NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Fresh from his stint as proprietor of the Morning Glory orphanage in Ryu Ga Gotoku 3, Kiryu Kazuma steps back into the neon-lit world of the Yakuza. In the fourth Ryu Ga Gotoku game, Kiryu is accompanied by three cohorts named Masayoshi Tanimura, Shun Akiyama and Taiga Saejima. The four thuggish heroes enjoy their own storylines in the game and their escapades intertwine as the adventure unfolds. The base of operations for Kiryu and friends are the seedy streets of Kamurocho which is populated by Yakuza who ply their trade in houses of vice. Sega expands Kamurocho by allowing the exploration of the rooftops and the sewers for an added dimension of realism and mobility.
When Kiryu gets a chance to relax, he'll be able to play pachinko, table tennis, golf, go fishing, and enjoy the charms of bar hostesses. A visit to a massage parlor is also in the cards.
Early preorders will ship with a new issue of Kamutai Magazine which chronicles the locations, characters, events, and specialties in Ryu Ga Gotoku 4. The bonus magazine is being given away in 50% ratio.
Monday, March 15, 2010
NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» After we're done playing the latest Wii releases, the Nunchuk and Remote are generally strewn to the side. Underneath recent magazines. Next to the miniature Evangelion fridge.
There had to be a better way and Capcom shows us the path with their Monster Hunter Wii Remote Holder which coddles a Wii Remote and a Nunchuk in its cozy confines. The "Airu and Chacha" design on the front of the holder is not only artistic but somewhat interesting to stare at for about 3 minutes. The measurements of the holder are 15 x 19 x 9cm in dimension and we're assuming that it can serve a dual purpose as a fruit storage basket with a maximum capacity of two apples, lemons, or tangerines.
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NCS Sale of the Week Offering: March 15, 2010
Original Release in Japan: August 09, 1996
«©NCSX» Brand new and factory boxed Fighter Stick X Zero 2 for the Sega Saturn which was released roughly 15 years ago. The lollipop-style joystick uses clicky micro-switches and the buttons are the "flat-feeling" variety which aren't too springy but they're just about right. Slap a button and it depresses easily and with a "flat feeling." The joystick and buttons are mounted on a wide base which covers a tabletop or a lap with its girth. Every joystick includes a sheet of Street Fighter Zero 2 decals and a Dan trading card which gives up his background and special moves
NCS' remaining inventory is brand new and factory boxed in the original cardboard container. The condition of the packaging is in excellent structural shape with little to no signs of wear or weathering. Flimsy cardboard retainers inside the box keeps the joystick somewhat stable and secure from shuffling around during shipping but we don't trust their integrity to withstand handling during transit. Due to this lack of trust, NCS will add some additional padding inside the joystick container to ensure that the sticks don't flop around and potentially break while in transit to customers.
Pricing per Fighter Stick X Zero 2 is set at US$50.90 each. If you reside in the USA, NCS recommends UPS Ground shipping for the most economical domestic service. For our customers outside the USA, NCS recommends normal Airmail International service. «Photo Gallery»
Product SKU: ASC-0602ZERO
JAN Code: 4988606101023
Japanese Product Name: ファイタースティックX ZERO2 SS
Manufacturer: ASCII (Japan)
Compatibility: Sega Saturn