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Surfing around when I caught sight of this article on Siliconera.
Tried sniffing around on the webs but it seems like its really early info and most blogs seem to only have the same info.
EDIT: Didn’t keep a lookout but a day after Famitsu did a post with pictures:
As an otaku/anime fan, you can be sure that you spent a decent amount of your childhood trying to sing them anime song opening and ending themes. When Singstar was available for the Playstation 2 and 3, I was very sure that they wouldn’t include anime theme songs as they were unpopular, and Singstar caters mostly to the English pop crowd. The only alternative would be to sing at karaoke boxes with relatively decent song titles. But what if you want to sing, yet want to remain cost effective?
With this freeware PC variant which started 4 years back, several fans made a decent amount of songs for the like-minded, with a fairly nice and intuitive interface.No comments
I saw this one coming! The iPad is probably the most ideal platform for a Jubeat port, and Konami, with their money-spinning ways, have picked up on this and will be releasing an app for the iPad starting tomorrow, for 450 yen.
The app will come with three pre-installed songs (William Tell Overture, Snow Goose and Sweet Rain), and will come with extra music packs, just as Namco has done for their iPhone Taiko no Tatsujin application.
If you have an iPad, pick this one up and save yourself some dollars from going to the arcade! It looks like a good way to kill time too.
Source: Famitsu (Article here)No comments
My first thought that went through my mind as I went to my neighbourhood game store to ask on the pricing of Starcraft II a couple of weeks back was : “How could it possibly cost a hundred-odd SGD when the next most costly PC game is merely 70% of it?”
Until I watched the following trailer. Well, not really.
But even so, even if I think the above is merely 1% of the total cinematics that they have for the campaign missions, I still don’t think it was justifiable. Maybe SGD$90, tops?
How are the pre-order prices like for the rest of the planet? 5 more days to the actual release!1 comment
Can’t stop loving~
The moment I spot this toy of Optimus Prime from the game War for Cybertron, I immediately had the urge to get it. Not to actually take and play with it, but more of modification on the color scheme as well as enhancing the colors. I’ve lost the urge to make gunpla from scratch in their sprues, but painting toys like this still tempts me. Not to mention that the toy’s rather sleek on its own as well.
The toy’s gonna be released this coming August, and probably roughly SGD$20-SGD$25.
Below is a video preview of the toy:
As you can see from the video, it’s more of a reddish orange hue than deep red. So I’ll probably be giving it a coat of clear red and some chrome drybrushing.
Next up, Megatron.2 comments
Rejoice, portable console addicts! After getting a PS2 port, Little Busters is coming to the PSP!
It is slated for release within this year (2010), price to be confirmed.No comments
To commemorate 5 million downloads from their online song update page, Namco is releasing another 4 songs for Taiko Portable. This marks the first update in three years.
The songs are-
-Over Master (From THE IDOLM@STER SP)
-Omocha no Symphony
-Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven)
I’m happy that they didn’t forget about the PSP! We can only hope for more such updates in the future, or the release of a third installment for the platform. Currently, the PSP is the only console on which songs can be downloaded and added to the game’s song list. (Source: Famitsu)No comments
This morning, when I woke upÂ my leg was hurting due to the hike from Vivocity to NUSÂ on friday night.Â I checked out ORETEKIÂ blog for new games information. And I stubbed my toe after reading it.
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YAY! Read more1 comment