Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Star Wars Shampoo Dispenser- New Import, In Stock

The world doesn't need another plain lotion dispenser but it could use a Star Wars R2 Droid Shampoo Pump Dispenser which takes a detour from conventional designs. The dispenser may be filled with shampoo, creamy lotion, liquid soap, or greasy lubricants of some sort. The possibilities are endless and one can even use it as a watering can for small plants and cacti... which don't need a lot of water. Four R2 droids are featured as follows: R2-Q5 (black), R4-P17 (red/white), R2-A6 (green/white), and R2-R9 (red/silver). «NCS Photo Gallery»

Juicy Honey AVC 8 - New Import, In Stock

Mint pushed the eighth Juicy Honey AVC Trading Cards to market two weeks ago and NCS' shipments arrived yesterday afternoon. The four JAV idols featured in the new set are as follows (from the top of the product photo and then from left to right):

» Rio aka Tina Yuzuki - Juicy Honey veteran who's been in a few sets
Azusa Itagaki - Former gravure idol turns to the world of JAV
» Caren Hasumi - Karen turned 20 years old in February 2008
Ai Takeuchi - Seasoned performer makes her Juicy Honey debut

Juicy Honey 8 features a total of 72 regular cards and over a hundred special or limited edition cards including Autograph cards, Photograph Cards, Jersey Cards, Kiss Cards, Nipple Stamp Cards, and the highly sought-after Actress DNA Cards which contains a strand of hair. Card Samples

Yuka Hirata Official Card Collection - New Import, In Stock

Fans of the Juken Sentai Gekiranger television series will discover another side of actress Yuka Hirata when perusing through Sakurado's new trading card collection. Some vital stats:

DOB: September 15, 1983 (24 years old)
Sign: Virgo
Blood: Type A
Origin: Hokkaido
Height: 158cm (5' 2")
Measurements: B88-W60-H85
Hobbies: Reading, photography, basketball

The Yuka Hirata Official Card Collection contains 72 regular cards but it's the limited edition cards that'll count the most in the trading card aftermarket. Yuka appears in special serially numbered Costume Cards, Autograph Cards, and Photo Cards which are randomly scattered in each box. Preorders have shipped yesterday and new orders are welcome at US$65.00 per factory box which contains 12 packs of cards.

Pet Shop Monogatari - Preorder Import

Pets are a multi-billion dollar business which touches nearly all strata in an industrialized society. For apartment dwellers who might not be able to keep pets, virtual beasts such as Tamagotchi and Nintendogs filled a void. Taito's Pet Shop Monogatari takes the concept of virtual pets one step further by putting you in the shoes of a pet shop proprietor. Well, you're actually the pet shop owner's kid and your job is to help mama run the shop, take care of the animals, and peddle the pets to the general populace. The pet shop's inventory includes dogs, cats, birds, bears, penguins, and even a panda just in case a customer needs an endangered animal in his living room. Preorders are welcome to ship on July 10, 2008.

Ponkotsu Roman Daikatsugeki Bumpy Trot - Preorder Import

Irem's Bumpy Trot game moves from the PS2 to the PSP and takes on the guise of a 3D tournament-based brawler with interaction and 200+ missions mixed in for good measure. Bumpy Trot was originally an RPG with action-packed fighting sequences but the PSP is mainly an action game. Players take on a Bumpy Troy mech which may be customized and upgraded with parts to make it a unique vehicle with the ability to punch, pick up objects, and thrust forward like a Votoms mech.

The action takes place in Orion City where Bumpy Trot drivers from around the world have gathered together for a battle royale. Since the PSP version of Bumpy Trot will basically be an action game, Irem has tweaked the game engine so that it's more conducive to fast-paced gameplay where Bumpy Trots are more mobile and easier to handle. Up to four players may participate in the ad hoc mode
. Preorders ship on July 10.

Gameboy Advance E-card Reader - Clearance

Pokemon still holds sway over the hearts of children around the world although the craze of yesteryear has subsided somewhat. A few years ago, Nintendo released a gadget which attached to any Gameboy Advance handheld and plied the Pokemon trade once more. The E-card reader plugs into the GBA like any other cartridge. Power up and it waits for you to swipe a card through it's sensor. A pack of 10 specially encoded cards are included in the package to give you a taste of what awaits you when additional card packs are released. Inspect the cards closely and you'll see a data strip on the left side of the card and a shorter data strip on the bottom. Both strips contain data which may launch mini-games related to the particular Pokemon card or give you some information on the monster.

Sale Offering: NCS' remaining inventory of GBA E-Card Reader is new and in mint condition. Pricing is set at US$23.90 per unit which includes free shipping by USPS Media Mail within the U.S. Larger Photos.