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On March 20th, Japanese gamers will be able to play Disgaea D2, the sequel NIS’s breakout tactical RPG. More enthusiastic and impatient fans of the series however, can watch this opening movie a week early, courtesy of the Playstation’s Japanese branch.
The opening song, “Cradle Over”, is performed by Voice actress Minori Chihara. The game will be arriving in the West later this year.
KINGDOM HEARTS SORA AND RIKU PLAY ARTS KAI FIGURES
From Square Enix Products Play Arts Kai product line come these four Kingdom Hearts collectible action figures from Kingdom Hearts 3D (Dream Drop Distance). Both Sora and Riku figures come in different outfits: one from the worlds submerged in sleep and one from The Grid digital world from TRON: Legacy.
Each figure includes a set of alternative hands, three keyblades and a stand for posing options. The regular Sora and Riku figures will run you $79.99 each, while the TRON inspired figures are only $69.99.
GAMING-INSPIRED HAND TOWELS
it “seams” the people at Seam Geeky have been busy since we posted about their diapers back in November. They have expanded their assortment to include gaming-themed hand towels.
While all the designs are impressive, the jewel of the collection has to be the “his” and “her” towels featuring Mario and Peach respectively.
Each towel is $10 and the Mario/Peach towels come together as a set for $20. You can purchase these, along with other designs, on Etsy.