They are indeed required.
YouTube is that way 👉
2) Conventions. Often times local game stores will use conventions as a way to clear out their piles of boxes and manuals that are taking up space in their back rooms, but that are too hard to display on the floor to sell to regular customers.
3) Your local game stores. They likely will not have a section of…
I think it depends on the person. If you feel you need to set a budget to keep yourself in control of your finances, do it. But I wouldn’t tell someone they had to always stick to a budget because you might spend $0 one month and $500 the next month, if you were to, say, chance upon $3000 worth of games selling for…
Very interesting, I hadn’t even heard of that. Seems like only Nintendo UK had this up, and took it down quickly.
I got 93%, so there’s that.
Yes, turns out you can legit die even after that fake smackdown.
Ah, see, I used to be you. Cocoichi multiple times per trip. You should experiment around!
Hey, if you’ve tried the rest and Cocoichi is your favorite, who am I to stop you?
Yeah, there’s a lot of curry specialty places in Vegas now! I don’t think I’ve ever been able to eat at one of them.
It’s almost a completely different food. However, there are lots of very bad Japanese curries in America. You should go to a place that specializes in it, like Go Go Curry in New York City.
I am quite surprised to hear that somebody actually had one for sale at a US convention!
If you're curious as to what is inside the box... here you go. The gun, a projector that shines the ducks onto the wall, an extra lightbulb for the projector, and instructions. It's all in really nice cosmetic shape.
my sweet chunkin’ boy
Tomorrow, probably! Maybe Saturday.
No, I *jokingly* gave it a 7/10. We don't do review scores at Kotaku.
a katamari of totoro
I might just do a roundup at the end!
I asked. They’d never do it without permission, of course.