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PSP – 30,475
PS3 – 23,846
Wii – 14,972
DSi LL – 11,555
DSi – 9,954

Xbox 360 – 2,282
PS2 – 1,897
DS Lite – 1,056
PSP go 136

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week.

PSP – 34,648
PS3 – 25,149
Wii – 19,448
DSi LL – 11,891
DSi – 9,611

Xbox 360 – 3,513
PS2 – 1,938
DS Lite – 1,059
PSP go – 280

– Collect character figures
– Use the figures for 3D photo shots
– Set up figures against a background
– Use virtual camera to make 3D photos
– Photos are saved to an album
– Over 1,000 figure variations
– Figures have differences in poses, clothing
– Figures are very detailed
– Make precise on-the-spot adjustments when taking a photo
– Move the camera around
– Rotate the figure with the d-pad
– Change focus point with the analogue slider
– Zoom in and out with X and Y
– Toggle the camera finder display
– Take a photo with R
– See your photos in the 3D Photo Album
– Date and photographer information can be accessed from the album
– Delete any photo
– Latest roster lineup: Brad Wong, Gen Fu, Jann Lee, Lei Fang, Tina, Eliot, La Mariposa and Kokoro
– Latest stage lineup: Bio Lab, Hall and Helipad stages, Metroid Other M ti-up stage


1. [DS] Ace Attorney Investigations 2
2. [PSP] Macross Triangle Frontier
3. [PSP] White Knight Chronicles: Episode Portable – Dogma Wars
4. [PSP] Monster Hunter Portable 3rd
5. [DS] Dragon Ball Z Kai
6. [PSP] Kenka Banchou 5: Otoko no Housoku
7. [Wii] The Last Story
8. [PSP] Valkyria Chronicles 3
9. [Wii] Donkey Kong Country Returns
10. [PS3] Dragon Age: Origins

Tales of the Abyss details

Posted on 8 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News | 0 comments

– Characters/backgrounds/other art elements haven’t been changed much from the PS2 version
– Improved load times
– All character voices intact
– Game is based off the PS2’s US version
– Some new elements
– Team is being careful not to add in too much
– Will have the same feel of play control as the PS2 version more or less
– Events are wide screen
– 3D battles


Inazuma Eleven 4 scan

Posted on 8 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News | 0 comments

Inazuma Eleven 4 will be known as Inazuma Eleven Go, according to the latest CoroCoro.

You’re probably wondering why you should care about this game. As you can see below, WayForward is actually developing the title. Think of it as a Mighty Flip Champs sequel of sorts.


Are you ready to pulse some planets and soar through space? With a pocket full of planet candy and a heart full of ennui, green-skinned cutie-pie Luna needs your help to accomplish her secret mission! Prepare for fever-pitched puzzles in another mighty game from WayForward!

Luna uses her magical staff to create and destroy planets on a whim. Explode vicious space monsters, avoid sizzling electric barriers, and grab all the delicious planet candy you can. But watch out for the T-Rex, Luna’s arch-nemesis! His laser eyes are matched only by the awkwardness of his and Luna’s sketchy past.

This information comes from High Voltage’s Matt Corso…

“In some ways, it’s even more powerful than the Wii. The amount of power dedicated to the small screen opens a lot of possibilities, and the shading and texture ability is superior.”

This information comes from High Voltage’s Keith Hladik…

“…From our internal testing we have been incredibly surprised at what the little system can do. From a strictly visual point-of-view, it is impressive. We are able to pull off many advanced lighting and texture techniques much more easily than on the Wii. That doesn’t mean that there isn’t a cost to doing them, only that they can be done more easily. We do have 3DS kits, we are working on a number of different ideas, and we are definitely excited about what this system means to the industry.”

We know that High Voltage is working on a shooter for the 3DS – which will most likely end up as a Conduit game. I’m sure the company will have other projects to unveil in the future as well.