
Company: From Software
Version: Japan - M73-00001

Stock Status: In Stock


Otogi: Myth of Demons, known in Japan as simply Otogi, is a hack and slash action game by From Software, published by Sega for the Xbox. The game was followed by a sequel Otogi 2: Immortal Warriors a year after its release in Japan.

Features
  • Otogi boasted a number of notable features including destructible environments, an unusually high level count for a 3D action game (29 stages). It was also a surprising release, coming out of nowhere with strong creativity and originality from a development team that has been primarily known only for the Armored Core series.


In Stock Now - Hitman Reborn Towel - Hayato Gokudera - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 1/25/2010
UPC: 4531894310693
Genre: Towel
Company: Cospa
Version: N/A

Stock Status: In Stock

Reborn!, known in Japan as Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, is an ongoing Japanese manga written and illustrated by Akira Amano. The plot revolves around the life of a young boy named Tsunayoshi Sawada, who finds out that he is the next in line to become the boss of the most powerful Mafia organization, the Vongola Family. As such, the Vongola's most powerful hitman, a gun-toting infant named Reborn, is sent to tutor "Tsuna" on how to become a respectable boss.

Features
  • Imported from Japan
  • Height: Approx 90×40cm

In Stock Now - Hitman Reborn Towel - Mukuro Rokudo - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 1/25/2010
UPC: 4531894310723
Genre: Towel
Company: Cospa
Version: N/A

Stock Status: In Stock

Reborn!, known in Japan as Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, is an ongoing Japanese manga written and illustrated by Akira Amano. The plot revolves around the life of a young boy named Tsunayoshi Sawada, who finds out that he is the next in line to become the boss of the most powerful Mafia organization, the Vongola Family. As such, the Vongola's most powerful hitman, a gun-toting infant named Reborn, is sent to tutor "Tsuna" on how to become a respectable boss.

Features
  • Imported from Japan
  • Height: Approx 90×40cm

In Stock Now - Beatmania II DX 10th Style [Pre-Owned] - $79.99

Our Price: $79.99
Release Date: 11/14/2005
UPC: 4988602124668
Genre: RYTHM
Company: Konami
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

Featuring 88 songs beatmania IIDX 10th Style was the first game in the series to allow two players to select separate modifiers. Clear status was now saved to e-AMUSEMENT cards, differentiating between Failed, Cleared, Easy Clear, Hard Clear, and Full Combo. The game used a new "DJ Points" system to determine a player's overall skill. In addition, the difficulty meter was extended to a 1-8 scale, and songs rated "Level 7+" were now considered "Level 8's.

Features
  • Core gameplay remains the same on 10th Style. The previous flashing 7 difficulty level was replaced with a difficulty level of 8. In addition, an animated particle effect now occurs if a full combo is scored on a song.
  • e-Amusement support was extended on 10th Style, now being able to sort songs in folders based on whether they have been cleared in various ways. These include Failed, Cleared, Easy Clear (for songs played with the Easy modifier), and Full Combo.


In Stock Now - Beatmania IIDX 9th Style[Pre-Owned] - $79.99

Our Price: $79.99
Release Date: 3/21/2005
UPC: 4988602118919
Genre: RYTHM
Company: Konami
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

A slick and super-shiny interface graces the latest Beatmania IIDX with which to flip through modes and music lists. Beginners to the Bemani fold may test their skills in Beginner Mode while seasoned DJs crush Expert Mode with dancing fingers and blazing reflexes honed after years of practice.

Beatmania IIDX 9th Style is the 9th game in the beatmania IIDX series of music video games. It was released in arcades by Konami in 2003. The game features over 50 new songs, some of which can be unlocked using Konami's e-Amusement platform - which made its official debut on 9th Style.

The interface used by 9th Style is more modern and crisper looking than previous styles, taking advantage of the better graphics capabilities of the new PC based hardware which 9th Style now utilizes. The new hardware also eliminates the separate DVD player which was used on previous versions for background videos, as all the videos and data are now stored on the hard drive contained within the machine.

Features
  • Core gameplay remained the same on 9th Style. 5-key mode has been removed and replaced by a separate 5-key modifier, which can be used on any song on any difficulty.
  • 9th Style was the first version of Beatmania IIDX to use a new Windows XP PC-based platform nicknamed the Bemani PC instead of the PlayStation-based Bemani Twinkle hardware which had been used since the beginning of the series. The improved platform had its benefits, such as better graphics capabilities, network support through e-Amusement, larger storage, and background videos being stored on the hard drive along with the game data (dropping the need for a separate DVD player).
  • The new platform however, became blamed for a multitude of issues with 9th Style, such as longer load times and off-sync timing windows on some songs.
  • 9th Style was the first version of IIDX to have support for Konami's new e-Amusement system, which can be used for the saving of stats and records to "entry cards". The entry cards were magnetic cards usually containing game artwork, inserted into a card reader mounted on the sides of the cabinet, and protected by a 4-digit pin. The cards could save stats and scores in between games, allowing new features such as the ability to sort songs by a player's previous performance on it (by letter grades, clear status, or full combos). When connected to the internet, scores could also be uploaded to the internet, but unlike future implementations, this was entirely optional. 9th Style did not require a network connection for full e-Amusement compatibility, and thus could be used while offline too. 10th Style however, would require a network connection to use e-Amusement.
  • An extra stage can be earned for meeting specific criteria on the final stage. If the last stage is played on Another with Hard Mode enabled on any song rated a Flashing 7, and the player gets a AAA, the player is able to play PARANOiA survivor MAX by 290, well known as the boss song of DDR Extreme. If the stage is played on hard mode and an a grade of AAA is obtained, the player is forced to play One More Extra Stage, this song being Quasar by Outphase. On the PS2 version, getting an A is sufficient.
  • A home version of 9th Style was released in Japan for the PlayStation 2 on March 21, 2005. As with other IIDX home releases, it contains all the new songs from the Arcade version, revivals from older styles, and new songs. The home version also features higher quality graphics than previous versions, and S/PDIF audio output for higher quality sound. Of note, the console version of 9th Style does not suffer from the same timing issues as the Arcade version.


In Stock Now - Beatmania II DX 8th Style [Pre-Owned] - $79.99

Our Price: $79.99
Release Date: 11/17/2004
UPC: 4988602115345
Genre: RYTHM
Company: Konami
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

Konami's latest home conversion of Beatmania didn't require a promotional campaign to drum up the necessary preorder numbers like IIDX 7th Style did. The strength of 7th's sales sort of fixed that. Bemani's an aging franchise but the jaded old school contingent appears to be bolstered by a new generation of rhythm handlers. The 57-track listing on the back of the DVD insert features a number of familiar names.

In Stock Now - Halo Wars Limited Edition (Xbox 360 US Version) - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 11/10/2009
UPC: 882224625845
Genre: Shooter
Company: Microsoft
Version: USA

Stock Status: In Stock

Get your hands dirty in the early stages of the epic battle between UNSC and Covenant. Developed by Ensemble Studios, the Limited Collector's Edition of Halo Wars for Xbox 360 brings all the drama of a real-time strategy game to the popular Halo Universe. Set in the year 2531, before the initial Halo first-person shooter game, this game lets you control the human armies of UNSC in a whole new way.

Features
  • Control armies in a whole new way as strategy gaming meets the epic Halo universe
  • Fight as either UNSC or Convent and employ everything from special Marine units and Warthogs to threatening Scarabs
  • Experience smooth, intuitive controls and a friendly UI with a platform developed just for Xbox360
  • Enter into skirmishes with up to six players via Xbox LIVE online support
  • Premium edition includes three Halo 3 maps, Halo Wars: Genesis graphic novel, access to the Honor Guard Wraith, six Leader cards, and patch

In Stock Now - Ninety-Nine Nights (Platinum Collection) (Import 360) - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 11/2/2006
UPC: 4988648479371
Genre: Action Adventure
Company: Microsoft
Version: Japan - ZN7-00010

Stock Status: In Stock

N3: Ninety-Nine Nights, or simply Ninety-Nine Nights, is a fantasy hack and slash video game developed exclusively for the Xbox 360 by an alliance between Q Entertainment and Phantagram. Phantagram is a South Korean based developer noted for creating the Kingdom Under Fire series. Q Entertainment is a Japanese developer best known for its Lumines and Meteos series.

Video game designer Tetsuya Mizuguchi served as producer for the game. The game features hundreds of enemies onscreen at any given time, and borrows heavily from other video games of the genre, most notably from the Dynasty Warriors and Kingdom Under Fire series'. The follow-up, Ninety-Nine Nights II, was officially unveiled at Microsoft's TGS 2008 press conference.

Features
  • Ninety-Nine Nights met with near universal acclaim for its graphics when released. The tone and quality of this game had made drastic changes from other similar games, and graphically was one of the "better" games of its time. The graphical style is for the most part distinctly Western, while set in a fantasy universe.
  • This game is of the crowd combat sub-genre, in which players battle hundreds of foes simultaneously. Combo moves are performed by using various combinations of the two main attack buttons, while the jump and dash buttons can initiate other actions or specialty attacks. Individual enemies are generally quite weak, typically being unable to perform any combos or block with any effectiveness.
  • There are seven different characters with different play styles, although only one character, Inphyy, is unlocked at the beginning. Successfully completing each character's story will unlock one or two new characters, until they have all been revealed.
  • After completing levels in Ninety-Nine Nights, a player's performance is scored, with both a letter grade and 'points' being awarded, depending on how well the player did. Points can be spent to unlock extras, such as concept art and character bios.
  • The title has limited role-playing elements, with characters gaining levels and being able to select which weapons and accessories to equip. These performance-enhancing items can be found in the different stages or are awarded for excellent performance, providing benefits such as increased attack power. As the characters gain levels they learn additional attack combinations, but there is no opportunity for skill customization.
  • Another key component of the title is the "Orb Attack" / "Orb Spark" element. Killing enemies yields red orbs that are stored up until the "Orb Attack" bar is full. Once the bar is full, a player may press B to enter "Orb Attack" mode, where the character can use powerful attacks to slay groups of enemies. Enemies killed while in this mode drop blue, not red, orbs. Once a player has stored up enough blue orbs (which usually requires several "Orb Attacks"), he or she can unleash a super-devastating, screen-clearing "Orb Spark" attack. Killing enemies yields the occasional equipment drop, which you can equip and time during a map as long as you are not retaliating from an attack, in midair, or in the middle of an attack.
  • The orb collection mechanic is not unlike that found in Onimusha: Warlords except that it is automatic. The orb attacks are comparable to "Musou attacks" in the Dynasty Warriors series, in that the player is invulnerable whilst making them, although in Ninety-Nine Nights, such attacks are significantly more powerful.
  • Each character has their own unique attacks, weapons and orb attacks, as well having their own questline (of around four stages on average).


In Stock Now - Wii Remote + MotionPlus (USA Packaging) (Black) - $49.99

Our Price: $49.99
Release Date: 1/25/2010
UPC: 045496890452
Genre: Accessory
Company: Nintendo
Version: USA

Stock Status: In Stock

This bundle includes a Wii Remote Controller and one Wii MotionPlus accessory. The wireless, freehand Wii Remote not only makes games easy to play, it makes them more fun than ever before. Accentuating the sense of touch in the game lets you feel the heat of emotion with each movement. Because up to four players can grab a Wii Remote and play, there's always a party ready to happen with Wii! The Wii Remote frees you from cords and excessive, complicated buttons without sacrificing game play depth.

Wireless and motion-sensitive, the Wii Remote offers an intuitive, natural way to play games. The controller plays into the conventional motions you make everyday. Wii MotionPlus is simple, intuitive, and easy to use. Connect the Wii MotionPlus accessory to your Wii Remote controller to increase accuracy and enhance play control on compatible games. Wii MotionPlus contains additional sensors that make the Wii Remote respond to the slightest movement, motion, or twist of the wrist.

Features
  • 3-axis motion-sensing
  • Used as a remote, operates up to 15 feet away
  • Built-in speaker
  • Features expansion port for additional input devices, such as the Nunchuk controller
  • Includes one Wii MotionPlus add-on for enhanced play control

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

SUPER DEAL!! - Hori Real Arcade Pro 3 Joystick For Playstation 3 PS3 - $69.99 ONLINE ONLY

Our Price: $89.99
Sale Price: $69.99 ONLINE SPECIAL ONLY
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Release Date: 2/5/2007
UPC: 873124001822
Genre: Joystick
Company: Hori
Version: HP3-07

Stock Status: In Stock

Real Arcade Pro Joystick which uses the same form-factor and case of the other Real Arcade Pro sticks. Similar to earlier HRAPs, the new stick uses actual arcade buttons and a clicky Sanwa lollipop-style joystick to give gamers an authentic coin-op experience at home.

Hori uses a more elegant solution this time around and adds a "PS" button. The RAP3 connects to the PS3 by way of USB cable and the analog thumbsticks on the SixAxis controller may be emulated by toggling a slide lever which switches from D-pad, L-analog, or R-analog control.

Catalog No. HP3-07

Features
  • Hi-end next generation arcade style controller.
  • Turbo (20times/sec) function can be set up on all buttons.
  • The 8 main buttonds are designed and placed on same layout as the arcades.
  • With toggle switch, the stick control can be directed to PS3 controller's directional pad, left stick, or right stick controls.
  • Recommended for fighting, action, shooting, FPS, and other games that are available through PlayStation Network.

In Stock Now - Wii Nunchuk Controller (USA Packaging) (Black) - $19.99

Our Price: $19.99
Release Date: 1/25/2010
UPC: 045496890445
Genre: Accessory
Company: Nintendo
Version: USA - Region Free

Stock Status: In Stock

Contoured to perfectly fit a player's hand, the Nunchuk controller goes an extra step to meet the needs of gamers. It features the same motion-sensing technology enabled in the Wii Remote controller, with an analog stick to assist in character movement. Use it to move your characters and have them perform all kinds of specific actions -- whether it's throwing a pass in football or aiming a ranged weapon in an action game. The ambidextrous nature of the Wii controllers grants accessibility seldom seen in game controllers.

Features
  • Size: 113mm (L) x 38.2mm (W) x 37.5mm (D)
  • Uses the communication function of the Wii Remote Control
  • Motion sensor function (3 axes)
  • Buttons: C, Z

In Stock Now - Wii Classic Controller (USA Packaging) (White) - $19.99

Our Price: $19.99
Release Date: 1/25/2010
UPC: 045496890322
Genre: Accessory
Company: Nintendo
Version: USA - Region Free

Stock Status: In Stock

The Classic Controller is designed to work together with the Wii Remote on the Wii console. Created for accessibility and comfort, the Classic Controller blends design elements from game systems such as the NES¨, Super NES¨, and Nintendo 64¨ providing seamless play control for a wide range of games. The Classic Controller is primarily used for playing Virtual Console games on the Wii Shop Channel. Also look on the back of Wii Game Disc packaging to see which games use the Classic Controller.

Features
  • Four face buttons - X, Y, B, A
  • Twin analog sticks
  • Four shoulder buttons
  • 4-way D-pad

In Stock Now - Growlanser: Heritage of War Special Edition - $98.99

Our Price: $98.99
Release Date: 9/18/2007
UPC: 735366307585
Genre: Tactical RPG
Company: Working Designs
Version: US

Stock Status: In Stock

Growlanser Generations is both a collection of Growlanser II and Growlanser III and the sole American release of both games. The American localizations of both games were produced by Working Designs. This is also the last video game Working Designs released in the US before they became defunct in December 2005.

Growlanser Generations is not to be confused with Growlanser V: Generations, the fifth entry in the Growlanser series.

Features
  • Box Contents
  • A game-themed analog watch and case
  • A game-based ring, chain, and storage pouch
  • A deck of playing cards with case and customized artwork (Customized artwork is limited to the case, the back of the cards, and the Jokers).
  • A soundtrack with over 20 specially arranged themes.

In Stock Now - Bit Generations Series 1: Boundish - $24.99

Our Price: $24.99
Release Date: 7/11/2006
UPC: 4902370513707
Genre: Puzzle
Company: Nintendo
Version: Japanese

Stock Status: In Stock

Boundish is played similar to the game Pong, with players hitting an orb back and forth between two paddles. However, each level of the game contains different objectives that require the player to alter the way the orb is battered about.

In Stock Now - Bit Generations Series 1: Digidrive -$24.99

Our Price: $24.99
Release Date: 7/25/2006
UPC: 4902370513738
Genre: Puzzle
Company: Nintendo
Version: Japanese
Stock Status: In Stock

Digidrive is the 7th and final installment of the bit Generations series. Developed by Q-Games, it is the only game in the series not developed by skip Ltd.

The object of the game is to propel the disc-shaped core as many meters as possible before the piston collides into the core and ends the game. The player must direct up to three different varieties of "vehicle," each of a different color, into one of four different lanes. If five of the same vehicle fill up the same lane, a triangle will appear and the lane will change to the same color as the type of vehicle that entered this lane.

Features
  • A DSiWare version was released in the PAL regions under the name Intersect on October 2, 2009, and under the original Digidrive title in Japan on November 4, 2009 and in North America on November 16, 2009.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Pre-Order 2/6/2010 - Official Marvel VS Capcom 2 Arcade FightStick: Tournament Edition – Xbox 360 - $159.99

Our Price: $159.99
Release Date: 2/6/2010
UPC: TBA
Genre: Joystick
Company: Madcatz
Version: CAP-MV2047380/02/1

Availability: Pre-Order

Created to appeal to the serious fighting enthusiast, nothing brings the arcade experience closer to home than the Marvel VS Capcom 2 Arcade FightStick: Tournament Edition. Approved by Marvel and Capcom and presented in ‘Collector’s Edition’ packaging*, the Tournament Edition FightStick uses arcade-quality components sourced by legendary Japanese arcade manufacturer, Sanwa Denshi™

Featuring a Japanese-style ball-handled joystick, 30mm Action Buttons, and button placement matching the Vewlix™ arcade cabinet configuration, fighting fans will feel right at home. The D-Pad Control Switch and Dual-Turbo functionally add twin levels of turbo control to any of the Action Buttons, enhancing the arcade experience for both new and seasoned players.

Complete with detailed touches such as screw-on rubber feet for solid surface play, unobtrusive placement of the Start and Select/Back Buttons, a locking mechanism preventing accidental activation of turbo settings for tournament play and authentic Marvel VS Capcom 2 artwork, the Arcade FightStick: Tournament Edition represents the best possible choice for gamers and comic book fans alike.

Features
  • Authentic Japanese-style Sanwa Denshi™ joystick & buttons
  • 8-button layout with additional multi-speed Turbo functionality
  • Premium-quality components with genuine arcade layout
  • Controller lock/unlock switch prevents accidental button presses
  • 13ft (4m) USB cable with internal cable storage
  • Connects to console via lag-free USB
  • Storage compartment for efficient cable management
  • 3-way switch enables joystick to function as left or right analog stick or D-Pad
  • Integrated headset port for use with Xbox LIVE®
  • Officially licensed by Marvel and Capcom