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7 Card Games screenshots

Posted on 9 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in DS, News | 0 comments releases 7 Card Games on Nintendo DSiWare launches 7 Card Games as its first title on Nintendo DSiWare™. Thrilling with Texas and Omaha Hold’em Poker, Blackjack, Hearts, Freecell plus Klondike Deal 1 and Deal3, the collection contains all of the most popular card games in Northern American territory.

Who has the best hand? Take a seat, have a drink and get started: Keep a straight face during poker while you wager the bluff of your life! Put it all on one hit in Black Jack – and take the jackpot! You choose the number of opponents. Prefer something quieter? Then try a Solitaire game like Freecell or Klondike. Whether you prefer a quick round here and there or fun for the entire evening – now you always have your favorite card games right at your fingertips! Top-notch graphics, realistic sound effects and smooth Jazz Lounge Music provide real casino feeling to go!

A fan has created a 120 x 109 cm Mega Man mosaic which possesses roughly 1,500 screenshots from the first six games in the series. Shots were captured during playthroughs and feature all levels from Mega Man 1 – 6. In addition, the artist worked on a gallery that contains Mega Man boxes/cartridges from every region. You can check out a description of the art below as well as a bunch of pictures.

“so let me explain really quick: you all know those mosaic pictures composed of hundreds or thousands of little pictures. well this is one made out of ~1’500 mega man screenshots. they’re not completely random, however, they’re taken from playthroughs of mega man 1 – 6 (one screenshot taken every x seconds). every stage is in there, from every classic nes mega man game.

the idea was to have one screenshot for every pixel of the mega man sprite and then have the sprite surrounded by the remaining screenshots.

now, in theory there shouldn’t be any duplicates, i took just the right amount of screenshots – however, what you see here is actually a composite of several different mosaics and there’s been a LOT of manual editing too, a lot of photoshop work etc. it’s possible that several of the tiles show up twice or even three times. but the majority of the tiles are unique, even the ones that look very similar. took me several weeks to finish the whole thing.

i also made a little gallery with all the boxes and cartridges of all the games from every region (at the very bottom).

and there’s what you could call a little easter egg in there (for my own convenience really : P ): two rows of screenshots at the bottom (surrounded by a black outline) that show all the weaknesses of robot masters, wily castle bosses and wily machines. all of those screenshots were edited by hand (and it took fucking FOREVER). you’ll see it in the detail shots.

the whole thing was printed on canvas and mounted on a wooden frame. full size: 120 x 109 cm (that’s about 4 ft tall).”

Thanks to Romero for the news tip!


This information comes from Senior Manager of Community Seth Killian, who shared the following information on the Capcom-Unity message boards…

“As far as announcements in general go, keep your eyes peeled for news from our upcoming ‘Captivate’ event, where we usually have some interesting stuff to reveal…”

This news isn’t very surprising since Capcom always has some announcements to share at Captivate. Last year, the company showed off Spyborgs’ new look, announced the localization for Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, and featured Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. I’m sure there will be a number of goodies this year as well.

According to Anime News Network, the first Professor Layton movie will see a western release this year. Manga Entertainment plans to have the movie ready for DVD and Blue-ray sometime in September. It’s possible that Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva will receive a name change and it is not yet known if voices will be redubbed. Also, it should be noted that Manga Entertainment is a British company, so it isn’t entirely clear if the anime will become available in North America.

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Sengoku Basara 3 scan

Posted on 9 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Wii | 0 comments

– Character whose name might be Seneka is in the trailer
– Senka discovered a battle machine, sees it’s broken
– Senka wants to learn about the secrets behind the power of Monado (a sword)
– Man speaks to Senka who has been researching Monado
– Anyone can activate Monado, but controlling it is an issue
– Inn scene: Hiyoru (girl) brings food to the man, says she will feed him but also says things have changed since the last year, the man feels pain and drops the spoon, regrets that he can’t hold Monado due to his pain
– Outdoor scene: Hiyoru and Seneka converse, sit on a bech, Hiyoru notes that the wind feels good, Seneka surprised that it’s peaceful where they are, Hiyoru wants peaceful days to continue
– Siren sounds, Seneka says it’s a “Falling Object Alert”, defenses shoot at the falling objects
– Seneka and Hiyoru are located on Kyoshin (one of the two gods), things seem to be falling from the god a lot and that’s why there are alarms/defense


Metal Max 3 scan

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The Last Airbender Game Invites Fans to Relive the Film’s Epic Adventures From the Perspective of Prince Zuko

AGOURA HILLS, Calif. – April 7, 2010 – THQ Inc. (NASDAQ: THQI) today announced plans to bring The Last Airbender video game exclusively to the Wii™ system and Nintendo DS™/Nintendo DSi™ systems in June 2010. Inspired by Nickelodeon Movies and Paramount Pictures highly anticipated summer blockbuster live-action theatrical film, directed by M. Night Shyamalan, The Last Airbender video game will deliver all-new unique features that bring to life the film’s thrilling action and immerse players in the world of bending.

“The Last Airbender video game boasts original gameplay elements that create an experience never previously seen before on the Wii system,” said Doug Clemmer, Executive Vice President of THQ’s Kids, Family & Casual Games. “The artistic in-game graphics and dynamic combat were designed to fully engage players, while providing an exhilarating and interactive gaming moment.”