Wednesday, August 24, 2011

In Stock Early - Black Rock Shooter (Import PSP) - Game Only / Game with Charm / Limited Edition - $79.99/$99.99/$199.99

Black * Rock Shooter: The Game Only (Import PSP) Black * Rock Shooter: The Game With Charm (Import PSP) Black * Rock Shooter: The Game [White Premium Box] (Import PSP)
Our Price: $79.99 / $99.99 / $199.99
Release Date: 8/25/11
UPC: 4580320630041 / 4580320630027 / 4580320630034
Genre: Action
Company: Epoch
Version: Region Free - ULJM-05859 / JRPG-00002 / JRPG-00001
Stock Status: In Stock

A role-playing video game, titled Black Rock Shooter: The Game, is currently in development by Imageepoch for the PlayStation Portable and will be released on August 25, 2011. Set in a different universe to the OVA, it will feature animated cut scenes by Ufotable. A limited edition Premium Box of the game will be released, bundled with a Figma figurine of the game's antagonist, White Rock Shooter.

In Stock Early - Monster Hunter Portable 3rd HD Ver. (Import Playstation 3) - $64.99

Our Price: $64.99
Release Date: 8/25/2011
UPC: 4976219039451
Genre: Action
Company: Capcom
Version: Region Free - BLJM-85001
Stock Status: In Stock

Monster Hunter Portable 3rd is the latest installment in the Monster Hunter franchise for the PlayStation Portable system that was released in Japan on December 1, 2010. The game is set to be released, as a part of the PlayStation Portable Remaster series, on PlayStation 3.

Monster Hunter Portable 3rd HD is a high definition remastering of the game for the PlayStation 3, it is the first game that is part of Sony's PSP Remaster series for the PS3. The game is set to be released in Japan in "Summer 2011". It will feature enhanced HD graphics, 3D support and shared save support with the PSP.

  • Within two weeks of release by December 20, 2010, Monster Hunter Portable 3rd sold 2.58 million units in Japan. According to the game's publisher, Monster Hunter Portable 3rd is “now the fastest selling PSP title ever in Japan” and “the fastest selling game in Capcom's history.” By March 2011, the game's sales in Japan had reached 4.6 million units.