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The Allure of CIB
GameMachineJames - Mar 05 2014 12:12 PM
This week at GCN 03/03/2014
Mike - Mar 02 2014 09:05 PM
Honestly I am torn. I hate toploaders but I love this one...
GameMachineJames - Mar 01 2014 08:24 PM
Check out an all new episode of The Play On! Podcast - Episode 37 - The SteelSeries Stratus iOS Controller
PlayOnPodcast - Mar 01 2014 02:55 PM
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Whitdjinn - Feb 28 2014 04:52 PM
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I feel like shit.
For 30 years Ghostbusters has given children and adults laughs, jumps. scares (lol), and the idea that a bunch of guys can wear nuclear accelerators on their backs and fight ancient goid's atop a skyscraper in New York City. Now, as Kotaku reports, Lego has finally released a playset where you can re-live the films from the comfort of your own home with blocks. Just don't leave any on the floor or you'll be cussing out Bill Murry for days.
In celebration of reaching 100 likes on Facebook after just 2 months being open, We are having a sale! Get 10% off your entire order over $25 and free shipping in the US over $50! Just use the coupon code '100likes' when you check out and the discount will get applied!
Also I have made some huge updates to the site in the past couple days adding inventory like no one's business! About 150 new titles on the site in NES, SNES, and N64! Come check em out!
In the spirit of fostering conversation on the forum, here is my question for you, what is your biggest regret when it comes to a game purchase? Be it a new or retro game, what purchase you always despise when you think about it. What about the purchase sucked? Is there a story behind it?
Everyone seems to love them. Complete, boxed games, and consoles.
The feeling of opening a 20+-year-old box and finding inside the scent of a Japanese factory can be a bit overpowering at times.
Especially when the item is rare or uncommon.
PS4 games made up half of the Top 20 in Japan last week.
The No.1 game of the week was Knack, which was bundled with the console. The highest charting new 'non-bundle' title is Yakuza: Ishin on PS3, with the PS4 version at No.3.
3DS still factors strongly in the charts, with Dragon Quest Monsters 2 at No. 4. The game has now sold over 634,000 games in the country.
Even though NEO XYX was just released on Dreamcast on Tuesday, developer/publisher NG:DEVTEAM has already sold through every copy of the game. The Collector’s and Special Editions of the shmup had already sold out through pre-orders, yet the plain ‘ol regular edition still managed to go out of stock. We’re not sure how many copies were printed in all, but for comparison’s sake, the Collector’s and Limited Edition had a total of 1300 copies printed alone. The fact that the Dreamcast can move even a hundred copies of a new game in 2014 is astonishing alone.
I giggled like a little school girl when this showed up today. First off, I've been hearing great things about Lootcrate a subscription service incorporating everything geeks and gamers love in a pretty nifty little themed box set every month so I decided to dive in and see what all the fuss was about. I was pleasantly surprised!