Thursday, December 04, 2008

Custom Battler Bomberman - New Import, In Stock

«©NCSX» When present-day Bomberman roams around inside a maze to do his bombing duties, he wears a regulation-issue outfit that's skintight along with a matching helmet. The future of Bomberman however is heavy-duty customization and specialization. In Custom Battler Bomberman, the plain bomber of old is gone. In his place is a futuristic hero who is equipped with a wide variety of gadgets and weapons which allow him to pull off special attacks and use exotic skills.

Hudson's latest version of Bomberman allows 2-4 players to link up wirelessly and battle it out with customized Bomberman. Can you design a Bomberman that's versatile enough to tackle all missions, conditions and a procession of challengers?

Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting DS - New Import, In Stock

«©NCSX» According to Hajime no Ippo manga lore, Makunouchi Ippo was an underdog who used his inner drive and natural talent to become a top contender in the world of professional boxing. Mak's trials and tribulations have been chronicled in games for the Gameboy Advance, PS2, PSP, and the Wii. The Nintendo DS gets some love from Ippo with a new Hajime no Ippo boxing game from developer ESP/Treasure and publisher D3 Publisher.

This time around, the touch pen is used to control Ippo's punches as well as the bobbing and weaving motions that pugilists use to avoid incoming thunder. The Challenge Mode in the game pits a boxer against each a series of adversaries while the Free Play Mode gives gamers a chance to alter the variables of a match.

Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World - New Import, In Stock

From the Publisher
Final Dragon Ball Z Game for PlayStation 2 System Combines the Greatest Elements from the World-renowned Dragon Ball Z TV Series and Video Games.

It's time for one final mighty Kamehameha for the PlayStation® 2 computer entertainment system as Atari announces the upcoming North American launch of NAMCO BANDAI Games' Dragon Ball Z®: Infinite World in November. Developed by NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc., Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World combines all the best elements of previous Dragon Ball Z games, whilst also boasting new features such as "Dragon Missions", new battle types and drama scenes for fans to delve deeper than ever before into the Dragon Ball Z® universe.

The new "Dragon Missions" in Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World include many famous scenes from the Dragon Ball Z series never before seen in a video game. A range of missions from time attack in the "Snake Road Mission" alongside other action and racing-style missions puts players' strategy and quick-thinking skills to the test beyond simply showing off their deadly fighting skills.

LocoRoco 2 - New Import, In Stock

From the Publisher
LocoRoco is back with a bounce, a roll and a splash in another joyous adventure on PSP.
The LocoRoco are in danger again, the evil Moja have returned and this time they've brought with them a terrible song that sucks the life out of living things! The LocoRoco must once again save their planet - this time by making lots of sweet music. LocoRoco 2 is easy to play, instantly addictive and guaranteed to make you feel all warm and fuzzy while you hum along to the soundtrack!

Game Features
Explore 25 new stages, including hidden challenges, and meet a colorful cast of new characters
» Enhance your LocoRoco through music and song, learning new actions to overcome the Moja
» Perform new actions such as climbing inside shells to destroy thorns, jumping from grass blade to grass blade and swimming underwater
» Expand your fun with six new mini games, including an Ad-hoc four player game

NCS Game Notes
» Much of the music is made up of remixed tracks from the original game
» The in-game story relays the tale with animated cut-scenes
» Intuitive controls make the game easy to play

Pro Yakyuu Spirits 5 Kanzenban - New Import, In Stock

«©NCSX» The baseball season in Japan and the USA has ended. Done. There were disappointments as well as surprises over the past year and some things just didn't turn out the way we wanted them to. Maybe with Konami's new baseball game, we can play and change the course of the 2008 season... The new revision of Pro Yakyu Spirits 5 includes updated team and player stats, accurate uniform representations used during the season, and even stadium renovations that were implemented over the course of the year will be reflected in the game. For example, a spanking new high-definition scoreboard was installed in the Chiba Marine Stadium along with new seating areas and a room for parties.

The latest Pro Yakyu Spirits release features all twelve professional teams from the Pacific and Central Leagues along with all of the players. To bring a bit more realism to the game, the faces of the players have been design to bear fairly good likenesses of the athletes they're based on.

The first production of PYS5 Kanzenban includes a bonus 2008 Memorial Book which captures the drama, tension, and excitement of the 2008 Japanese pro baseball season.

Kaze no Klonoa -door to phantomile- - New, In Stock

«©NCSX» The original Klonoa on the Playstation was one of those old school platform games that had charm, replayability, and an ending that was emotional. Was this a game or a TV drama? Klonoa's popularity would allow the feline-hero to go on and appear in a PS1 Volleyball game, a proper sequel on the PS2, and three Gameboy adjuncts.

Klonoa's design can be described as Disney-esque with a bright primary color scheme - red, white, and blue. Klonoa carries the Wind Bullet which is a versatile weapon which he pulls out of the ground as seen in the cinematic introduction to the game. The Wind Bullet allows Klonoa to draw enemies into his arms and then dispatch them as projectiles against other enemies or use the hapless creatures as "lifts" to propel himself higher.

Klonoa's floppy ears give him fluttering capabilities once aloft where he can stay in the air for a little longer than usual. The action starts in a town called Breezegale where Klonoa traipses around a breathtaking 3D world in side scrolling motion. Eleven years after the release of Klonoa on the Playstation, Namco ports the game to the Wii which may be played with a combination of the Nunchuk and Wii Remote. Players may also control Klonoa with just the Wii Remote by itself which is held horizontally.

Kotoba no Puzzle: Mojipittan Wii Deluxe - New, In Stock

«©NCSX» Namco's Mojipittan releases have sold over 600,000 copies in various forms over the past few years. For beginners to the gaming phenomenon, Mojipittan is a Japanese word creation puzzle game where a 130,000 word dictionary tracks legal and proper words. The main game mode features over 400 different Japanese language puzzles that are played on unique stages and a versus mode pits two players against each other. A WI-FI function allows for online Mojipittan competitions.

Game Features
» Training stage teaches beginners the proper way to play
» 110 new stages in addition to the Wii-Ware version's 200 stages, and 90 stages from the Deluxe Limited Edition of the game.
» The dictionary includes new words recently added to the Japanese lexicon including "携帯小説," "鈍感力," and "サボリーマン." The last phrase is related to the downfall of Lehman Bros which wiped out counterparties...

Word creation may be made horizontally or vertically on the tiled board. Once a word or phrase is assembled, it's shown on the screen along with a definition. After a puzzle is completed, you may opt to look at all of the words that you created which are shown on a tabulated list.

Idatenshou DS: Moero! Flame Kaiser for NDS - Clearance

NCS Synopsis - Original Update: September 7, 2006
«©NCSX» Whereas Forrest Gump* ran, Sho Yamato rides. A mountain bike that is. Sho pedals like a piston and speeds through desert roads and canyons with unflappable determination. To pedal in Idaten Jump DS, players use the stylus to make circular motions on a wheel located on the touch screen. To maneuver left or right, tug the d-pad accordingly. To jump, tap the L-trigger but for double air, draw a "V" on the touch screen.

Sale Offering: NCS' remaining inventory of Idatenshou DS is new, factory sealed, and in excellent condition. Pricing is set at US$23.90 per copy which includes "free" shipping by USPS Media Mail within the continental United States. Media Mail normally delivers within 2-3 weeks.