Friday, December 16, 2011

 TOYS SR Playstation History Collection - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
The Playstation was a juggernaut. Seems so long ago now but Sony's 32-bit wunderkind ruled the console gaming world for nearly six years before succumbing to the Playstation 2. The Playstation and PSOne sold over 100 million units combined. Takara Tomy celebrates the phenomenon that was the Playstation with a "History Collection" of gashapon which includes four types of toys as follows:

» SCPH-1000 with Arc the Lad game, memory card, and original joypad
» SCPH-7000 with Parappa the Rapper, memory card, green joypad
» SCPH-9000 with I.Q. game, original joypad, memory card
» SCPH-101 with LCD monitor, Pocketstation, Dual Shock, and Dokodemo

   The four toys are normally randomly sold through gashapon dispensers in Japan but we're going to gather together complete sets of four toys and sell them like that. All preorders ship today at US$29.90 per set.

 TOYS Danball Senki Custom-Up LBX-002 - New Import

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» In the Danball Senki action-adventure for the Playstation Portable, the protagonist of the game is a lad who takes ownership of a little combat robot known as an LBX. By upgrading the robot and honing its battlefield prowess, the LBX goes on competitions and (hopefully) wins them in order to scale ever more powerful in scope.

   The first production of the Danball Senki game included a bonus LBX-AX-00 model kit and Bandai is following up with a set of gashapon toys that feature snazzy LBX robot designs that should stoke the passions of Danball fans.
The new set of toy robots aren't fully assembled but they're easily snapped together with a few pushes, tucks, and tugs. Five standard LBXs are packaged into the plastic capsules but a sixth secret figure may be created with parts that are included in each of the five LBX figures. NCS is gathering together all five toys and selling them in a complete set.

 TOYS Transformers Encore 20 Devastar - New Import

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Takara Tomy reissues Devastar for Transformers Encore 20 where the garish-green-colored robot is packaged in the form of six separate robots known as Constructicons as follows: Scrapper (Devastar's right leg), Mixmaster (left leg), Long Haul (lower body), Hook (upper body), Bonecrusher (left arm), and Scavenger (right arm). The robots ship in construction vehicle form but may be transformed into robots which stand upright and look boxy and similar to each other.

   In addition to the six robots, extra parts and accessories are included in the plastic tray that holds the toys securely inside the retail box. Decals to decorate the six robots and instructions to construct Devastar are also included inside the packaging. Due to the carton size of the Devastar toy, NCS recommends only shipping by UPS Ground within the United States. 

PSP Puyo Puyo 20th Anniversary - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Sega celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Puyo Puyo franchise with a new puzzle game which features a cast of 24 characters who have appeared in earlier Puyo games. Amitie, Klug, Draco, Witch, Raffine, and Ringo are only some of the characters making an appearance.

   The game's the same as previous Puyo Puyo puzzlers where globs of jelly fall from the top of the screen and must be arranged into groups of four. Once a Puyo quartet is formed, they pop and disappear from the screen. The new rendition features 7 old game modes that have been transplanted from Puyo Puyo Fever, Puyo Sun, Puyo Puyo Tsu, Deka Puyo Rush, and Chibi Puyo Fever as well as 8 new modes (4 Next Puyo, Active, Block, Cross Spinner, Chibi Puyo Excavation, Gust, Slot, and Quartet).

 MAG Weekly Famitsu Vol. 1202 - New Import

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» The December 29, 2011 issue of Weekly Famitsu includes coverage of the following games and events in the Japanese marketplace:
» Famitsu covers the launch of Monster Hunter 3G-tri and take snapshots of the sales queues, the actual sales, and the happy consumers with their copies of the latest Monster Hunter game. A game guide for MH3G-tri follows on page 25 all the way to page 61.
» Reviews for 3DS Inazuma Eleven Go: Dark/Shine (9/9/8/9), 3DS SD Gundam G Generation 3D (8/8/8/8), PSP Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2011 Ketteiban (9/9/8/9), PSP Mahou Shoujo Nanoha A's Portable: The Gears of Destiny (8/7/7/7), PSP Frontier Gate (8/8/8/8), PSP Sengoku Hime 3 ~Tenka o Kirisaku Hikari to Kage~ (6/6/5/5), PS3/X360 Musou Orochi 2 (9/8/8/9), PS3 Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2011 Ketteiban (9/9/8/8), and X360 Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga (7/7/7/7).
» Continuing coverage on Final Fantasy XIII-2 from pages 139-161.
» A 40-page Playstation Vita introductory booket is stapled to the centerfold of the magazine which checks out the hardware and launch software.
» Candy and crunchy snacks such as the Quattro strawberry-flavored cream cracker are featured in this week's PICK UP FOOD.