It's not every day that you can get a bunch of good deals on a cool games, and that day has come if you're the type to buy things on PlayStation platforms. Both versions of Atlus' excellent Dragon's Crown are free to members ...
Celebrate the launch of the Terra Battle Download Starter campaign by following them on Twitter to receive 5 Energy to get a jumpstart once the game launches. Developed by the legendary Final Fantasy creator, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Terra Battle launches in October..
I know a lot of folks loved Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne. I know a fair few who think it's the best MegaTen game of all time, and it was Nocturne's unique look and balls-hard difficulty that helped pave the way for Atlus' eventual rise to power.
But me? I hated it. Just out of high school, my body wasn't ready to recognize its greatness. Now I'll have a chance to try again, since Atlus put it out on PS2 classics, like, 2 days ago for a mere $9.99.
April 29 is the beginning of Golden Week, a series of holiday over the course of several days that's been converted into a sort of national spring break. In order to celebrate it this year, Sony is discounting a ton of Japanese games on PSN through May 5. Ranging from action games to role-playing games, the sale significantly drops the price of these games, some of them going for less than half of their original prices.
Here are some of the highlights from the list of games on sale:
Chrono Trigger & Chrono Cross (PS3/PS4/Vita/PSP) for $4.99, or $3.49 with PS+
Devil May Cry HD Collection (PS3) for $14.99, or $8.99 with PS+
Metal Gear Solid HD Collection (PS3) for $19.99, or $11.99 with PS+
Muramasa Rebirth (Vita) for $12.49, or $7.49 with PS+
Persona 4 Golden (Vita) for $19.49, or $14.62 with PS+
Tales of Symphonia Chronicles (PS3) for $19.99, or $10.00 with PS+
Zone of the Enders HD Collection (PS3) for $17.49, or $10.49 with PS+
.You can bet that'll be snapping up a couple of these games come pay-day. Anybody else going to splurge on any of these titles?
The list is a mix of PS3 and PS Vita games, with a few PS1 and PS2 classics thrown in like the Crash Bandicoot and Spyro series. Also notable are all four of Telltale Games' pre-The Walking Dead adventure series, including Sam and Max, Back to the Future, Tales of Monkey Island, and Jurassic Park. Check out the full list of games and their discount prices below.
But if you're gonna get one thing for under a dollar, make it Tokyo Jungle. Sony's post-humanity saga of animals large and small just trying to make it in Tokyo is unlike almost everything else out there, and also has a Pomeranian you can put in sneakers.
The sale lasts from now until Monday, April 21st at 1900 Pacific, so you have until then to get Tokyo Jungle - if you don't have it already.
Hark, what is that sound? That's the sound of money not flooding out of your wallet. It's a sound that comes with sales, like the one currently going on at the RightStuf. The retailer's current big sale features titles from Maiden Japan, Section 23 Films, Sentai Filmworks, basically anything that used have something to do with ADV. Titles are being sold at 40 percent off MSRP. Highlights include Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water Complete Collection on Blu-ray for $59.99, The Familiar of Zero Season One on Blu-ray for $35.99, Another Complete on Blu-ray for $41.99 and a ton more. The sale ends March 7, 2014.
Man, these are some pretty solid prices. A bunch of the pre-orders are significantly less than Amazon, which usually has the best prices for BDs. Even if you have Amazon Prime, the prices for a lot of these titles will be cheaper. If you've been holding off on getting stuff from any of the included companies, I say dive in now!
Take advantage of a sale on digital manga being offered by VIZ Media's all-ages imprint Perfect Square, running now until February 28th. Titles such as Hello Kitty: Delicious! (reviewed), Uglydoll: Eat Dat!, and all of their Pokémon books are discounted. Some volumes are brought down by just US$1 from the already reduced digital price, while others are marked all the way down to US$1.99.
If you've been meaning to try any of the awesome books that Perfect Square offer, now's a great time to grab a few. Don't let the "all-ages" rating fool you into thinking you're above enjoying them: VIZ Media have some truly fantastic, talented, and experienced artists, writers, and others working on their PS titles.
If you're big on boys love, or just feel the occasional urge to stock up on some yaoi, Viz Media has got you covered. Their specialized Yaoi-centric manga imprint, SuBLime -- oh, the BL is capitalized... I see what they did there -- is celebrating their second anniversary and have partnered with the popular online retailer Right Stuf to offer everyone 50% off select bundles for a limited time. The list only extends to certain print editions, and includes titles such as Awkward Silence, His Favorite, Punch Up!, select works from Yaya Sakuragi, and more. Click here for a full list.
The 50% off extends only to the bundled packages, however individual print editions of each of these series are available for just $6.76, each. That's actually 48% off the MSRP, so you're still getting a pretty good deal if you'd rather pick and choose. Just keep in mind that all these titles are rated 'M' for mature, and probably for good reason. To call some of the content questionable would be putting it mildly.
Viz Media have announced that from now through January 15th, all of the manga titles purchasable at Viz Manga (or on the VIZ Manga app) are 20% off. This includes such titles as Naruto and One Piece, Hana Kimi, Magi, Honey and Clover, Ouran High School Host Club, Boys Over Flowers, Nana, Ruroni Kenshin, and Toriko.
For those who are a few volumes behind, or in other cases, well-stocked except for a few missing teeth on your shelf, this is a nice sale to get all caught up. The store boasts over 2,000 volumes of manga in total, and there's sure to be something for everyone. If nothing else, maybe this is a great opportunity to get that one friend or family member to try starting a new series.
Briefly: here's a great Nintendo 3DS deal you should jump on ASAP! Best Buy has the excellent Fire Emblem: Awakening for only $14.99 on their online shop. As of this writing, their online stock has sold out, but you can still nab it via in-store pickup! Even Best Buy's pre-owned price isn't this good ($24.99). Of course, you can get it digitally too, but the sale price doesn't apply there.
Fire Emblem: Awakening is definitely one of the best strategy games on the 3DS (although I never had the time to finish it), plus I love the art for it -- especially that cover. It's such a cool, striking design. If you want to own that design, you should act quick!
Any Fire Emblem fans out there? Prior to trying Awakening, the most I could say about my relation to the series was that I liked to play as Marth in Smash Bros. Oops.
It's still Black Friday weekend, and with Cyber Monday right around the corner, there's plenty of savings to go around. While most consumers have kept their eyes glued to Amazon's amazing lightning deals, I've been digging around looking for the best deals on some of our favorite anime. It just so happens that Amazon is currently selling many of the Studio Ghibli titles, both DVDs and some Blu-rays, for nearly half off.
Some of the more popular titles listed include favorites like Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, Princess Mononoke, Ponyo, and so on. It's a pretty big list and while you might already own a fair amount of these films yourselves, many of these titles would make awesome gifts for family or friends. In fact, I finally have a niece I'm buying for this year, and I can't really think of a better way to introduce her to anime. Any of these, and I'm pretty sure she'll be a fan for life.
Crunchyroll is currently holding their Black Friday sale, once again knocking an impressive 50% off their one-year subscription plans. For the rest of the weekend an all access membership, which grants access to their vast library of anime, manga and Korean dramas, will only cost you $69.99 and comes with $15 worth of credit to be used at their online store. If you'd rather just subscribe for the anime, it's just $49.99 for the year.
Some of you will note that the price has gone up since last year's Black Friday sale, but the increase can likely be attributed to the addition of digital manga. Whether or not their current selection truly warrants the additional fee is certainly debatable. Still, if you're not huge on manga to begin with, the savings being offered are considerable enough. Unfortunately, as has been the case for the past month, you can't gift memberships through the site. As it stands, the only way to really do that at this point would be to purchase a gift card through Amazon, and unlike the official site, those remain full price.
It's less than a day and a half until Black Friday, the shopping day that will likely break you. Sure you'll save a couple of bucks, but you'll likely get pushed and shoved and, in some cases, engage in fisticuffs over a cheap electronic item.
FUNimation is joining in on the shopping festivities, according to a blog post on their website. Starting at 9am on Friday, you'll be able to get a bunch of sweet deals, like:
One Piece Collection 1-8 for $139.92 with code STRAWHAT