I spent this past week trying to catch up on playing some other games to review, but I did get back into Pokemon just long enough to witness one of the most profound scenes in any of the games to date: AZ’s tale. Continue reading…
November 15, 2013
Right now you can get a $5 credit towards digital games and DLC if you pick up one of these PS3 titles. I’m disappointed they didn’t include any Vita titles on that list, but you can put that credit towards some of the newly available Vita titles like Divekick, Pinball Heroes: Complete, and Hotline Miami. The big picture here is that now that downloadable Vita games are available on Amazon, we can expect more aggressive deals and promotions like like this one.
A lot of 3DS titles have joined the list this week, including Mario and Luigi: Dream Team, Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl, and the Nintendo 3DS XL itself (in 4 color schemes no less). Continue reading…
November 14, 2013
My weekly Trainer Chronicles have been doing quite well, and I’m happy to see so much feedback and conversations kicked off by it. So, I wanted to give the same formula of telling the story of my experience, rather than just a game review, with other appropriate titles. So here I bring you my life in Rune Factory 4! Continue reading…
November 10, 2013
We’re also trying something new with the format this week and I’ve broken the show into two halves: Side A with the news and random chit-chat, and Side B with just the main discussion topic. Let us know if you like it this way, or prefer the regular way.
November 10, 2013
Here is the main discussion half of the podcast on Budget Gaming.
November 7, 2013
This week sees the dramatic debut of Dragon’s Crown in the deals list at $30 – a solid price, and one that probably won’t drop again for another few months. We also see the reappearance of Paper Mario: Sticker Star at $20, while Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy continues its steady downward spiral, coming in at $18 with the sequel still far down the line.
Also from Square-Enix, Final Fantasy 5 has dropped down to $11 on the App Store, replacing their previous deal on Final Fantasy III. I still think Square charges too much for their mobile games, but FFV is one of the best classic JRPGs: a good story, classic gameplay, and a great job system kept me interested when I first played this on GBA.
Though not a deal yet, Amazon has recently added the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL to their store (previously, it was only available through 3rd party vendors). So we might start seeing some sales on the consoles in the near future. I’ll keep an eye out! Continue reading…