Wednesday, 20 September 2006
Many belting titles restocked recently: more fight fests on the DC along with the funkiest Cool Cool Toon with Cool Cool Jam on the NGPC, the retro chic Cyborg 009 on the Mega CD, the infamous Gleylancer and Treasure classic Yu Yu Hakusho for the Mega Drive and more Treasure brilliance on the N64 in Mischief Makers. The PC Engine gets three amazing additions in Rayxanber III, Kaze Kiri and Steam Hearts with plenty more restocks on the Hu Card format such as Dead Moon and Splatterhouse. Gear Fighter Dendoh and Choukousoku Grandoll demonstrate the PSX's hardcore credentials if you know the right places to look. The Super Famicom shows off Demons Blazon from the golden Capcom era along with the genius of Violinist of Hamelin and Macross Scrambled Valkyrie. The Saturn proves its in a different orbit when it comes to import retro gaming with the welcomed addition of Battle Garegga and the ThunderForce V Special Pack along with some cracking restocks: Segata Sanshiro, Prikura Daisakusen, Salamander Deluxe Pack, Guardian Heroes and Hyper Duel all coming with the Genki seal of approval. Finally a lovely, limited edition version of Chun Li - well worthy of immortalising in a PVC figure.
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Sunday, 10 September 2006
At last the Animal Crossing Figures are back in stock. Apologies for the delays - Bandai and Tomy's merger has meant they are no longer in production and hard to find. Other new additions to the site include King of Fighters bashing a few skulls together on the DC in the legendary SNK/Playmore style. Master Karateka on the GameBoy is a lesson in old school design mechanics with some fluid animation and rock hard challenge. Virtua Fighter Mini and Ristar look sublime on the Game Gear screen whilst Valis III on the Mega Drive is packed with nostalgia of the golden 16Bit era of gaming. Viewtiful Joe shows what a cracking character he is with some sterlingly heroic performances on the DS, PS2 and GameCube. The ever popular DC/NGPC Link Up Cable is back in while stocks last. The Sumo and Samurai Spirits IV leave no time to heal blistered thumbs with their nimble fingered joypad manoeuvres and good old fashioned button bashing gameplay on the PSX.
Shooting Love Trizeal, Gitaroo Man Wan and Vib Ripple prove the PS2 has a hardcore interior if you get past the mass market exterior with these delightful works of programming prowess. The DC X helps Dreamcast owners enjoy a wealth of import exclusives whilst the Virtua Cop Gun Controller Pack is back on the Saturn complete with jet black gun to match the jet black Reservoir Dogs style suits. Segata Sanshiro gets his fine tracks in the Soundtracks section and proves impossible not to sing along with his crooning. Finally we are proud to add a Customer Requests facility to our menu allowing you to request titles not currently on the site. We look forward to more of your favourite import suggestions and happy gaming.For the full story please point you browser here...
Friday, 1 September 2006
Full review of all the site prices - plenty of reductions and not a single increase. Thank you for your continued support.