Archive for January 29th, 2014

Wii Fit U Free Trial Reminder Press Release

Time is running out for free fitness. Jan. 31 is the last day for Wii U owners who also have a Wii Balance Board to take advantage of Nintendo’s free trial offer of  Wii Fit U. Anyone who downloads the trial of the game from the Nintendo eShop on or before Jan. 31 will get a full month to try out the game from the date that it’s first played.

Those who download the trial and want to keep using the software indefinitely can purchase a Fit Meter and sync it to the game. Fit Meter accessories are available at a suggested retail price of $19.99 each.

Other ways to purchase and play the game are as follows:

• The  Wii Fit U bundle, which includes the game, the Wii Balance Board accessory and Fit Meter accessory, is now available in stores at a suggested retail price of $89.99.

• People who already own a Wii Balance Board can purchase  Wii Fit U with a Fit Meter in stores at a suggested retail price of $49.99. Or (after Jan. 31) they can download the game, without the Fit Meter, from the Nintendo eShop for $29.99.

For more information about  Wii Fit U, visit  http://wiifitu.nintendo.com.

Source: GamesPress

Europe – Toki Tori PSN Bundle Press Release

Amsterdam, 29th of January 2013 –  Playlogic and Two Tribes have announced today that they have launched a special Toki Tori bundle on PlayStation®Network. The bundle includes the game’s iconic soundtrack and is temporarily priced at  €4.99.

Toki Tori has been hugely successful on a wide variety of platforms and Two Tribes has  recently confirmed that the game has already been  downloaded more than 1.8 million times. Toki Tori has been favourably reviewed by the gaming press and you can find a selection of quotes below:

(9/10) “Toki Tori is the definitive version of the platform puzzler, featuring hours and hours of content that will have players of any ability level spitting feathers in the best way possible.” - Push Square

(9/10) “Toki Tori is an absolutely brilliant puzzler with great graphics and even greater puzzles to solve.” - Gamer Limit

About Toki Tori
Toki Tori is a highly entertaining puzzle platformer like nothing you have seen before. Push your brain to the limit as you guide Toki Tori through 90+ challenging levels spread over 4 mysterious worlds – collecting eggs as you go. You are armed with an arsenal of different items and weapons including the infamous Telewarp, InstantRock and Slug Sucker! Combine these to solve each ingenious level – some easy, some brain-bendingly difficult!

Toki Tori has been enhanced in many ways creating a new experience for PlayStation®3 owners. Playlogic has recreated the game for PlayStation®3 in cooperation with Two Tribes and implemented extra content, Move Controller and 3D support.

Toki Tori’s key features are:
·         Addictive puzzle platform game
·         More than 90 levels spread over 4 large worlds
·         New game mode, exclusive for PlayStation®3
·         A wide variety of items and weapons
·         For all ages – accessible and hard levels available
·         Dozens of hours of gameplay
·         Gorgeous HD graphics
·         Catchy music and sound effects
·         Playable with PlayStation®Move controller or regular wireless controller
·         Stereoscopic 3D support

To learn more about Toki Tori, please visit the official website:  http://playlogicgames.com/toki-tori. For the latest news and gossip you can also visit us on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/playlogicgames or listen to Playlogic’s tweets:  https://twitter.com/PlaylogicGames

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Source: GamesPress

Random Game Facts – Final Fantasy VII On SNES?

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Source: Did You Know Gaming & Final Fantasy Wiki

Site Update – January 29th, 2014

Hello All,

Sorry about the lack of updates lately. I recently got back into WoW  and have been playing that a lot. I’ve also been quite busy at my day job and I’ve just been trying to relax in the evening. I also had some computer issues recently to sort through as well. But I am going to try to do better about posting more. Still in the evenings for now. Hopefully I’ll be able to resume daytime posting sometime soon-ish. Thanks for your patience & understanding and for reading.

-GameSaga