Games Consoles Worldwide has released the Zero, their first retro-supportive, homebrew, and Indie software video game system. Featuring hardware carefully chosen for retro experiences, the Zero...
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
in PlayStation Vita
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, developed by Spike Chunsoft exclusively for the PlayStation Vita is an interactive visual novel in the same vein as the Nintendo DS title: Nine Hours, Nine Persons,...
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
in Nintendo 3DS
This game, as you can see, it was a critical hit on marketing. It sold millions of copies, bypassing Tomodachi Collection: New Life and others. It's the predecessor of Animal Crossing: City Folk
MT-card is the new 3DS Flashkit. This new one add a feature witch all gamer waiting: Multi-roms support ! As will see, it's not the only new feature, but there are some incoveniant too.
How will this...
Gateway has finally come out of the dark and came up with a reply... although it seems like they're still working on things. Seems they haven't dropped off the face of the earth, as some are claiming. Full statement below:
After problems/flaws with SSL encryption, Apple has finally updated OS X Mavericks from 10.9.1 to 10.9.2 via a software update. It is highly recommended for all users to update to latest version of OS X immediately. Update can be done via Apple's Mac App Store or via the links at the bottom of this post.
This doesn't bode well for those who have purchased download codes from other countries or imported a system and used local downloads. As stated in the article, if you are purchasing a download code online via a website such as eBay, make sure that the code is for the same region as your Xbox Live account.
I really wonder if Microsoft plans to reimburse everyone affected by this, or if some customers are going to be left high and dry.
Looks like the PSN store is having a sale on Vita/PS3 games for the Vita's Anniversary as well as a "Back to 2013" sale the same week. The list of games going on sale seems to be pretty nice, so take a look starting tomorrow and lasting until March 3rd.
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