Nintendo will add a new version of its prepaid card usable at it’s online software download site, e-shop, for 3DS and Wii U. It’s a prepaid card with extra fun bonus called “Asoberu Omaketsuki Nintendo Prepaid Card” (meaning “with playable bonus” in Japanese).
Via | Posted on 2013.04.09 at 12:05
On April 18, Nintendo will release a special Japan-only new “mint x white” color for the 3DS LL. The price will be 18,900 yen (the same price as existing colors).
Via | Posted on 2013.04.09 at 11:55
Ahead of the release of “Dragon Quest X: Mezameshi Itsutsu no Shuzoku Online” for Wii U, Nintendo and Square Enix (developer of Dragon Quest) have announced an online beta test starting today.
Via | Posted on 2013.04.09 at 11:52
MSI, one of the world’s leaders in gaming motherboards, will integrate Creative’s Sound Blaster Cinema audio with surround sound on their new lineup of Big Bang-Marshal motherboards.
Via | Posted on 2013.04.09 at 11:51
Lenovo Japan started selling their first gaming desktop PC “Erazer X700″ produced by German company Medion that Lenovo acquired in 2011.
Via | Posted on 2013.04.09 at 11:11
The latest PlayStation Vita game based on the popular manga series, One Piece, called “One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 (Kaizoku Musou 2)” will be released on March 20th.
Via | Posted on 2013.04.09 at 11:09
Nothing breath taking here but here you are Nintendo latest 3DS with the Light BLue and Gloss Pink. Both model will be available in Japan March 20 and sold at 15,000 Yen and a 4GB SDHC Card.
Via | Posted on 2013.04.09 at 11:08
Toy maker, Takara Tomy, releases nationwide on March 7th, a line up of four independent swimming robot fish. About the size of your average goldfish, these water activated fish swim around quite realistically as soon as they hit the water.
Via | Posted on 2013.04.08 at 12:59
This is the latest pregnancy simulation system developed by a research group at Kanagawa Institute of Technology. It was displayed at the Tokyo Game Show 2011.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 01:46
DeNA, like a tsunami, seems to never stop moving forward and announced today that both Namco Bandai Games and DeNA will establish a Joint Venture to produces more Social Games for smartphones.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 01:38