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Some GameStops require pre-orders for Pokemon Mega Stone codes

The GameStop Mega Stone flyers should be out in the wild now for all Pokemon X and Y users to get Heracronite and Pinsirite, but many 3DS owners are reporting a hitch. In some cases, stores haven’t gotten the codes to distribute, despite this Pokemon distribution event lasting from August 18-31, 2014. Even worse, some more »

Mega Slowbro is the best

It’s all over folks. There wasn’t even a contest. When it comes to Pokemon Mega Evolutions, Mega Slowbro just went and blew every other freakishly overpowered Pokemon out of the park. Feel free to go home, because the true king has arrived. Nothing is taking Mega Slowbro down, and I’m not just saying that because more »

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GameStop Heracross and Pinsir Mega Stones distribution has begun (update)

Another Pokemon distribution event is in progress. Everyone with copies of and have a Heracross or Pinsir waiting for them. The level 50 Heracross is only for Pokemon X users, while only Y gets the Pinsir. But that isn’t what this story is about. (Though you really should go to Mystery Gift, choose an Internet more »

Hyperdimension Neptunia RE;Birth 1 Preview: Goddesses again

“Breasts are symbolic of maturity and fertility… qualities of a Goddess” These words echo in my mind as I feel myself plummeting. Plummeting where? From where? Who spoke those words again? What words? Who am I? Everything is slipping away. I woke from a dream, a dream of someone speaking to me. I remember her more »

Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Review: Revisiting friendly faces

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Price: $19.99 System(s): PC (PSP/Vita) Release Date: July 29, 2014 Publisher (Developer): XSEED (Falcom) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Animated Blood, Drug Reference, Fantasy Violence, Language, Suggestive Themes and Use of Alcohol The Legend of Heroes wasn’t exactly a new thing when Trails of the Sky hit the more »

5 games you need to buy during the PSN Anime Sale

Sales are great, especially on silly things you’d never buy at full price. Things like, oh, I don’t know… anime games! Sony knows what’s up, and has a ton of anime-based or, I guess, anime-esque games on sale for some awesome prices. If you’re a PS Plus member, you get even better prices. Some of more »

Remember Robin Williams with Legend of Zelda

Know who was a huge gamer? Robin Williams. His passing is a great loss, and a man of his talent and kindness will surely be missed. So while you’re thinking of ways to mark his passing, don’t immediately thinking turning to his movies and TV appearances are the answer. Instead, perhaps think about games. Robin more »

Playism brings over SRPG Rime Berta

Playism, distributor of various Japanese indie games, has just released doujin strategy RPG Rime Berta. Keep this game in mind, people. The combat scenarios resembles Square Enix’s Final Fantasy Tactics, with multiple classes, a battlefield with varying height and turned based combat. Rime Berta takes place in a fantasy land filled with swords and sorcery, more »

Witnessing the bewitching effect of Morrowind

I was doing what I do every night these days, watching Twitch, when I stumbled upon somebody streaming The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. As a huge fan of the game, I had no other choice but to pop in and check it out. It was kind of annoying for a minute. because the guy looked more »

Woolfe console releases confirmed

Some may find this news not exactly news-worthy, but I find it incredibly important. Allow me to explain. Woolfe, the Red Riding Hood inspired platformer from developer GRIN, will be released on consoles. The game was originally only confirmed for PC back when it first found its way on my radar during E3 2014. But more »

The tribulations of Path of Exile character naming

Anyone who’s ever played an RPG, whether digital or pen-and-paper, knows that probably the single most important aspect of character creation is choosing a name. The name of your character sets the tone for their entire adventure. You can’t very well go plunging the depths of Vampire filled caves and troll infested ruins as an more »

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review: Dungeon-crawling for the kids

Price: $29.99 System(s): 3DS Release Date: August 5, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Activision (Magic Pockets) ESRB Rating: “Everyone” for Fantasy Violence   The new Ninja Turtles is here whether you like it or not. The movie is out, and believe it or not it was made for children. No, not you — you already had a Ninja more »