30. Jun, 2015 12:01 (HKT)

WEEKLY SPECIAL: Dark Souls II: SotFS, Final Fantasy Explorers, Theatrhythm DQ, Attack on Titan & More!

Welcome to our Weekly Special! Every week we feature a selection of video game titles for less so you can play without all the pay! We have a great mix of both genres and platforms for you to choose from, so jump right in!

Following the Weekly Specials tradition, there is no maximum number of purchase. Please bear in mind that you cannot use any further coupons or free shipping with our Weekly Special offers.


PlayStation®4 XBox ONE[Action]

With updated graphics and lighting akin to that of the pre-retail demo build and new upgraded online features, this version can be considered to be the 'real' version of Dark Souls II

For those who have already taken the scenic route to Dragelic since the much lauded 2014 release of the original Dark Souls II, they'll be pleased to know that this definitive version brings forth a lot of new content making the trip back worthwhile. For those who have not #PREPARETODIE yet, gather round the bonfire, and get ready for a tale like no other.

In Dark Souls II: Scholars of the First Sin, included with the game are all 3 DLCs from the Lost Crown Trilogy: Crown of the Sunken King, Crown of the Old Iron King, Crown Of The Ivory King, all highly rated and retain sprawling labyrinth levels of imminent demise highly reminiscent of Miyazaki's (lead dev of the Souls series) level design.

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First SinPlayStation 4US sold
Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First SinXbox OneUS US$ 59.991w


Nintendo 3DS™ [Action RPG]

Final Fantasy Explorers is a quest-driven action RPG with many elements similar to Final Fantasy Chronicles (GameCube) and the Monster Hunter franchise. The premise of the game is that the titular Explorers are hunting the world for crystals, the source of life and civilization, which are guarded by fearsome beasts and summons from the Final Fantasy franchise.

The title makes use of the classic Job system, familiar to nearly any RPG player, with these jobs currently confirmed: Beastmaster, Machinist, Dragoon, Dark Knight, Ninja, Paladin, Hunter, White Mage, and Time Mage.

Players don't choose their job immediately, in the beginning your character will be a 'Freelancer' who will be able to collect materials and create gear, but won't be specialized in any one thing. 

Final Fantasy Explorers will have both singleplayer and multiplayer modes, where the multiplayer will be up to 4 player co-op with both online and local capabilities. Communication between players will be possible through the use of preset text phrases.

As one of the first games to utilize the extra buttons on the New Nintendo 3DS players will be able to control the camera using the C-stick while the ZL button is for monster lock-on and the ZR button is for summon monster lock-on.

Final Fantasy ExplorersNintendo 3DSJPN US$ 57.991-5d


Nintendo 3DS™ [Rhythm]

Dragon Quest gets the Theatrhythm treatment and features more than 60 songs selected from Dragon Quest I to X, all composed by Koichi Sugiyama! There are three game modes that players can dive into: challenge mode, music-play and Casino. While songs can be unlocked in challenge mode, playable characters are unlocked via the Casino.

There are many similarities between Theatrythm Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest but also quite a few differences (outside of the obvious). An example of this is that battle songs in Theatrhythm Dragon Quest have notes coming from top to bottom, rather than from left to right like they did in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy.

Theatrhythm DQ opens itself to more RPG elements as well, increasing the fun for those who want to strategize and focus on their party and skill selection a bit more. Clearing a song and a boss can rely on two different things, e.g. execution of the song and your character specs. 

Overall Theatrythm checks all the nostalgia boxes while doing justice to the the bright and vibrant world of DQ!

Theatrhythm Dragon QuestNintendo 3DSJPN US$ 24.991w


Nintendo 3DS™ [Action]

The most popular anime/manga of 2013 finally gets its own game for the Nintendo 3DS - fitting as the main means of traversal and attack is based on the high speed 3D Mobility Gear of the franchise. For those unfamiliar with the story and setting of Shingeki no Kyojin, it is a tale that follows the remnants of humanity fighting for survival inside walled cities against mysterious titans, whose sole motive seems to be the destruction of mankind.

In the title players will join and follow the scouting squad - brave men and women who stand as the thin barricade against imminent onslaught - as they engage in a extended battle with the titans, surely to be full of tragedy and death.

The Attack on Titan 3DS title includes internet cooperative play, new stages, new missions, new modes, over 20 voices for both new characters and characters that already appeared in the original version, new Titans, additional weapons, additional costumes, and more.

Shingeki no Kyojin: Jinrui Saigo no TsubasaNintendo 3DSJPN US$ 49.991-2w


Nintendo 3DS™ [Puzzle]

Funassyi vs Dragons is a puzzle/matching game with simple and straightforward gamplay recently released by japanese gaming company Rocket Company! 

The title has players assist Funassyi, the pear mascot of the Japanese city of Funabashi, through his adventures and battles which use the match-3 puzzle mechanics to guide Funassyi's strikes based on which, and how many, tiles you clear.

On the lower screen, players will see and manipulate the available puzzle pieces, while the upper screen will show Funassyi's battles, through which you'll advance by clearing the lower screen puzzles. To clear a stage you'll need to defeat all the on-screen enemies - the more pieces you clear at once the stronger and more animated his attacks become, see if you can chain them together for an ultimate move!

Nashijiru Busha!! Funassyi VS DragonsNintendo 3DSJPN US$ 19.991-5d


PlayStation®Vita [2D Platform]

Discover, or rediscover, the magical universe and legendary 2D gameplay that captured the hearts of millions of fans: Rayman Origins!

When the Glade of Dreams is overrun by "nefurrious" Darktoons, the Fairy Council hastily invokes protagonist Rayman to save the day; but the hero of light isn't quite all there...

To help him, Rayman teams up with his best friend, Globox, and two crafty wizards, the Teensies. Together, the world's most hilarious team of heroes will need to restore peace to the Glade or watch as their beloved home vanishes like a bad dream.

Rayman Origins takes over platforming with a rich artstyle and over 100 characters and 6 unique worlds, including over 60 levels of 2D platforming gameplay.

Rayman: OriginsPlayStation VitaUS US$ 24.991-2w


PlayStation®3 [FPS/RPG]

Borderlands 2 is a hugely popular action-RPG-first person shooter - awarded such VGA's as Best Shooter and Best Multiplayer in 2012. Borderlands is so hugely popular because it successfully combines the intuitive reward systems of action role playing games and the frantic-paced shooting combat of first person shooters to create the ultimate adventure, which is only helped by the whacky characters and gorgeous cel-shading art style.

Complete the main campaign along with numerous side-quests as one of the vault hunters on the planet Pandora. Online collaborative play (up to 4 players) and character progression molds this game into an ageless RPG, meanwhile keeping traditional first person shooter elements alive.

Gain experience through missions and killing enemies, level up, and spend skill points to customize your character's skillsets - as well as collect a nearly endless variety of guns and weapons.

Borderlands 2PlayStation 3US US$ 19.991w

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