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Bravely Default: For the Sequel
A Spiritual Successor to Final FantasyUS$ 49.99
03. Sep, 2013 13:58 (HKT)
WEEKLY SPECIAL: Journey Collector's Edition, Lost Planet 3, DMC: Devil May Cry, Dynasty Warriors Next, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Way of the Samurai 4, and Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward!
Welcome to our Weekly Special! Every week we select a batch of games that you may have been waiting on; WHAT JOURNEY COLLECTOR'S EDITION MUST PLAY NOW!
Following the Weekly Specials tradition, there is no maximum number of purchase. Please bear in mind that you cannot use any further coupons along with this special offer.
PlayStation3™ Xbox360™ [Third Person Shooter]
Lost Planet 3 is a prequel to Capcom's infamous Lost Planet series; taking place before the original Lost Planet, uncover the concealed dangers frozen on E.D.N III as Jim Peyton, a man who is at the wrong place at the wrong time. Because Lost Planet 3 is placed in a prior timeframe, military mechas are replaced with fully customizable Rigs this time, which will prove invaluable in the face of the mysteries to come. Featuring an epic single player open-world campaign with various play-styles, every foray into this foreboding planet will keep you surviving for more.
|Lost Planet 3||Xbox360 (360)||US||US$ 27.99||24h|
|Lost Planet 3||PlayStation 3 (PS3)||US||US$ 35.99||24h|
Xbox360™ [Action Adventure]
A lot of gamers were skeptical about a reboot of such a beloved franchise but DMC deserves the praise they have received for keeping the fast paced combat the way we love it. Delve into Dante's early years as the gameplay becomes even more brutal than before. Top Capcom staff have taken special care that this series stays true to the roots while making excellent use of today's technology. Teaming up with UK's Ninja Theory the developers were able to create the narrative required to keep such an adrenaline filled game digestible. Be reimmersed into the DMC DNA, and see if Ninja Theory and Capcom were able to do justice to Devil May Cry.
|DMC: Devil May Cry||US||US$ 25.99||24h|
PS®Vita [Beat 'Em Up]
Exclusively for the Vita, Dynasty Warriors Next is a spin-off title that brings the same beat 'em up action that many Musou fans have been addicted to over the years. This portable version is packed with features native to this popular franchise with different game modes and all the characters from Dynasty Warriors 7. Return to the battlefields and take on the famous personae of heroes from the Chinese literary classic Romance of the Three Kingdoms; fight hordes of enemies and change the landscape in an active evolving battlefield!
|Dynasty Warriors Next||US||US$ 29.99||24h|
As the 8th game in Tekken series, this console version is the adaptation of an updated arcade release titled Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Unlimited; not only does this version address all the previous issues from the Japanese arcade edition, unlike the previous Tag Tournament title, this game has every character ever featured in the franchise. With 59 fighters to choose from, positive reviews from critics across the board, a refined tag system and balanced gameplay, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is definitely one of the most robust releases in Tekken history.
|Tekken Tag Tournament 2||US||US$ 21.90||24h|
Bushido, the warrior's code, a way of life, and the rules in which noble samurai live by is most likely the path gamers will not take in this unique series. Taking place in a fictional universe where the port city of Amihama is beset with political intrigue, players can create their own Samurai with full customization. Granted, while the plot and universe may seem to be serious fare, this game is anything but, as it features unprecedented gameplay modes from "nightcrawling" - where players can sneak into the rooms of NPCs and bed them - to "torture" - when caught for crimes, pay for them by torture by 3 beautiful, yet sadistic sisters. Who thought the way of the samurai would be so wacky?
|Way of the Samurai 4||EUR||N/A||sold|
PS®Vita [Visual Novel Adventure]
SPOILER FREE: Wake up in mysterious location with an equally mysterious girl with the no idea about anything except for an instinctual feeling of suspense, danger and urgency.
A direct sequel to the harrowing 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, this dark visual novel continues the theme of desperate choices, betrayal and the baser side of human nature. With 3D renders - a first for the series, unique puzzles, constant surprises and sinister plot twists, Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward is one of those games you have to play on a portable system #lightsoff #imsoscared
|Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward||US||US$ 29.99||24h|
PlayStation3™ [Art Adventure Game]
Would you believe that by playing one game with merely 2 hours of gameplay would wash away all the bad memories from previous titles that promised but never delivered? Journey is that game, and the community whom have tried it swear by how integral this game is with regards to context in the ever-changing world of video games.
As many games are inherently violent, Journey forgoes this formula to bring out the developer's intended reaction in gamers; how can a game bring strangers together and create an unforgettable bond based on a journey? Featuring the first video game OST nominated for a Grammy, Journey is definitely a highly recommended title. This Collector's Edition also includes the titles Flower & flOw, 3 exclusive mini-games, a 30 minute making-of documentary, and creator commentary for all three major titles.
|Journey Collector's Edition||US||US$ 20.99||1-2w|
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