Friday, September 23, 2011

 MAG Weekly Famitsu Vol. 1190 - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» The October 6, 2011 issue of Weekly Famitsu includes coverage on the following games and events in the Japanese marketplace:

 » News from the Tokyo Game Show 2011 and peeks at upcoming games for the major platforms in the coming months.
 » Preview for the Playstation Vita and upcoming software titles.
 » PSP Tales of the Heroes: Twin Brave, 3DS Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance, and VITA Tales of Innocence R game previews.
 » Reviews for PSP Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dead End (7/7/7/7), PSP Detective Club (7/6/6/5), PSP Evangelion Shin Gekijoban: 3nd Impact (8/8/8/8), and PSP Eiyuu Densetsu: Ao no Kiseki (8/8/8/8).
 » Continuing coverage on Final Fantasy Type-0 for PSP.
 » Dark Souls classes are checked out - Warrior, Knight, Wanderer, Thief, Hunter, Pyromancer, Deprived, Cleric, and more.
 » Dragon Quest X protagonist classes preview.
 » Donuts and Pon de Rings from Mister Donut and sandwiches from other vendors are featured in this week's PICK UP FOOD.

MOVIE A Light in the Darkness - Fan-created Star Wars film

Uploaded by MoonDoggieFilms1 on Sep 18, 2011
A Light in the Darkness – Star Wars Fan Film

   “A Light in the Darkness’ main action takes place approx. 1 year BBY on a small planet in the Outer Rim. A young boy watches the Jedi who saved his people be killed by the very clones who once fought by his side. Years later, as a member of a small insurgency against the empire he and his team hatch a new plan to take back their planet by drawing the attention of the newly formed rebel alliance.

   Armed with the fallen Jedi’s light saber, he and his team battle to strike fear into the local imperial garrison, and overthrow their despotic governor. Their silent attacks give birth to a legend, and the people speak of a phantom Jedi whose spirit has returned.”

 NEWS General Update

Old Site Retirement
   The old NCS site (this one) will be retired in the next few weeks. We've built something else that should be implemented some time in October. We already have a bunch of other sites that we operate including communities, forums, directories, etc but the new site will a continuation of this one albeit in easier-to-navigate form. The entire old site will still be available online and linked from the new site so that archaic entries from 1996 like this one can still haunt us. The blue background on that linked page was suggested by the guy who built the original site. He probably thought black text on a blue background was cool.