yes im a spider yes i play video games
Photobomb of some of my game collection - noting that there is significantly more in storage. If you would like clearer photos of any part of this just ask - I am aware that some parts are not terribly clear but I don’t know how much anyone actually cares, haha.
Contained within : NES, GB, GBC, GBA, SNES, DS, Gamecube, Wii, N64, Turbografx 16, Super CD / PC Engine, the odd Genesis game, PSX, PS2, Dreamcast, Saturn, PC, Famicom, PS3, 360… too bad I have so much in storage. Oh well. Just have to get it back out soon.
Omg it’s Lunar
Sony’s PlayStation lounge.
A place to kick up your feet, have a beer, play some Twisted Metal or watch a movie. Very chillaxed B )
Its Iron Man night
So many imports, many of them I’ve never even heard of : o. Just a small fraction of their total stock.
Its always the wallet which suffers the most
“PAX East 2012 is going on right now, and this afternoon Hideo Kojima and Konami announced the next entry in the MGS series, titled “Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes”, and it’s only coming to the Playstation 3.
Kojima not only revealed the game, but made it clear that the game is not “Metal Gear Solid 5”, leaving the door for that game wide open. He said the game will release for Playstation 3, avoiding the move to the next generation consoles.
“Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes” will be a prologue for MGS5 says Kojima. The game will feature an open world, so much so that you can call in a helicopter to Snake you from mission to mission, everything will be wide open.
A neat feature of the helicopter is that it’ll play music when it comes to help you out, the footage shown off to PAX attendees had “Flight of the Valkyries” playing. Kojima noted that the louder the song is, the more the enemies will hear it.
The engine powering the game, the Fox Engine, is said to be scalable for next gen consoles, which means we could see a port of this game at a later date.”
The internet cannot handle epicness of that magnitude!
During the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary event that’s just started in Tokyo and will run throughout the weekend, Square Enix’s first major announcement was a massive collection of the thirteen main Final Fantasy installments. The Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box contains the following titles below. All are one disc unless otherwise stated.
- Final Fantasy, PSOne
- Final Fantasy II, PSOne
- Final Fantasy III, PSP
- Final Fantasy IV, PSOne
- Final Fantasy V, PSOne
- Final Fantasy VI, PSOne
- Final Fantasy VII International, PSOne (four discs)
- Final Fantasy VIII, PSOne (four discs)
- Final Fantasy IX, PSOne (four discs)
- Final Fantasy X, PS2
- Final Fantasy XI Vana’diel Collection 2, PS2
- Final Fantasy XII, PS2
- Final Fantasy XIII, PS3
Square Enix is also throwing in a number of bonus items:
- Special anniversary DVD
- Crystal ArtWorks (anniversary visual art collection)
- 2-disc anniversary music selection CD
- Final Fantasy XIV Mogu Mogu Earring item code
- Mini replica of Amano FF 25th Anniversary visual w/ stand
The box will be sold exclusively through Square Enix’s eShop for 35,000 yen ($446.90 US), and will release in Japan on December 18th. There has been no announcement for the collection outside Japan yet.