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Review: Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon
by Michael Camacho [ Friday, 9th of April 2010 - 09:22 PM ]
Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon, developed by Namco and localized by XSeed Games, is an interesting game. I felt like I was playing an anime with many Japanese RPG elements infused within. Fragile Dreams is about a young boy named Seto, who is on a quest to find others in the world after nearly everyone has disappeared. After coming in contact with a young girl named Ren, she runs off and he is on a quest to find her and hopefully others. Early on in his journey he finds a Personal Frame Unit that is a talking backpack, and helps guide Seto through many of his trials and tribulations. Read More...
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NIS America Bringing Persona Anime To North America
by Michael Camacho [ Tuesday, 23rd of February 2010 - 07:26 PM ]
NIS America has long been known for bringing over Japanese RPGs and niche titles to the U.S. Not just content with being a videogame publisher here in America, they announced back on February 11th that they will be expanding to include the publishing of anime. Most notably though is the announcement of Persona -Trinity Soul-. Persona -Trinity Soul- is an anime TV series is based on the Shin Megami Tensai: Persona RPG series created by Atlus. It is the sequel to Persona 3 and takes place approximately ten years after the events of the game. Read More...
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Aggrocast Episode Fifty: One Moe Time
by Michael Camacho [ Thursday, 19th of November 2009 - 03:17 AM ]
The crew is here and celebrating their 50th episode. To kick off the celebration the right way, we brought back Michael's old co-host, Moepower (Shannon). We started off the episode perfectly as Shannon revealed her 360 just RRODed as we began the show. We then go ahead and check out what we've been playing, to include Dragon Age, Torchlight, New Super Mario Brothers and a lengthy discussion on Modern Warfare 2. Bargain Binh brings us a PlayStation 3 exclusive for just under $25, Brian takes on the DL, highlighting Nintendo's recent decision to release WiiWare demos, and Michael brings Korean Horror to Netflix Pix. Shannon divulges her own Netflix Pix, bringing an anime classic to the table. Read More...
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Aggrocast Ep 35: Dude, You're Getting Adelle
by Michael Camacho [ Monday, 20th of July 2009 - 12:32 PM ]
The Aggrocast episode 35 is now live and available for download. Michael, Brian and Binh are more than happy to welcome Adelle on board as our special guest for this episode. Adelle hails from Gametopius.com and their own podcast, Gametopia, and is also a model at Charisma +2. We discuss Michael's recent weekend at Otakon 2009 in Baltimore, MD, revealing just how much of an Otaku he really is and how he managed to survive the Otaku Funk. We also discuss what we've been playing (BlazBlue, Kuros, Bioshock and more), our bargain bin selections, and a look at the upcoming convention scene for the remainder of the year. You can find more of Adelle at Gametopius or Charisma +2. Read More...
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Japanese PSP Game Shocks Otaku
by Michael Camacho [ Thursday, 7th of May 2009 - 10:15 PM ]
Japanese PSP game, Toradora! Portable, a visual novel game based on the anime Toradora!, has managed to shock and please numerous otaku. Sankaku Complex reported earlier that when one completes Taiga's Scenario in game to 100% completion, you are greeted with a rather surprise ending. Fans come to the realization that Taiga is in fact pregnant with Ryuji's child. There are other scenarios available to complete with two other characters, Ami and Minorin, but no word on how they end as of yet. Toradora! Read More...
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Suzumiya Haruhi no Gekidou Gets New Trailer
by Michael Camacho [ Tuesday, 30th of December 2008 - 09:15 PM ]
Suzumiya Haruhi no Gekidou, an upcoming japanese title on the Nintendo Wii, has released its latest trailer featuring Aya Hirano. The game features a dancing mode, which Aya shows off in this trailer, and the moves you make with the Wiimote simulate those of the actual dancing. For those who may not know, the game is based off of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and Aya Hirano is the actual voice actress of Haruhi in Japan. The dance featured is also from hare Hare Yukai, which is the ending theme for the anime. The game is currently set for release in Japan, January 22nd 2009. Read More...
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[NDS Review] Time Hollow
by Michael Camacho [ Monday, 8th of December 2008 - 03:00 AM ]
Time Hollow is a point and click adventure game from Konami for the Nintendo DS written by Junko Kawano of Shadow of Destiny and Suikoden IV fame. The story is about a young high school kid named Ethan Kairos. He lives with his mom and dad, until one night he has a horrible nightmare. During the nightmare, his mom and dad are trapped in a fire, and escape through a portal. After awaking from the dream, he finds that his parents have been missing for twelve years and he now lives with his uncle. His pet cat, Sox, shows up with a pen tied to his neck, and Ethan learns that the pen has the ability to alter time. Read More...
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Valkyria Chronicles Already Set For Anime Adaptation
by Michael Camacho [ Thursday, 13th of November 2008 - 08:58 PM ]
Playstation 3 Strategy Action RPG, Valkyria Chronicles, is currently being adapted for an anime series due out in April of 2009. It is being produced by A-1 Pictures, who recently worked on Persona - Trinity Soul and Kannagi.  We do not know if it will follow the same animation style as the game, mixing 2D/3D, but it is highly unlikely it will completely imitate it. The last game from Sega development team, Overworks, to be adapted into an anime was Sakura Wars, which was met with much acclaim from fans. Valkyria Chronicles is set in a fictional Europe of the 1930s, located in the war ravaged country of Gallia, and the game recently saw a stateside release this past Novemeber 4th. Read More...
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To LOVE[Ru] DS & PSP Game Covers Released And More
by Michael Camacho [ Monday, 2nd of June 2008 - 09:10 PM ]
Late last week Dengeki announced that the Official Site for the To LOVE[Ru] games was revealed. Along with it, the covers of both games have debuted as well as release dates.  The DS version, entitled "To LOVE[Ru] Forest School Compilation" will be released first and will be using the Stylus and Touch Screen in a similar manner as the Doki Doki Majo Shinpan! titles.  Basically, you will be rubbing the girls in their injured areas to heal them. Read More...
Tags: psp, ds, japan, anime, import, to, love, ru,
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Ikki Tousen EF Coming to Japanese PSPs This Fall
by Michael Camacho [ Tuesday, 27th of May 2008 - 06:34 PM ]
This Fall, October 2nd 2008 to be exact, anime and manga fans of Ikki Tousen (Battle Vixens in the U.S.) can beat-'em-up on the go.  Ikki Tousen: Eloquent Fist, or EF, for short will make it's debut on the Sony PSP as a side scrolling 2D Action/Beat-'Em-Up game.  The anime best known as fan service due to it's featuring of girls battling out in dresses and short skirts, as well as featuring many ecchi moments such as clothing being literally ripped to shreds and gratuitous panty shots. The game will feature animation sequences reproduced from the CD and look very well done on the PSP's small screen.  And yes, just like in the anime and manga series, the game features a Costume Destruction System, so as more damage is taken, the less clothes the character will have. Read More...
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