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Important Importables Review: The Luigi Nendoroid is too photogenic

Good news, Nintendo fanboys and girls! The Luigi Nendoroid is here. You can find him in many places online, like Crunchyroll and , and he’s glorious. I’ve been collecting Nendoroids for almost a year now and I can honestly say that with one $40 purchase, he’s become one of my favorite figures. It isn’t because more »

Here’s Your September 19, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

This week’s indie game bundle has exploded. It’s huge. How huge? There are 31 indie game bundles available this week. It’s incredible. If you can’t find something for yourself in this update, you aren’t looking hard enough. I know I picked up the Groupees Shiny Loot 7 bundle myself. See for yourself how great this more »

Angry Birds Stella is more than a cute overload

Back in February 2014, I mentioned that my cynical and hardened heart wouldn’t be able to resist Angry Birds Stella. Though all we had back then was concept art, I could already see that those adorable birds would be too overwhelming. Regular Angry Birds and pigs are cute in their own way, but the four more »

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I’ll take Fem-Shep over male Shepard any day

I’m not a huge fan of labels, but I’ve deemed it important to clarify that I am straight. I’m in a committed relationship with a man. But I don’t have any problems saying that I can admit when a woman is attractive. This is no more evident than in my love for Fem-Shep from the more »

Extra Life promo video contest update

I was fortunate enough to have the privilege of introducing you all to Extra Life, the 24 hour marathon gaming fundraiser a few days ago. And I’m here with more news! As it turns out, Extra Life is running a competition for the best promo video for the fundraiser. Out of many submissions, the Extra more »

Important Importables: Game Center CX Deserves a Second Chance

Retro Game Challenge is the best DS game . It’s a mini-game collection of “retro” games, and is inspired by Shinya Arino’s Game Center CX TV show where he plays retro games. The original title had players attempting to best Game Master Arino by playing “classics” like Cosmic Gate, Robot Ninja Haggle Man, Rally King, more »

Buy an Xbox One, get a free game

Don’t own an Xbox One yet? Well, Microsoft might have just given you a great reason to run out, and buy one! From September 7 to 13, 2014, Microsoft will be offering a free game of choice to whoever buys an Xbox One. And they mean it literally when they say game of choice. There more »

Here’s Your September 5, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

It’s time for an indie game bundle update! This week’s is actually pretty small. Which means that there are a few notable bundles absent. The grand total is still 24 indie game bundles, so I’d say that’s still pretty remarkable. This week, it seems like most of the games are ones that have appeared in more »

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Tiny Tower Vegas is a cash grab (update)

I like NimbleBit. I appreciate that the developer makes free-to-play iOS and Android games that you can (normally) actually enjoy for free. Which is why I was excited about Tiny Tower Vegas. Disco Zoo had me obsessed, I played Star Wars: Tiny Death Star for weeks, even though I’ve never seen a movie or played more »

Extra Life: 24 hour gaming marathon for Children’s Hospitals

Extra Life is a unique fundraising effort that has been around since 2008. It was started in honor of a young girl named Victoria Enmon who, tragically, lost a battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The fundraiser originally raised money for the Texas Children’s Hospital, but after a few years, people who contributed asked for a more »

The Denpa Men 3: The Rise of Digitoll Review: Cute, cheap, collect-em-all

Denpa Men 3 Price: $9.99 System: Nintendo 3DS Release Date: May 8, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Genius Sonority (Genius Sonority Inc.) ESRB Rating: “Everyone” for Mild Fantasy Violence When I was offered The Denpa Men 3: The Rise of Digitoll to review, I had heard of Denpa Men, but I had never played any of the games. First there more »

Important Importables Review: Betoyo Bento

Love surprise boxes and Japanese novelties? Well then, Betoyo Bento may be up your alley. It’s a subscription box plan geared towards otaku. For $38 (or $110 for three months) you get can get one of the monthly boxes shipped out to you. To give an idea of what you can expect, today’s Important Importables more »