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One Amnesia Memories LE doesn’t come with the game

Amnesia Memories is going to give Vita and PC owners another way to (virtually) fall in love again come August 25, 2015. It’s good news for otome fans, and has the potential to be even better. See, Idea Factory International realizes people enjoy special editions of games, and has announced a Remnants of Love Keepsake more »

Play-Asia is restocking the Ness amiibo

Prepare yourself, NFC figure fans. Play-Asia has sent out another amiibo Hunter report and it’s a big mother. Rather, it’s a big Mother, as the Ness amiibo will be back in stock at the site on June 30, 2015. This is a big deal, seeing as how he was a GameStop exclusive in the states more »

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Villager amiibo is moving back into stores

Good news for people who didn’t realize amiibo were going to be so hot when they debuted last year. One of the rarest figures from the first wave is starting to appear again in North America. amiibo News is reporting that New York’s Nintendo World Store received a shipment of Villager amiibos for people to more »

The Fallout 4 Pip-Boy won’t fit large phones like iPhone 6+ and sold out in North America

The wearable Pip-Boy included with the collector’s edition of Fallout 4 can’t accommodate the largest phones on the market. The model includes foam inserts sized for iPhone 6, iPhone 5/5, iPhone 4/4, Samsung Galaxy 5 and Samsung Galaxy 4, Bethesda wrote on its blog. Smartphones similar in size to these models will be just fine, but anything more »

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Dark Pit amiibo product listing appears at Best Buy

Get your bookmarking finger ready, because I’ve got a site for you. If you’re one of the few, proud and desperate hoping to collect all of Nintendo’s NFC figures, the time has come to begin your hunt for the Dark Pit amiibo. The first product listing for the toy has appeared online. Currently, only Best more »

Technology Tell Gaming Channel’s most notable E3 2015 opinions

Oh man, E3 2015, everybody. This was a big year. There were a lot of games available to play, and Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel had six people on the ground experiencing as many as possible. Since it wouldn’t really be “fair” to decide on one or two games as the most notable this year, we’re more »

Virtuix Omni & TRAVR Preview: Natural movements allow deeper immersion

Not only did I get to test out some of the hottest virtual reality headsets coming up on the market at E3 2015, I also tried a peripheral for the virtual reality experience – the Virtuix Omni. It’s touted as a “first-of-its-kind” virtual reality gaming platform, and my hands on experience had me jumping on more »

Pokemon Jukebox lets Android users catch some tunes

If you need a little “Gym Leader Battle!” music to motivate you or want to hear the “Bicycle Theme,” then you’re in luck. Android device owners will be able to enjoy those sweet sounds with the Pokemon Jukebox. It’s a newly launched, free app that allows users to get all nostalgic with the themes from more »

Cubicle Ninjas brings practicality to virtual reality

E3 2015 had no shortage of virtual reality technology for me to try, and most focused on entertaining. However, one company, Cubicle Ninjas, is doing something entirely different with the technology. Cubicle Ninjas had two projects at E3. One was a virtual tour of Venice, Italy, which had the added benefit of basically being a more »

GameStop’s Retro Classics shop is surprisingly fair

GameStop has finally opened the doors to its Retro Classics storefront, a new addition dedicated to such fossils as the Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis. The shop was first revealed in April 2015 (just after GameStop began offering $25 for used PS2s) and will be primarily online, at least for now. Brick-and-mortar testing will more »

Edge of Nowhere Preview: 3rd person VR is still awesome

Edge of Nowhere, by Insomniac Games, is one of the first third person virtual reality games ever to be developed, and I had the privilege of demoing it at E3 2015. The Oculus booth was allowing press to demo only one game, and I had to make my choice in a split second. My knee-jerk more »

Lego Dimensions Preview: More advanced portals

Lego Dimensions is all about portals. Portals between different Lego worlds. A specialized portal peripheral that allows up to seven figures to be active at once across three different zones that influence characters’ abilities and appearances within the game. That isn’t even counting the Portal cross-over, which adds an Aperture lab to the game with more »