Oh. Yeah. The holidays are finally upon us and there will plenty of new games and two new consoles. But in order to truly geek out as a gamer sometimes players would want to recieve some nifty toys, books, clothing and other trinkets to show their love of gaming. To offer some guidance in finding more »
It just isn’t fair. Europe is getting all the good things lately, like collector’s editions, better PlayStation Plus games, and such. Now, it’s getting the coolest Collector’s Edition too. A collector’s edition hasn’t even been announced yet for North America. It just isn’t fair. It’s blatant favoritism, I tell you. It isn’t even like we more »
Aksys is getting good at these limited editions. They’ve been stepping up the quality of what you get when you pay a little more, and it shows. Especially with the just announced BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Limited Edition. The PS3 game isn’t out until 2014, but the newly announced collector’s edition makes me want it now. more »
Last month, we reviewed Might and Delight’s Shelter here at GamerTell, and Noah really loved it. He thought it was a great game, especially for $10, and encouraged everyone to buy it. Yet, given how it’s not really mainstream and has an unsual premise, some of you may not have jumped at the opportunity. For more »
XSEED still doesn’t have a Ys: Memories of Celceta release window for us yet, but they have some other lovely news. It turns out there will be both standard and limited editions of the Vita game when it’s released. Trust me though, once you hear about what’s in the limited edition, you aren’t even going more »
So… yeah… anyways, I want the limited edition of The Guided Fate Paradox. It’s the roguelike, RPG from NIS America with elements from Z.H.P.: Unlosing Ranger versus Darkdeath Evilman, one of my favorite PSP games. It’s coming out November 5, 2013, a few days after my 31st birthday, and I’d really like it as a more »
I’m sure we all want to support acttil. I mean, it’s a new publisher, made up of some very nice NIS America people. So go ahead and buy and read Blik-0 1946. How will that help them? It’s the company’s first project! Though acttil does want to get into games, eventually, new companies sometimes have more »
Ah, the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con. The SDCC has become quite the big event for people of all fandoms, which means gamers better prepare. The SDCC exclusives this year are fierce and you’re going to want to either beg someone you know who’s going to grab you something awesome, or be prepared to stalk eBay. more »
As part of Wizard of the Coasts’ (WotC) program of reprinting the older Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) books while they retool the rules for the next edition of D&D, D&D Next, they’ve re-released the Slave Lords series of modules, in hard back form. These old modules may not have the flash of Dungeons of Dread, but they’ve aged surprisingly well, and give great insights into how D&D has changed over the years.
Need another “limited” edition game release in your life? You’ve got it. Square Enix is upgrading all Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster pre-orders to the limited edition of the game. Which means people get a copy of both games and a 24 page art book. Well, that’s… something.
Recently, Amazon announced something pretty interesting. A new program called Kindle Worlds is in the works. The basic premise is that Amazon is working on getting the licensing to allow writers working through the program to write their own stories within established stories and worlds. Even more simply is this, Amazon seems to be trying more »
Namco Bandai is the bearer of good news today. You know that awesome, forthcoming JRPG called Tales of Xillia? It’s getting a limited edition. People will now have an opportunity to not only get a great exclusive for their PS3, but to get it with a handful of extra, special items.