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Lightning Returns Announced

September 1, 2012 Leave a comment

Next big announcement out of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy 25th anniversary event is the conclusion for the Final Fantasy 13 saga.  This one entitled “Lightning Returns.” Yes that’s right.  While not labeled as 13-3, we essentially are getting 13-3.  Further details will be announced on the 4th of September.  It can be assumed by logos on their site that this will be both Xbox360 and PS3 title. Read more…


Most Anticipated Games Of Q4 2012

August 24, 2012 Leave a comment

As the holiday season comes around, we are faced with an onslaught of games delayed or rushed to hit gaming sweet spot. Whether it’s to make the Christmas gift list, to usher in school, or to just make us gamers weep. Noone knows exactly why, but fact is, there’s so much gaming in such a short 4 months. So after looking at my best of 2012 so far, here is a list of my most anticipated games for the remainder of 2012.

Most Anticipated Titles 4th Quarter of 2012:

1. Persona 4: The Golden (Vita) – While we still don’t have any release date, it was slated for this year. Sadly I never got around to playing Persona 4 on the PS2, so I’m very excited to finally get to play this on my Vita. Complete with tons of new content and no shortcomings from the original. It’s looking great.(November?) Read more…

Jet Set Radio HD Priced and Dated

August 10, 2012 Leave a comment

Jet Set Radio HD was announced to be released by Sega this year. Today they have sent out press releases with the following information.  Each platform will have their own release dates as well as pricing will be similar.  Playstation Plus users get exclusive early access.

Platform – Date – Price
Xbox Live Arcade on September 19 for 800 MS Points
PC on Steam on September 19 for 800 MS Points
PS3 PSN on September 18 for $9.99
Vita PSN on October 16 for $9.99

Playstation Plus members will get the game one week earlier exclusively on September 11th.

Still no word on if buying the PS3 version unlocks it for Vita as well, of it it will have to be purchased separately.

I’m a little disappointed at the delay for the Vita version, as it’s the platform I want it on, but I’m happy or the price.  I guess unless I hear about PS3/Vita being a single purchase, I’ll be holding off on buying it til October.

Source: neogaf

Game Watch – June 2012

June 17, 2012 Leave a comment

With the conclusion of E3 and the wrapping up of 2nd half of 2012, it’s time for another Game Watch segment.  These are titles that I’m keeping an eye on and want to buy or see released in the US.  A lot of it is for my noting, but I love to share with you all so you may get some ideas for some great titles to go after yourself.

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Wins and Fails of E3 2012

June 8, 2012 3 comments

Well, E3 like it or not is wrapping up.  Personally from a “Must See All!” standpoint, I welcome it’s end.  While from a “There’s gotta be more!” standpoint, I wish it continued.  Unfortunately, the cards are dealt and there’s nothing more to reveal.  Where the cards lay however is the question of the year.  Who grabbed our attention, who made us cry, and who made us hurl.  Here is my take on how E3 went.  What I’m excited for, what I hated not seeing, and what I wish I didn’t see.

Best Platform Conference:
Let’s just get the elephant out of the way. Winner is Sony Computer Entertainment. They provided the most amazing titles, awe inducing content, and biggest slew of great exclusive titles. My only problem, which is a huge one, is that they wasted too much time on Wonderbook and alienated the Vita. Read more…

Musing on Microsoft E3 Conference 2012

June 4, 2012 Leave a comment

Well, it’s official.  No new Xbox revealed this year.  While some sigh relief, others groan at another year of Xbox360.  It was quite a lackluster show to say the least.  While Halo 4 is as juicy as ever, and Gears of War makes some squee for joy; I can’t help but wonder what outside Kinect that Xbox360 has to offer for gamers that other consoles don’t. Read more…

Categories: Video Games, Xbox 360

CWPodcast Ninety Nine Nights

February 23, 2012 Leave a comment

What’s worst than a root canal?  Apparently N3.  In this Bargain Bag Episode, Cabbit and Wolf review N3 and N3II for the Xbox360.  It’s filled with griping and whining.  However overall laid back and laugh out loud.  See why they disliked it, and more so, what they actually liked about it.

We hope you enjoy!

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