Tuesday, May 11, 2010

06/30/10 - Pre-Order - Super Mario Brothers Wii Character Strap Potion Drink - $7.99

Our Price: $7.99
Release Date: 06/30/2010
UPC: 4901777204966
Genre: Toy
Company: Suntory
Version: N/A


  • Softdrink made by Suntory
  • Shipped randomly (8 Different character)
  • One Character Strap per Potion
  • 500ml Dakara drink
  • Limited availability

07/31/2010 -Pokemon Diamond & Pearl Keychain Takara Tomy - Celebi/Zoroark/Zorua - $9.99 ea.

Our Price: $9.99
Release Date: 07/31/2010
Company: Takara Tomy
Version: JAPAN


07/31/10 - Pre-Order - Capcom Monster Hunter Tumbler: Airu/Rathalos - $19.99

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Release Date: 07/31/2010
Genre: Tumbler
Company: Capcom
Version: Japan

  • Capcom Monster Hunter Tumbler: Airu
  • 2 different kinds
  • Limited availability

In Stock Now - .hack//LINK (Import PSP) - $69.99

Our Price: $69.99
Release Date: 03/04/2010
UPC: 4582224493302
Genre: RPG
Company: Bandai Namco Games
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

.hack//LINK, Also known as .hack//LINK Twilight Knights) is an extension to the .hack series. The story is told in manga with art by Megane Kikuya and original story by CyberConnect2. A PSP release of this title has been confirmed with pictures of the game itself in Famitsu Magazine.

  • The story takes place in the year 2020, just three years after the events of .hack//G.U.
  • The story will take place not only in the new version of "The World" known as "The World R:X" but in the real world as well.
  • The lead character is a middle school student named Tokio Kuryuu. He lives a normal life as a gamer until a mysterious girl named Saika Amagi transfers to his school.
  • She takes Tokio to the school rooftop one day and sends his consciousness and real body into The World R:X, where Tokio begins to discover that time for some characters, and even the history of The World itself, are going haywire; for instance, Tsukasa is turning back into his previous cold mannerisms, and Haseo is being cold-hearted and obsessive about finding and killing Tri-Edge.
  • It has also been revealed from a hidden poem on CyberConnect2's website that Kite from the original four .hack games and Haseo from .hack//G.U. will be returning. According to the group picture set along side the logo on the home page of the official site, other characters such as Azure Kite, Atoli, Tabby, and Ovan will also make appearance.

In Stock Now - Wangan Midnight Best Version - $39.99

Our Price: $39.99
Release Date: 7/25/2007
UPC: 4994934000037
Genre: Racing
Company: Genki
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

Based on the popular Japanese anime series, Wangan Midnight is an arcade racing game The original story features young ambitious racer Akio Asakura who has trouble forming intimate relationships and his love interest, Reina Akikawa - fashion model by day and a street racer by night. Wangan Midnight features a Story Mode, online races and lots of tune up options of your cars.

In Stock Now - Hori Real Arcade Pro 3 Joystick For Playstation 3 PS3 - $89.99

Our Price: $89.99
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

  • 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 - Hokuto Musou (Import Playstation 3) - $84.99

Our Price: $84.99
Release Date: 03/25/2010
UPC: 4988615033216
Genre: action
Company: Koei
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

Hokuto Musō is a beat em up game created by Koei based on the Fist of The North Star Franchise. It was originally announced as a "mystery title" during the 2009 Tokyo Game Show as its story and characters are based on the famous Japanese comic and anime series. Hisashi Koinuma, producer of the Samurai Warriors series says that the staff aims to create a "new realistic feel" for the Fist of the North Star series while still being faithful to the original's roots. Tetsuo Hara and Yoshiyuki Okamura, the illustrator and writer of the original comic, has expressed their support and enthusiasm for the title. The game will be released in Japan on March 25, 2010 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and considered as an official side spinoff to Koei's Warrior series.

  • An adaptation of the venerable Fist Of The North Star franchise, Hokuto Musō is a game in the vein of Koei's other Warriors games, but has a much deeper emphasis on storyline.
  • It follows the first and most well known half of the FOTNS saga, starting with Kenshiro's quest to rescue his lover Yuria from Shin, his best friend turned rival, up to the series' conclusion with Kenshiro facing his brother Raoh.
  • It covers all the important storylines featured in the saga, including those of the Nanto Roku Seiken and Kenshiro's fellow Hokuto Shinken practitioners: Raoh, Toki and Jagi.
  • The basic controls and mission system are the same as most Warriors titles, but this game is different by borrowing more elements from the action adventure genre.
  • While a K.O count is still present, enemies don't necessarily swarm the players and appear in certain sections within an area.
  • Characters can also grab opponents, climb walls, or pick and throw items with the R2 trigger (PS3).
  • They may also need to destroy objects to clear alternative paths through an area.
  • When facing greater opponents or bosses of an area, players maybe forced into a one-on-one match with them.
  • Tapping the Circle (PS3) lets players use their character's various techniques from the comic.
  • These deadly techniques (or ougi) act as the character's type of "musou" in this game, allowing limited invincibility and massively damaging a target. When a technique is used, the game will momentarily freeze the action on the field until the move is completed.
  • The nature of implementing a technique varies on the character. For instance, Kenshiro's blows are straight forward and focus on precise one hit strikes.
  • However, Rei's moves requires players to be aware of timing.
  • During the execution of each of his techniques, players are asked to tap Triangle (PS3) at select moments in order to complete the move successfully.
  • Enemies are killed in a similar manner as the original comic, including blood and exploding bodies.
  • http://www.gamecity.ne.jp/hokuto/

In Stock Now - No More Heroes: Eiyuutachi no Rakuen (Import Playstation 3) - $69.99

Our Price: $69.99
Release Date: 4/15/2010
UPC: 4535506301512
Genre: Action
Company: Marvelous Entertainment
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

No More Heroes is an action video game for the Wii video game system. It was directed by Goichi Suda (known in Japan by the nickname Suda51), developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and published by Marvelous Entertainment Inc., Spike, Ubisoft and Rising Star Games. Previously titled Heroes. Suda51 has said that No More Heroes focuses on social issues. The game is going to receive ports to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 under the title No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise. A release outside Japan has not been announced for the ports, with US publisher Ubisoft stating that they will not publish the title on the Playstation 3 or Xbox 360. A sequel, No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, is planned for 2010.

  • Overall, No More Heroes has received positive reviews. The game received a 34/40 from Famitsu. GameSpot gave it an Editor's Choice Award, praising the unique story, gameplay, and sense of humor.
  • X-Play gave the game 5/5, citing "exceptional writing, sharp satire, satisfying game progression, unique visual style, intuitive controls, and a catchy and distinctive soundtrack.
  • Xplay also called it the third best game and best Wii game released in the first half of 2008".