Saturday, July 10, 2010

In Stock Now - Love Plus + (Import DS) - $59.99

Our Price: $59.99
Release Date: 7/8/2010
UPC: 4988602151527
Genre: Simulation
Company: Konami
Version: Japan - RY136-J1

Stock Status: In Stock

Basically, Love Plus with new content. Field trips, fitness modes, and sick days, Love Plus + bring everything from the original game back, with many new ways to interact with your girls. The game was released on June 24th, 2010, in Japan. It is also possible to transfer your data from Love Plus into Love Plus + with two DS's.

In Stock Now - Layton Kyouju to Majin no Fue (Import DS) - $49.99

Our Price: $49.99
Release Date: 11/26/2009
UPC: 4571237660115
Genre: Puzzle
Company: Level 5
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

The newest Professor Layton game is coming with more challenging puzzles, interesting characters and an enchanting storyline. All those who have played the Layton Trilogy knew what good partners Layton and Luke make, yet you did not know how they came to know each other. This game answers this mystery.

In a strange little town, there is an object called the specter's flute. It has the power to call forth monsters to destroy the town. Together with Remi, a photographer who insists on following him, Layton sets off toward the mist covered town.

More mini games, an even larger volume of puzzles, it's time to sharpen your brain.

In Stock Now - Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 (Import DS) - $64.99

Our Price: $64.99
Release Date: 4/28/2010
UPC: 4988601006460
Genre: RPG
Company: Square Enix
Version: Japan - NTR-P-CJRJ

Stock Status: In Stock

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 is a Nintendo DS console role-playing game published by Square Enix. It is the sequel to Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker and is the fifth game in the Dragon Quest Monsters series. It was released in Japan on April 28, 2010 and no North American release has been announced.

  • Joker 2's gameplay follows closely to its predecessor.
  • Players explore islands and tame wild monsters into their party.
  • Monsters fight in turn-based combat and grow stronger.
  • Hundreds of monsters from the Dragon Quest games appear in Joker 2, with a few new species.
  • This is the second game in the series to feature Wi-Fi support.
  • Joker 2 has Wi-Fi support and Square Enix has announced that up to eight players can connect to each other.
  • The game will also keep track of the best players through leaderboards.

In Stock Now - Tomodachi Collection - $49.99

Our Price: $49.99
Release Date: 6/18/2009
UPC: 4902370517804
Genre: Misc
Company: Nintendo
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

Tomodachi Collection is a life simulation handheld video game for the Nintendo DS. It was released only in Japan on June 18, 2009. The gameplay is similar to The Sims. This game uses Miis to interact in this game. Players can transfer their Miis from their Wii console to their Nintendo DS. Players also can make friends and do tasks in everyday life. Players also can give clothes, food, and special items to the Miis to gain experience. Constructed places can be opened when the player performs many tasks and earns more in-game money.

  • The gameplay is similar to The Sims.
  • The gamer uses Miis to interact in this game.
  • Players can transfer their Miis from their Wii console to their Nintendo DS.
  • Players also can make friends and do everyday tasks. Players also can give clothes, food, and special items to the Miis to gain experience.
  • Constructed places can be opened when the player performs many tasks and earns more in-game money.
  • Miis have dreams when tapping on the "夢"(Yume) thought. Entering a Mii's dream will occur something bad or good in a Mii. Dreams will come to the Miis at 12:00 - 5:59 AM.
  • Famitsu rated Tomodachi Collection a score of 29 out of 40. It was the best-selling game in Japan during the week of its release, selling about 102,000 units.
  • As of September 28, 2009, the game sold 1.15 million copies in total, making it the fourth-best selling game in Japan of the first half of the 2009 fiscal year.
  • At the end of the 2009-2010 fiscal year on March 31, 2010, Nintendo reported that the game sold 3.2 million units.

In Stock Now - Fairy Tail: Portable Guild (Import PSP) - $64.99

Our Price: $64.99
Release Date: 06/03/2010
UPC: 4988602150391
Genre: RPG
Company: Konami
Version: Japan - VP072-J1

Stock Status: In Stock

An action video game for the PlayStation Portable titled Fairy Tail: Portable Guild was unveiled at the 2009 Tokyo Game Show. The game is being developed by Konami and slated for release on June 3 2010. A fighting game for the DS, titled Fairy Tail Gekito Mado Shikkesen will be released on July 22, 2010.

In Stock Now - BlazBlue: Continuum Shift (Import 360) -$79.99

Our Price: $79.99
Release Date: 07/01/2010
UPC: 4510772100113
Genre: Fighting
Company: Arc System Works
Version: Japan

Stock Status: In Stock

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift​ is a fighting game developed by Arc System Works. The game is an official Sequel to BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. As with the previous game, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift will first come to arcades before both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions as the game is currently released for the Taito Type X2 arcade system board, with a 16:9 ratio and 768p resolution. It was released in November 20, 2009 in Japan, though the North American version is not released in arcades. A console version was released on July 1, 2010 in Japan and will be released on July 27 in North America.

The game has undergone several revamped gameplay mechanics; features at least four new characters: Tsubaki Yayoi and Hazama (from Arcade version), μ-12 (Console-exclusive), and Makoto Nanaya (to be released via DLC) [1]; replaces the character, ν-13, with Λ-11; and rebalances previous characters with new or tweaked moves.

The game also features all-new character select art, new and returning gameplay modes, and continues the predecessor's story.

  • BlazBlue: Continuum Shift retains the traditional 2D fighter gameplay of two characters participating in a duel on a two dimensional plane. A match can consist of one to five rounds known as "rebels". To win a round, one player must either incapacitate the other by inflicting enough damage through various attacks or by having more remaining health after the round's timer depletes.
  • During each rebel, players fill a Heat Gauge which can be used for advanced techniques such as Distortion Drives, Rapid Cancels, Counter Assaults, and certain characters' attacks (Jin/Hakumen). The Heat Gauge can be filled via dealing damage, taking damage, perfect blocking attacks.
  • However, some mechanics from the previous installment have been changed or completely replaced in the transition.
  • The Guard Libra system which utilizes a tug-of-war gauge has been replaced with the new Guard Primer point system. Each character has a certain amount of points (e.g. Tager has a maximum of 10 primer points while characters like Carl or Ragna have 4 and 5 respectively). These points are depleted whenever moves with "Guard Break" properties (e.g. Jin's "Gale" or Hakumen's "Forward C") are blocked. Upon depletion of all points, the character is immobilized for a certain period of time known as Guard Crush. Barrier blocking can be used at critical times to prevent a Guard Crush by consuming 50% of the Barrier gauge instead. Primer points regenerate over time or after all points are depleted.
  • Barrier Burst has been replaced with Break Burst, a similar ability but with different penalties. Break Burst can only be performed twice in a single match, and its second use can only become available if you lose a round. It no longer permanently drains your Barrier Gauge or gives you the "DANGER" penalty. A free unused burst is required for Astral Heats. Bursts have different properties depending on when they are used, as the offensive "Gold Burst" has high bounce and combo-ability and the combos initiated by it can kill while the defensive "Green Burst" will provide invincibility for the entire burst motion at the cost of permanently halving your maximum primer points. All lost primer points due to Barrier Bursts will never recover.
  • Astral Heat conditions have been changed. Instead of requiring it to be the final round and the opponent being within 20% health, it now only requires it to be your match point round and your opponent being below 35% health. It still requires 100% heat and now has the additional requirement of a freely available unused Burst.

In Stock Now - White Knight Chronicles II (Import Playstation 3) - $79.99

Our Price: $79.99
Release Date: 7/8/2010
UPC: 4948872730426
Genre: Action Adventure
Company: Sony Computer Entertainment
Version: Region Free - BCJS-30042

Stock Status: In Stock

White Knight Chronicles: Awakening of Light and Darkness​ is an upcoming video game developed by Level-5 and published by Sony Computer Entertainment exclusively for the PlayStation 3. The game is a direct sequel to the 2008 title, White Knight Chronicles, and was announced at TGS 2009.

The game will allow the player to transfer their character from White Knight Chronicles along with equipments and guild ranks.

Level-5 has announced that to play White Knight Chronicles 2, the entirety of the main storyline of the first game must be completed. It has been announced that White Knight Chronicles 2 will also include the original White Knight Chronicles in its entirety.