Just zooming in to say that on this Thursday, the 6th of August, the website Teextile will be offering an awesome Pokemon themed shirt for a discounted price of $12. While the design itself is certainty worth any Pokemaniac's attention, the nostalgia levels are going sky high, since now you can choose between a Red or Blue based shirt. While the shirt will remain available through the remainder of the week, I urge all on the edge of this purchase to simply succumb before the price climbs back of to the standard $15. Gotta wear 'em all!
In Japan, an iPhone version of Resident Evil 4: Biohazard was abruptly released into the app store before being pulled off completely. Fortunately for us, the Japanese website AppBank was able to snag a copy for a picture shoot.
The new game appears to use the same engine utilized in the already released Resident Evil: Degeneration, which plays as a 3rd person 3D survival shooter. Degeneration ranks highly among fans of the platform, so Biohazrd is certainly something to watch for.
Whether this release was a leak or not, it is definitely something to look forward to. When the game will be permanently released in Japan or any other international store is still unknown, so keep your eyes open and enjoy the pictures.
Let's face it, out of all the long and repetitive Pokémon games, Gold and Silver are still the best. They represent a real sequel that actually remembers the world you just ran through in Red and Blue instead of focusing on just one area. But now that Nintendo has decided to cash in with a remake of everyone's favorite poaching simulator, what are they adding that makes me really want to buy this game again?
The answer is a smorgasbord of those lovable little legendary critters. Remember how much like a pimp you felt when you caught that sparkling' red Gyarados? Well now you can feel that way all over again. Also included are Lugia and Ho-Oh from the originals, which you can expect to find at the ripe level of 45.
Now to push this game in to further stardom, you can also get your greedy mitts all over the 3 legendary dogs featured in the original, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, and Jirachi from the 3rd generation, and Palkia, Dialga, Giratina, and Arceus from the 4th.
Whew! Now that's either a lot of gibberish or a lot of awesomeness. You decide for yourself and head on over to the official Japanese website for more pictures and information. The game is set to release in Japan on September 12th this year.