Tuesday, November 09, 2010

 NDS Zombie Daisuke - Import Preorder

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Life on the farm is simple, bittersweet, and sanguine. Nothing ever changes on the farm but Mr. Farmer and company are too busy working to notice. Nothing changes on the farm until a bunch of gas canisters explode and contaminate the countryside, turning everyone into zombies. You read that right, zombies are on the loose on the farm but this time around, you're on their side. The zombies are your little hirelings and the goal is the destruction of human malcontents who set off the gas canisters. By using the stylus to guide the zombies, the undead crowd is marshaled against their enemies and their overlords. Early preorders will ship with a bonus Zombie Strap in 50% ratio.

 PSP Nicoli no Sudoku +3 - Import Preorder

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Most Sudoku puzzles nowadays are built by computers using algorithms and routines that blaze out pages of puzzles in a few seconds. Nicoli ain't goin' out like that. One of the oldest Sudoku producers on the planet, Nicoli still creates all of their Sudoku puzzles by hand. A poor slob in Nicoli's offices painstakingly uses his experience and skill to create a Sudoku puzzle that probably takes 15-30 minutes each. Due to Nicoli's meticulous creation of Sudoku puzzles, every Japanese newspaper syndicates the company's puzzles for their daily readers.
   Japanese publisher Hamster licenses a library of Nicoli's Sudoku games and they also three additional thinking games: Kakuro, Akari (seen in today's screenshot), and Hitori. Preorders are welcome to ship on January 13, 2011 at JPY2800 or US$36.90 from NCS.

 PSP Senjou no Valkyria 3 Accessory Pack - Import Preorder

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Preorders are welcome for Hori's upcoming Senjou no Valkyria 3 Accessory Pack which is being released along with the Valkyria game on January 26, 2010. Despite opening up preorders for the accessory pack, Hori was wise enough to not include any photos with the preorder solicitation. That's the "keep 'em guessing" strategy which usually leads to huge sales. Four items are included in the accessory pack as follows:

» PSP storage pouch which sort of protects the PSP from drops
» PSP flippable cover which latches onto the front of the PSP-3000
» A Senjou no Valkyria 3 strap
» Set of decals which may be affixed on the pouch, cover, or whatever

   Preorders are welcome starting today; photos will be updated asap.

 Wii Mom-Chan Diet Wii Figurerobics - Import Preorder

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Jung Da-Yeon is a 44-year old mother of two who's known as "Momjjang Ajumma" in Korea. That means "Mom with a hot body," or something like that. Jung's books on diet and fitness have sold 430,000 copies in Japan so far and her popularity has warranted the production of a Wii game.
   The upcoming
Mom-Chan Diet Wii Figurerobics from IE Institute collects Jung Da-yeon's diet advice, the exercise regimen that she follows to maintain her stunning figure, and a number of modes such as "Warm Up" and "Cool Down." CG animated examples of various exercises are shown which users mimic to get their bodies into fighting shape. Preorders are welcome to ship on Decmber 23, 2010 at JPY3800 or US$49.90 from NCS.

 NEWS General Updates

Gallia Secret Document File 422
NCS neglected to mention yesterday that 50% of preorders for PSP Senjou no Valkyria 3 will ship with a Gallia Secret Document File 422 bonus which includes a booklet and a disc. If we're able to purchase surplus inventory of the bonus like last time, we'll ship the bonus with everyone's preorder.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Review Scores
   The game was positively received by the professional reviewers this morning with Game Informer giving the game a 9.0 and IGN granting an 8.5. 1-Up gave it an "A-" but a blogger-whatever on Gamespot gave it a 3.5. 
Cook in 8-bit
 Ever wonder what kind of meal Koopa is? Yoshi's tongue is probably a delicacy after it's been sliced to paper width and flecked with truffle oil. How about Chocobo? Probably tastes like chicken. Right? Right?! If these questions have ever crossed your mind, take a gander at Jude Buffum's limited edition giclee prints which depict video game characters as... meat.