Video Game Purchase 7/13/09

Went out this afternoon to the Mall again and picked up Castle of Shikigami III for the Wii. Havn’t played it yet though. I have a small rant about Gamestop i will post later.

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Video Game Purchase 7/09/09

Went out to Gamestop at the Mall this afternoon and finally picked up Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles for the Nintendo Wii. I have been wating this game for awhile and they had it for $19.99. Gamestop is having a sale also so check out their website here to see what they have on sale.

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http://www.gamestop.com/browse/ProductMerch.aspx?groupid=531

Xseed to Import The Sky Crawlers Game for U.S. Wii

Arcade flight simulator from Bandai NAMCO, Ace Combat team to ship in 2009.

The North American software publisher Xseed Games will be releasing Bandai Namco Gamesadaptation of Mamoru Oshii‘s The Sky Crawlers anime film in time for the holiday season. The full English title of the arcade flight simulator for the Nintendo Wii console is The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces. Masanori Kato, a producer on the Ace Combat game series, directed the Project Aces team on The Sky Crawlers game’s development.

Source: IGN

Wii RPG Fragile Coming Stateside Via XSEED

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Namco Bandai and tri-Crescendo’s role-playing game Fragile is coming to North American Wiis later this year, thanks to publisher XSEED. If you were a fan of Baten Kaitos or Eternal Sonata, this one’s for you.

According to IGN, XSEED has picked up Namco Bandai of America’s publishing slack, with Fragile: Farewell Ruins of the Moon arriving sometime this Winter. The game, which features the adventures of a boy name Seto in a post-apocalyptic world devoid of light, makes extensive use of the Wii remote, which acts as a flashlight and metal detector in-game.

The game seems to have been well received by Japanese critics and sold well, but not extremely well, when it debuted in Japan. The game looks spooky, the hair spiky, so we’d recommend JRPG fans check out more about Fragile.

Source: Kotaku.com

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