Friday, March 13, 2015

 PS4 Ryu ga Gotoku Zero: Chikai no Basho - New Import $78.90/each

   All preorders received as of 08:08AM EDT today will ship this afternoon. New orders are welcome to ship with our next shipment arriving in the middle of next week.

 Product Synopsis

    The environs of Kamurocho, the red-light district of Tokyo, twinkle once again in Sega's latest Ryu ga Gotoku game which has sold millions of copies since its inception on the Playstation 2 back in December of 2005. Ryu ga Gotoku Zero is a prequel which takes the story back to December 1988 when Kiryu Kazuma and Goro Majima were working their way up the ranks of the Yakuza fraternity. In two separate bids to amass wealth, the two men turn to gambling, cabarets, and other illicit means to make their dosh. 

 Product Specs
 Publisher: Sega
 JAN Code: 4974365823030 / PLJM-80042
 Official site:
 Compatibility: Playstation 4 (Region-Free)

Japan Title: 龍が如く0 誓いの場所
 Territory/Language: Japan

 PSV Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth - New Import $58.90/each

Product Synopsis
    When Takumi Aiba gets his hands on a Digimon Capture device, he journeys into cyberspace and meets up with Digimon named Terriermon, Palmon, and Hagurumon before exploring Cyberspace EDEN at large as a member of the Kuremi Detective Agency.
 Product Specs

 Publisher: Bandai Namco Games
 JAN Code: 4560467047162 / VLJS-00106

 Official Site:
Japan Title: デジモンストーリー サイバースルゥース
 Territory/Language: Japan

 TOY GA-KO Alarm Clock - Import Offer $129.90 each

NCS Product Synopsis
Original Update: August 15, 2008

«©NCSX» In the recent Metal Gear Solid 4 game, there's a scene where Naomi Hunter and Sunny Gurlukovich cook three sunny-side up eggs on a frying pan. The tender sequence is punctuated by a cooking timer in the shape of a no-nonsense duck. To get the cooking time for the eggs proper, Sunny sets the GA-KO Timer so that it'll shake and sing out "Gah-Gah" in a child's voice when the eggs are ready. Ducky is basically quacking in Japanese when it blurts out "Gah-Gah."

   Konami brings the GA-KO Timer home this summer but the company transitions the product into a more useful GA-KO Alarm Clock which tells time and gets you out of your slumber with insistent "singing" sounds. When the duck is mouthing off, its head will also shake from side to side as if it's saying "no" but he really means "yes." As in, "Yes, get up already and go to school/work/play." Note that the duck's wings are on its hips which means you better get up when the alarm sounds off.

   The product measurements are H:160mm x W:102mm x D:107mm and the clock runs on two AAA batteries and one AA battery. The two AAA batteries go into the exposed slots on the bottom of the clock while the AA battery goes into the center slot that is hidden by the removable plastic cover. The clock is constructed of ABS but the timepiece face cover is polycarbonate. The GA-KO Clock is limited to only 2000 units.
Japanese Title: ガーコアラームクロック