Monday, September 01, 2008

Labor Day

Today is the Labor Day holiday in the USA and NCS is closed for business. Normal operations will resume tomorrow and all orders that were submitted between August 30 to September 1 will ship on Tuesday. NCS wishes all of our stateside customers a safe and enjoyable holiday.

Quick History and Background
Labor Day always falls on the first Monday in September and was first celebrated on September 5, 1883. The holiday honors the American worker and the daily contributions that they have made to the economy and social fabric of the United States.

The factory machinist isn't just a machinist. The results of his work allows other workers to make a living. That barista isn't just a barista. The caffeine she dispenses gives other workers the energy to be productive and play fantasy football at work. The working man is interwoven with other working men and women to create the web of workers that keep America productive and moving forward.

Japanese Import Outlook - Arrivals on Thurs

NDS Blue Dragon Plus AQ Int

Houkago no Mystery Club: 26 no Tobira


Quiz Magic Academy DS


Zettai Karen Children DS: Dai-4 no Children


Wii Rainbow Pop Interchannel


Musou Orochi: Maou Sairin


USA Release Outlook - Arrivals on Mon-Wed

PS3 Face Breaker EA

Head Coach 09 EA

Rapala Fishing Frenzy 2009 Activision
X360 Face Breaker EA

Head Coach 09 EA

Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise Microsoft

Warhammer: Battle March Microsoft
Wii Rapala Fishing Frenzy 2009 Activision

Virtual On Oratorio Tangram for Japanese DC - Clearance

NCS Product Synopsis - Original Update: May 23, 2002
Glistening metal and heavy scatterfire flash before your eyes as you strain to maneuver your mech against an aggressive foe. Lob napalm bombs, jump-jet to avoid incoming fire and fight for your mech's life. Sega's DC port of VOOT is nigh perfect but you'll enjoy the game more if you play it with the official Sega Twinstick.

Sale Offer: NCS' remaining inventory of
Virtual On Oratorio Tangram is brand new, factory sealed, and in mint condition. Price: $38.90 per copy which includes "free shipping" within the U.S. by USPS Media Mail Service.