Sunday, May 23, 2010

Friday, May 21, 2010

I got Trauma Team

Yay, it finally arrived. I own Trauma Center 1, 2, and New Blood, and I liked them despite the stupid alien viruses and the time limit. This game does it more like Phoenix Wright with more story involved with 6 different doctors. I heard the last Chapter of the game utilizes each characters talents. Gonna go play when I finish my dinner!

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies hitting NA July 11, EUR July 23

Character Customization, Cooperative Multiplayer Adventuring and an Epic Story Make for a One-of-a-Kind Nintendo DS Experience

REDMOND, Wash., May 19, 2010 - Launching in the United States on July 11, DRAGON QUEST® IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies™ for the Nintendo DS™ family of systems lets players enjoy an adventure that is entirely their own, yet can be shared with others anywhere, anytime. Developed by Square Enix Co., Ltd., this game has already become a phenomenon with players of all ages and backgrounds in Japan, with more than 4.2 million units sold.

Before setting off on their adventure, players can create their own heroes, deciding how they would like their face, hair and clothing to look. As the story unfolds, players become stronger, smarter and more powerful, and can customize companions who join their group. Players will have fun discovering more than 1,000 pieces of clothing, armor, weapons and other items that will provide them with a unique appearance and special abilities. Players can also change the class of their character at any time, choosing from a variety of vocations that will affect their abilities and strengths in the game.

In DRAGON QUEST IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies, players begin their adventure as a city guardian who is sent to retrieve a sacred tree's fruits, which have the power to grant wishes. Players travel the world, conquer fearsome monsters and unravel an epic storyline. During their journey, players will encounter mighty opponents in fast-paced battles, and also interact with a colorful cast of characters.

DRAGON QUEST IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies contains special modes that let players share their adventure with others, allowing up to four players to team up via a local wireless connection and experience the fun of tackling challenging monsters and dungeons cooperatively with their own characters. Players can even leave the game active in their backpacks, pockets or purses and still interact with other players via an interactive "Tag Mode." Information about players' characters can be wirelessly transmitted to others, and treasure maps and customized greetings can be exchanged automatically by players who come within range of one another when their games are set to Tag Mode.

Players looking to enjoy a variety of different game activities can take on special side quests. Some of these quests will be earned by progressing through the game, while additional quests will be made available for free download for players with broadband Internet access after the game launches, providing hours of additional content for virtual adventurers to enjoy either on their own or with friends. Some downloadable quests will continue the main storyline of the game, while others offer standalone missions.

"DRAGON QUEST IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies is one of the biggest games ever to hit Nintendo DS, with an incredible amount of content for every kind of player to enjoy," said Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. "This new game has all of the elements of an instant classic: customization options, a great story, and the ability to share a nearly limitless experience with friends."

For more information about DRAGON QUEST IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies, please visit

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Pokémon Black & White Starters/Characters/Details

There names are Tsutaja (ツタージャ), Pokabu (ポカブ) & Mijumaru (ミジュマル)

The characters appear to be the oldest looking that we have ever been offered to play as.
The region they reside in is called the Isshu Region (イッシュ).

Monday, May 10, 2010

I got Fragile Dreams & Bayonetta

They finally arrived. Originally I bought Fragile on Ebay on March 31st, and it never came. I filed a claim and got my money back almost a month later. Anyway, I ordered it again (May 3rd) and this time it arrived. I bought Bayonetta from as they were having a sale on it for $29.99. Gonna try and play both tonight ^_^

Photo Dojo is free on DSiWare from May 10th until June 10th. After that it will cost 200 Nintendo DSi Points. Go get it!

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Perler Bead Sprites

So, lately I've been making game sprites using perler beads (aka melty beads). You place them on a grid and run an iron over them until they melt together. It's pretty simple, but I spent like around $50 just buying the beads online (like $10 shipping ><). I didn't even buy any Red, Green, or Yellow colors so I can't make Pikachu or much.

I'm having a lot of fun making these. The concept may sound easy, but what takes the longest is putting them together on the boards. Someone at work wants to buy the Raccoon Mario one I made. I'm thinking about selling them on Ebay, but I need to get lots of beads and make a variety of sprites first.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

It's been a long while...

Hi! Remember me?

Well, I haven't posted on this blog in a long while. Sorry I've been sort of busy with my life. Sold my car, got another one, and already damaged it too. I've only been playing Pokémon SoulSilver since the day of release. I got Red Steel 2 from a trading site called Goozex, just won a copy of Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon on Ebay, and bought Bayonetta from

They are having a sale on certain 360/PS3 games Nier $44.99; Darksiders, Final Fantasy 13, Bayonetta, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, Alien vs Predator, and Metro 2033 are all $29.99 each.

Super Mario Galaxy 2 also comes out on May 23rd. is doing a $20 credit deal on your next purchase when you preorder the game from them, so be sure to hop on that. If you buy Trauma Team before May 18th you'll receive a $10 credit from them as well.

3D Dot Game Heroes also releases in a few days, May 11th on the PS3. It's an RPG that is very nostalgic of classic NES/SNES and other games from that era. You can even design your own characters to look like Link!

Sin & Punishment: Star Successor was pushed back in the US until June 27th from June 7th, because of the delay of Metroid Other M which has been pushed back to August 31st. The game is still set for release in Europe in just 3 days, May 7th.

Next month is E3, so we'll get to see the Nintendo 3DS, Zelda Wii, Vitality Sensor, and hopefully Golden Sun DS. I hope we see localization news of Zangeki no Reginleiv, the Hotel Dusk sequel, Xenoblade (Monado got a name change), The Last Story, Pokémon Ranger 3 and finally PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure.

Jam With The Band is finally being released after 5 years of being cancelled in the past, but only announced in Europe. Picross 3D came out today for the DS in the US.

XSEED Games is bringing over Prope's next game Ivy the Kiwi to the US for DS & Wii this Summer. It turns out hackers already discovered the game has an English version built in, but of course they had to hack to bring it out. Maybe that's why the turn around is so quick?

Also, Arc Rise Fantasia is being released on June 22nd in the US and Ignition is doing a terrible job on localization with the horrendous voice acting. I've heard this isn't the first time they've messed up.

So yeah that's all I can think of to report for news and my ranting and stuff. I also really love the iPhone, I bought a Pokédex app for it called AAAA Pokédex, yall should get it too!