Friday, July 01, 2011

 MAG Weekly Famitsu Vol. 1178 - New Import

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» The July 14-21, 2011 issue of Weekly Famitsu includes coverage on the following games and events in the Japanese marketplace:

» Interview with Yasumi Matsuno and Akihiro Hino of Level-5.
» Reports from this year's E3 with a look at the Playstation Vita, the Wii U, Final Fantasy XIII-2, and upcoming wares for the Xbox 360 Kinect
» Preview for Kidou Senshi Gundam: Shin Gihren no Yabou which introduces the cast of characters and the backdrop in the game. 
» Continuing coverage on 3DS Kid Icarus Uprising
» Reviews for PSP
Suzumiya Haruhi-Chan no Mahjong (6/6/5/6), 3DS Ken to Mahou to Gakuen Mono. 3D x 3D (7/8/7/7), 3DS Doctor Lautrec to Boukyaku no Kishidan (8/8/8/8), Wii  
» Continuing coverage on PS3/X360 Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Ed.
» Beverages such as Pepsi Energy Cola, Sweet & Zero Tea Cocktails, Lipton Orange Refresher, and Mello Yello are featured in PICK UP FOOD.
» L.A. Noire character info and background details on the adventure. 

 NDS Ohanaya-San Monogatari  - New Import

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Induct yourself into the role of a proprietor/clerk who toils in a small flower shop in Columbia's Florist Stories. Players buy flowers at the local nursery, care for them, and provide service to potential customers. In-game conversations with NPCs feature hints and tips on flower care and decoration. The goal is to turn a profit in order to continue operating the shop and in turn, making a living.
   Flower arrangements of various types made from 531 kinds of flowers and materials may be assembled for customers to purchase. Along with the main game mode, a Flower Encyclopedia is also included in the software which tutors players on flower classifications, florist terminology, and popular kinds of arrangements.

NEWS Independence Day on Monday

   Monday's a holiday in the USA and NCS is going to be on hiatus. All orders that are placed over the coming weekend and Monday will ship on Tuesday (July 5, 2011). 

   The exodus out of New York City began last night with traffic snarled on the roads to JFK and LaGuardia airports. As such, the roads were fairly barren on this morning's commute but another wave of outbound travelers should be hitting the roads later this afternoon.