Gamestop drew a lot of flak last week when they received additional shipments of the ultra-rare and highly sought after Xenoblade: Chronicles and decided to charge $90 for it, but they say that they’re simply charging the market value for the product.
Batman has saved the people of Gotham hundreds of times, but apparently he isn’t willing to show any mercy to my bank account: today WB Games announced that their upcoming Arkham Asylum prequel will be getting a special limited edition that’s packed with bonus material.
Project Phoenix, the crowdfunded Japanese RPG that’s being developed by former members of the Final Fantasy, Valkyria Chronicles, and L.A. Noire development teams, has managed to more than double its original fundraising goal of $100,000 in less than a day.
Sony will be hosting a two week long sale on Japanese developed Vita games starting tomorrow, so you’ll be able to get your fill of panty shots and badly dubbed cut-scenes without having to empty your wallet.
The Wii U has been selling about as well as used toilet paper, but Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata thinks that the system’s problem isn’t its price, but its software line-up.
Kids and man-children everywhere spent the weekend speculating about how Pokemon X and Y’s new “Mega Evolutions” would work, and thanks to a new trailer released by Nintendo, now we know.
Good news: Monolith Soft’s excellent open world Wii RPG Xenoblade Chronicles appears to have been reprinted. Bad news: the game is still a Gamestop exclusive in America, and Gamestop is price-gouging the crap out of the rare title.
If you’re thinking about buying a PS Vita, you might want to wait another week or two — according to a supposedly leaked Target ad, the system is set to be discounted to $199 later this month.